Traffic building up on major highways as 3-day weekend draws to a close

  • Nation
  • Monday, 02 May 2016

Traffic is congested from Changkat Jering to Kuala Kangsar, after the Kuala Kangsar to Sungai Perak Rest area and Menora Tunnel to Ipoh.

PETALING JAYA: Traffic on the North-South Expressway is building up Monday as Malaysians return home after a three-day weekend.

Plus Traffic reported that traffic was congested from Changkat Jering to Kuala Kangsar, the Menora tunnel heading towards Jelapang, and Sungkai to the Slim River as of 12pm Monday.

Traffic is also slow from Simpang Pulai to the Simpang Pulai rest area, Gopeng to Bidor, Port Dickson to Seremban, Machap to Ayer Hitam, Simpang Ampat to Hentian Pedas Linggi.

Meanwhile, traffic is unusually congested in Cameron Highlands at Tanah Rata to Brinchang with an expected delay of an hour, according to Astro Radio Traffic.

According to Star Traffic, major highways in the Klang Valley, namely the LDP, NKVE, SPRINT, ELITE, Kerinchi Link and Federal Highway are still under control.

Traffic on the Johor causeway is reported to be clear in both directions between Malaysia and Singapore.

The public can obtain the latest traffic information via the toll-free Plusline (Tel: 1-800 88 0000) or Star Traffic at (Tel: 03-7725 1133) or via their Twitter feeds at and

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