Three roads closed this Sunday for car-free programme
By:News Desk
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KUCHING: Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg, Jalan Pearl and Jalan Barrack here will be closed to vehicles on Sunday (March 6) from 6am to 10am for the Kuching Car Free Morning programme.

The Kuching City North Commission (DBKU) in a statement on Thursday (March 3) said the programme’s goal was to minimise carbon emissions and traffic congestions.

“It also aims to promote a healthy and green lifestyle; raise environmental awareness as well as provide opportunity for individuals to engage and participate in activities.

“Road users are advised to comply with the signs provided.

“Full cooperation of all road users is greatly appreciated.”

For enquiries, the public can contact DBKU head of security Khalid Sulong at 082-495 048.

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