According to Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), traffic offenders have yet to settle a total of 2.5 million compound traffic notices issued as of May 31.

In a report by Bernama, DBKL Corporate Planning Department director Fadzilah Abd Rashid said those with outstanding compounds should pay up to avoid being brought to court and blacklisted.

“Members of the public are urged to take advantage of the discount period announced at the end of last year by Kuala Lumpur mayor Tan Sri Mhd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz,” she said. Earlier this year, DBKL extended its discount period from February 28 to the end of June, giving motorists more time to settle their outstanding compounds at discounted rates. The discount of RM20 for motorcyclists, RM30 for offences involving cars and RM50 for heavy vehicles are for each notice issued.

Fadzilah said payments can be made at DBKL payment counters, branch offices, payment kiosks set up at DBKL Tower 1 and Tower 3, the Seputeh branch and at the Desa Rejang People’s Housing Project. The public can also make payments at the post office, via online using MyEG or the mobile app ‘DBKL Mobis’ that is available for iOS and Android.