Following at the moment’s announcement by the Malaysian authorities that free passage shall be given to freeway customers throughout the nation for two days along side Deepavali which falls on November 12, PLUS Malaysia has issued an announcement that freeway customers on the PLUS freeway community and the East Coast Expressway 2 (LPT2) will take pleasure in toll-free journey in that point.
PLUS Malaysia needs to remind freeway customers that whereas toll fare is not going to be deducted on this interval, toll entry and exit strategies nonetheless apply for journey recording functions. As an illustration, these utilizing the Contact ‘n Go card or the SmartTag system will nonetheless have to faucet their playing cards or have the system prepared in place when passing via toll plazas, nonetheless no toll fare shall be deducted, PLUS Malaysia reiterates.
Customers of Contact ‘n Go playing cards are additionally reminded to test the standing of their Contact ‘n Go playing cards, to make sure clean passage, so as to not be held up at toll plazas within the occasion they use a deactivated or expired card.
The identical applies for the RFID technique of transit. For freeway customers utilizing the RFID technique, they are going to be required to enter and exit the highways utilizing the RFID lanes, and as with the Contact ‘n Go card and SmartTag strategies, RFID customers may have no toll fare deducted from their Contact ‘n Go eWallets.
Freeway customers throughout this era are additionally suggested to observe the 2023 Deepavali journey time advisory, which has various freeway journey begin instances relying on area.
Toll-free journey for freeway customers will take impact from 12:01am, Saturday, November 11 till 11:59pm, Sunday, November 12, PLUS Malaysia has introduced, in keeping with the announcement by public works minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi at the moment.
The toll exemption will apply to all toll plazas throughout the nation, apart from toll plazas at nationwide borders, that are the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) toll plaza and the Tanjung Kupang (Second Hyperlink) toll plaza in Johor.
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