Penang Bridge

20% discount on toll at Penang Bridge – but only for those with RFID tag

Though affected by the MCO having suspended business activities for a long period, the private sector (with assistance from the government) is trying to also help the rakyat in these difficult times. Household incomes have diminished with some family members losing jobs or having pay cuts or for those who have their own small businesses, […]

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RFID

RFID implementation on PLUS Closed System highways postponed

The completion date of the introduction of RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) system for paying charges electronically at all remaining PLUS toll plazas has been postponed. Following implementation on its Open System highways in January, the concessionaire had been carrying out testing and progressive work with the aim of having the remaining 83 PLUS and 10 LPT2 […]

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RFID

Touch ‘n Go to stop giving RFID tag for free after February 14 2020

The RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) initiative for electronic toll payment started off as a pilot programme 18 months ago. During the period, to encourage motorists to adopt the RFID tag, Touch ‘n Go (the company managing the system), offered it for free. One million motorists have taken up the offer, having the tiny tag with an […]

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Toll plaza

10 PLUS toll plazas ready to accept payments via Touch ‘n Go’s RFID tag from Wednesday

PLUS is ready to accept toll payments using Touch ‘n Go’s RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) system from this Wednesday, January 1, 2020. However, the electronic transaction will only be available at its toll plazas which have an Open System. These are for highways where a fixed rate is paid instead of the Closed System which […]

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2020 RFID

62 highways (including Penang Bridges and 2nd Link) to accept RFID payments from January 1, 2020

If you have a RFID tag on your vehicle, you’ll be pleased to know that from January 1, 2020, all 62 open-system toll plazas will have lanes to allow you to motor through without stopping. The move has become possible possibly because PLUS agreed to adopt the RFID system by Touch ’n Go to support […]

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PLUS and TnG

PLUS to accept TnG RFID system on its highways, also addressing reload issues

CIMB Group Holdings Berhad and PLUS Malaysia Berhad have announced that they have recently come to an agreement to provide additional payment options to users of PLUS expressways across the country. These enhanced toll payment services will be facilitated by Touch n’ Go Sdn Bhd (52% owned by CIMB) through the TnG RFID (Radio Frequency […]

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