Come early 2021, motorists travelling from the southern region of Malaysia can expect to enjoy a smoother driving…
From 1 April 2020, PLUS Malaysia will finally accept RFID payment at all its 83 closed toll systems…
The government has called for PLUS to reduce its toll charges by 18%, starting from as early as…
RFID payment is currently only available at 10 PLUS open-system toll plazas.
The Malaysian Highway Authority has announced the implementation of RFID toll collection at 62 open-system toll plazas, involving a total of 24 highways in the effort.
From next year onwards, motorists on the PLUS expressways will be able to use their bank account, credit card, or debit card to pay for tolls via RFID.
Malaysians will no longer be able to top up their TNG cards at PLUS toll plaza exit lanes from 5 November onwards.
Enjoy up to 33% in toll fare discounts across 23 highways on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri this year.
The RFID pilot programme will be extended due to problems detected in the system.
The government is in discussions with Gamuda Bhd to abolish tolls for four main highways and introduce a new charging system.