Traffic lights closure

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MIRI: A temporary closure of traffic lights at the Airport Junction, Jalan Miri-Airport will take place today (June 29) from 8am to 3pm.

The Public Works Department (JKR) said the temporary closer was to facilitate works at the site.

It advised motorists to be careful while driving through or using the route.

“JKR Miri will inform when there are any changes regarding the date, time or area of works carried out.

“Any enquiry or complaints can be directed to JKR Miri office at 085-442 244 during office hours,” the department said in a statement.

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