MALACCA: The state government of Malaya studies at least once a month the implementation of the & # 39; Carless Day & # 39; in certain congested areas to reduce the number of vehicles during peak hours.
Malacca Chief Minister Adly Zahari said the initiative was aimed at reducing traffic congestion and encouraging more people to walk, cycle or opt for public transportation as an alternative, thus reducing the rate of carbon monoxide emissions in the state. reduced.
"This effort can indirectly promote a healthy lifestyle, especially by cycling, and allows the public, especially tourists, to enjoy the beauty of historic places in the state.
" However, we will consider different aspects before it becomes reality. becomes, not for companies and the parties involved, because the most important thing is to attract more tourists by offering facilities that are more inclusive, "he told Bernama on the Dutch Heritage Malaysia & # 39; cycling program on Jonker Walk, Bandar Hilir, here today.
The Dutch ambassador to Malaysia, Karin Mossenlechner, was also present.
Earlier, he and Karin spent some time with the government administration. up and more than 200 participants, including Dutch people participated in the cycling program, which started in the Stadhuys Museum and ended here at Jalan Gereja.
Adly said he welcomed the program e that was aimed at promoting Dutch culture in Malacca, as well as love for the environment.
"At the same time, we also promoted our culture, such as bike tours where they were decorated with flowers and equipped with music for the Dutch, especially for those who wanted to visit historic places in Bandar Hilir," he added. – Bernama