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Stop promoting illegal motorcycle modifications 

Sep 11, 2019


Bukit Aman's traffic arm has warned all social media users and even celebrities to stop bragging about their bike modifications online or face action. 

The cops are trying to crack down on the Mat Rempit culture.

Separately, Negeri Sembilan police are still tracking down a group of kids seen doing superman stunts on their bicycles along the Kajang-Seremban highway on the weekend. 

The 10 kids, as young as 9-years-old, were caught on video.

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Selangor starts monitoring haze-related illnesses

The Selangor government has started daily monitoring of haze-related illnesses as the air quality in the state deteriorates. 

Johan Setia in Klang is suffering the most, with the bad air blamed on illegal farmers and foreigners who carry out open burning. 

Rompin in Pahang is the only area in the country with very unhealthy air quality. 

Other areas with unhealthy air are Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Balik Pulau in Penang, Seri Manjung in Perak, Tangkak in Johor, as well as Sri Aman, Samarahan and Kuching in Sarawak. 

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MOT hopes to expand travel passes

The Transport Minister is pressing the Finance Ministry for more allocations for the My50 and My100 unlimited monthly travel passes in Budget 2020. 

The passes are only available in the Klang Valley and Penang right now, and Anthony Loke hopes to introduce them to more locations. 


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