Reserved parking bays stay, says DBKL

Shaira Idris
Written by Shaira Idris

KUALA LUMPUR — (March 5, 2018): The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is not doing away with reserved parking bays.

Premise owners can still apply for these reserved bays, said a spokesman.

This came to light after The Mole was informed by a business operator in Taman Tun Dr Ismail that he had to surrender his two reserved bays to DBKL with a refund.

He concluded that DBKL was doing away with leasing out parking bays to premise owners.

The DBKL spokesman dismissed this, saying that there was no change.

“The monthly-paid parking spaces are only valid on weekdays and during operation hours, which last until 7pm. After that, these spaces are free to the public.”

He, however, stated that parking reservations are strictly not allowed on weekends and public holidays. 

He further suggested that any change faced by business or premised operators with regards to their reserved bays may be due to issues on their end such as failure to abide by the conditions.



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Shaira Idris

Shaira Idris

Shaira is a 20-something accidental journalist who's currently still adapting to the world of journalism and learning the ropes of her job.