Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Free ‘balik kampung’ as Putrajaya lifts toll on highways

Toll will be lifted on the North-South and East Coast Expressways while discounts will be given on other major highways at a total cost of RM77.11 million to the government and concessionaires.

Restructuring of more highway concessionaires in the pipeline, says works minister

Fadillah Yusof says the government welcomes private companies to take over highway concessionaires for this purpose.

Toll rates on 4 highways to remain unchanged as govt approves restructuring plans

This is expected to save the government at least RM4.3 billion in toll subsidies.

No toll for 7 days at Johor-Singapore border

This is to facilitate the movement of traffic with the reopening of the Malaysia-Singapore land border beginning April 1.

Monopoly behind teething problems in RFID push?

An economist suggests allowing more e-wallet operators to offer their services in order to maintain competition.

Motorists must be given options for toll payments, PM says on RFID

He says road users must be given the freedom to use RFID, Touch 'n Go or SmartTAG.

Govt looking to phase out Touch ‘n Go, SmartTAG by end-2023

The works ministry is targeting 60% RFID usage by end-2022.

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