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Govt considering metered parking system in Brickfields

The federal territories ministry is also considering a plan to limit parking to one or two hours.

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The federal territories ministry is looking at introducing a metered parking system in Brickfields to address parking problems and traffic congestion.

Deputy minister Santhara Kumar said it also planned to limit parking to one or two hours to make it easier for people to visit the area.

“We find that many people take the opportunity to park their cars for free here, and then take the LRT to go to work or other places until late hours, leaving those who come to purchase goods facing some difficulty in finding vacant parking bays,” he said.

Speaking to reporters after visiting the area, Santhara said the Kuala Lumpur City Hall would also issue more compounds and tow cars to reduce traffic congestion in Brickfields.

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