Road Blocks

I will refrain from commenting on the electoral reformation rally that will be held in my country on 9th July 2011 cuz I don’t see a point in doing so. I would feel like barking to a mountain. Complaining about the Malaysian government is not worth my time, and doing so will only make my blood boil.

Anyway, I’m not here to vent about trivial issues like that. I have better things to do. I’m just here to inform you folks about the road closure in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow. I think it would be really helpful if you intend to travel or drive around in KL for whatever reason tomorrow.

Road closures from midnight, Friday, 8th July 2011:
Lebuh Ampang, KLCC, Bank Negara, Sogo, Chow Kit, Menara Sultan Ismail, Masjid Negara, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Ipoh, Sentul, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Jalan P.Ramlee, Jalan Bandar (Jalan Tun HS Lee), Subang Jaya (USJ – in front of Summit/Segi College), Sunway Pyramid, Subang Parade, Federal Highway, LDP, KL-Seremban Highway.

Road blocks – starting 3.00pm Friday, 8th July 2011:
Bukit Angkasapuri, Astro, Jalan Bangsar, Batu 3 Jalan Cheras (Pudu Ulu), Jalan Klang Lama, Segambut Tambahan, Jalan Galloway, Bukit Pantai, Brickfields, Sentul Raya, Steysen Cubada (Sentul), Menara KL (Jalan Puncak), Jalan Raja Chulan (Bukit Mahkamah), Bukit Jalil.

From tonight midnight 0000hrs till Sunday 2200hrs as below:
External areas will be road blocked as follows:-

1) Putrajaya-KL

2) Kajang toll-Bangi

3) Jalan Enggang to AU2&AU3

4) Damansara-Kayu Ara / Penchala

5) After Bukit Jelutong/Shah Alam to Kampung Subang

7) Subang Airport road

8) Jalan Hj Sirat to Taman Sri Pekan

9) Klang

10) Monash University road

11) Cyberjaya

12) Jalan Kampung Pandan – KL

13) Rawang Tol

14) Sg Bakau

15) Templer Park

16) Balai Serendah

17) Jalan Ipoh Bt 3

18) Jalan Kuching
Kuala Lumpur areas as follows:-

1) Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin

2) Jalan Lembah Perdana

3) Jalan Chenderasari

4) The area surrounding Masjid Negara.

5) Dataran Merdeka and surrounding area.

6) Central Market.

7) Masjid Jamek

8) Dataran DBKL

9) SOGO’s yard/lawn

10) Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru

11) Jalan Kinabalu

12) Lebuhraya Mahameru

13) Jalan Tun Ismail

14) Jalan Tun Razak

15) Jalan Pahang

16) Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz.

17) Jalan Datuk Abdul Malek

18) Jalan Raja Uda

19) Jalan Kuching

20) Jalan Sultan Ismail

21) Jalan Raja Laut

22) Jalan Seri Amar

23) Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman.

24) Jalan Haji Taib

25) Jalan Raja Muda Musa

26) Jalan Raja Bot

27) Jalan Raja Abdullah

28) Jalan Dang Wangi

29) Jalan Munshi Abdullah

30) Jalan Gereja

31) Jalan Raja Chulan

32) Jalan Tun Perak

33) Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Loke

34) Jalan sultan Mohamed

35) Jalan Syed Putra

36) Jalan Istana

37) Jalan Bukit Petaling

38) Jalan Bellamy

39) The area surrounding Istana Negara

Cleffairy: Taking the sinful world as it is, and not how I want it to be.

17 comments

  1. suituapui says:

    I only pray things will not get blown out of proportions. When people are so emotionally charged, the slightest provocation may lead to the whole thing going out of control and the consequences may be tragic, to put it mildly. Just pray that nothing of the sort will happen… I hear many students will be there – too young too vote and those who are all enough are not even registered to do so… Here’s a comment I came across: “Ya Allah ni….kena try jugak ler….paling teruk pun kena gas….dah beli topeng dah…ni Malaysia ni..kalo nak tembak2 kat jalan sumpah Allah jahanam tanah Malaysia ni”

    • Cleffairy says:

      Sigh…I will refrain from commenting regarding this sensitive issue. 🙁 All these things…. are making people’s life difficult onli, and I’m sick to the stomach about this…menyampah on both sides… both gov and the Bersih supporters. All I want is one nice Saturday wif my family, and yet, it will go to waste cuz we can’t really go anywhere cuz of those damn roadbloacks and stuff. Tsk tsk tsk. Menyusahkan orang aje.

      • Cleffairy says:

        If they are voters, then I will keep my mouth shut… but most of them are not voters… and yet shouting for clean election? TSK! Just joining the fun, I guess.

  2. lena says:

    hi, just hopped over from claire’s blog. Congrats on your novel!me too do not want to comment much about the above but just pray that everyone gathers peacefully..

    • Cleffairy says:

      Yes… we can hope and pray… too bad that freedom of speech and opinion these days comes with a price. Bersih made me wonder whatever happened to the federal constitution where citizens are allowed to gather peacefully. 🙁

  3. MRC says:

    Hahaha most people advised to stay at home or not to use car due to roadblocks & YES all these nonsense politicking by quarters concerned just add to many existing woes in life

  4. suituapui says:

    I saw the photos and the videos…all Malays leh…and I wonder why the women cover up their faces like their criminals or bad people? Not all wearing yellow some more – quite a disappointment…not like the Thailand one.

    • Cleffairy says:

      No idea… to me, if they rally peacefully to have their opinions heard or hand over memorandum, it is acceptable..but most are just there to ‘join in the fun’ and dun even know what they are truly rallying for.

  5. Twilight Man says:

    I just got back from Thailand today and my wife kept pestering me to allow her to mogok next time! She is mad at the whole politics now. How to calm her down like you?

    • Cleffairy says:

      Easy… let her blog about it and she’ll calm down when she’s sick of ranting about the whole Malaysian politics. ROFLOL. I started off a political blogger… and got soooooo fucking sick of it that I couldn’t give a damn right now if they’re to tell me who and who is fucking who doggy style in the goddamn parliament building!

  6. Alice Law says:

    My husband treaveled by frm Kuala Lipis on Friday night, it took him 6 hrs plus to reach home!!!(usually 2 hrs only)>_<

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