Selangor Journal

MBSA Car Free Day: Every second Sunday of the month

SHAH ALAM, JAN 13: Shah Alam community will implement car free days, every second Sunday of the month.
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) Corporate and Public Relations Departmental Head said this is to ensure effective implementation of the programme, which is fully supported by the State Government
He said this programme partly an effort towards making Shah Alam a low-carbon city by 2030.
“We want to produce a Shah Alam population who live a healthy lifestyle by reducing the use of private cars that emit carbon monoxide gas.
“Throughout the programme, the public is only allowed to use bicycles, skate-boards, hover-boards, scooter-blades and walk around the city,” he said.
The Car Free Day, which is a pioneer programme, will be launched on January 22 at Dataran Kemerdekaan with various interesting activities.
These include cycling and walking events, MBSA combo stage show, aerobics, buskers and brass band performances.
Shahrin said MBSA also provide bicycle and roller-blade rental services to attract public participation.
“Shah Alam community will also have the opportunity to buy food at food trucks, athletic gears and attires, green products (Green Eco Product), compost fertilisers and decorative floral and fruit plants,” he said.

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