Imaginenation: just drive, don't worry about how to pay that toll


So many ways to pay, so much confusion ... Malaysia needs a central authority to implement a single system that can be used to pay tolls as well as for parking and public transportation. — SHAARI CHEMAT/The Star

When is “free” not actually free? When it’s the “Multi-Lane Free Flow” (MLFF) toll collection system in Malaysia, according to Works Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi. He recently suggested that the system should no longer be called “Multi-Lane Free Flow” but instead be named “Multi-Lane Fast Flow” to avoid confusion among users.

“Can we just change the words ‘free flow’? he said recently. “Because I do not want the users to think it’s free!”

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