Is PLUS really RFID-ready? Most motorists would think not.

On the night of Saturday, January 15, 2022, officials of PLUS gathered to await the first vehicles that would pass through the toll plaza using the RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) method of electronic toll payment (ETP). The ETP ‘system of the future’ had started its pilot run in 2018 and was already in use in […]

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From Touch ‘n Go to SmartTAG to RFID – is it necessary?

From January 15, 2022, PLUS will have at least one lane at its toll plazas from Juru in the north to Skudai in Johor using the RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) system for collecting toll charges electronically. RFID is not new and has been known to Malaysian motorists since 2018, with early implementation on PLUS highways starting […]

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PLUS headquarters selected as Integrated Public Vaccination Centre

Getting as much of the population vaccinated to help reduce the severity of COVID-19 infection is a priority. The effort is being carried out by the government as well as the private sector, which is providing areas to set up vaccination centres. One such company is PLUS Malaysia Berhad which has established an Integrated Public […]

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No dining-in at highway R&Rs but you can pre-order to minimize interaction

Various versions of the Movement Control Order (MCO) are in effect with interstate and interdistrict travel being forbidden unless permission is given by the police. As there will still be many people permitted to travel long distances on highways, PLUS is ensuring that their needs are met safely when they are at the rest and […]

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Federal Court upholds ruling on liability of logistic company to settle unpaid toll charges for use of PLUS highways

Vehicles travelling on PLUS highways (as well as the highways of other concessionaires round the country) are required to pay toll charges. But it appears that there are some drivers of commercial vehicles who have somehow managed to get away with not paying the charges, and PLUS has taken their employer to court to claim […]

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All food courts at PLUS R&Rs open for business (dine-in as well)

PLUS Malaysia Berhad has reopened its food court dining areas at all its rest and service areas (R&Rs), including the two overhead bridge restaurants and lay-bys along PLUS-operated highways as well as the Lebuhraya Pantai Timur 2 (LPT2). This follows the government’s announcement effective February 10, 2021. While interstate travel is not permitted and inter-district […]

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Closure/contra-flow on KL-Seremban Highway for 8 days

During major construction of infrastructure projects around the country, some of the work may cross highways and this may require adjustment to traffic movements for safety and reduction of inconvenience. This is the case on the North-South Expressway (also referred to as KL-Seremban Highway) between Sungai Besi Toll Plaza and the UPM Interchange in Selangor […]

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PLUS highway services and facilities remain open in accordance with SOPs

Although inter-state and inter-district travel has been stopped with the new Movement Control Order (MCO) in selected states (from  January 13 until January 26 2021), PLUS Malaysia Berhad is maintaining its services and facilities as before, while adhering to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). “The PLUS highways are critical linkages of the nation and PLUS is […]

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For those who are travelling outstation in the coming days

If you have travel plans for this upcoming long weekend, or on your way back home after your final break for 2020, PLUS has some tips on the best times to start so you get a smooth journey. Its Travel Time Advisory (TTA), based on data from other festive periods, focuses on traffic distribution and […]

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