More than 20k people register for RapidKL's unlimited passes


  • Nation
  • Monday, 31 Dec 2018

About 2.8 million people have experienced the improved service of the new 37 KTM and 35 LRT trains, 470 new RapidKL buses and the free service of GoKL buses.

PETALING JAYA: Over 20,000 people have registered for RapidKL's unlimited travel passes.

RapidKL's passes, with two options of My100 and My50, have been getting a lot of attention since it was launched by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on Dec 1.

"We are expecting more people to sign up for either one of the packages," RapidKL said in a statement.

It added that the passes can be used from today (Dec 31) onwards, especially for those heading towards Kuala Lumpur to usher in the New Year.

"This would enable commuters to travel with ease and at the same time, save," it added.

The My100 pass allows commuters to access unlimited rides for 30 days on all forms of RapidKL rail and road transport, including MRT, LRT, monorail, BRT Sunway, RapidKL buses and MRT feeder buses, for RM100.

The My50 pass can enjoy unlimited rides for a period of 30 days on all RapidKL buses and MRT feeder buses, not including BRT, around Klang Valley, for RM50.

RapidKL also noted that the government, in efforts to encourage the use of public transportation, have gotten 10 athletes to support the campaign, including Datuk Nicol David, Syakilla Salni Jefry Krishnan, Syadatul Afifah Badrul Hawidi, Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, Goh Liu Ying, and para-athlete Mohamad Redzuan Mohamad Puzi. 
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