PLUS expects spike in traffic volume this weekend


KUALA LUMPUR: PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) is urging motorists to plan their journey ahead in anticipation of higher traffic volume following a long weekend in Selangor.

In a statement yesterday, its managing director Datuk Azman Ismail said that apart from the long weekend for Selangor due to the Sultan of Selangor’s birthday, this weekend also marked their first major travel window following the lifting of inter-state travel restrictions announced last Saturday.He said that preparations were underway to accommodate more highway users, and PLUS was taking all necessary precautions to ensure safety of all users as well as their comfort and convenience, including at the rest and service areas.

“I would like to appeal to all motorists to support PLUS’ efforts in ensuring compliance with all health and safety procedures throughout their journey by wearing face masks, maintaining physical distancing and practising good personal hygiene.

“In order to promote safe physical distancing, we also recommend our customers to pre-order food and drinks using the PLUS mobile application, ” he said.

Azman also reminded motorists to ensure there is sufficient balance in their Touch ‘N Go cards and e-Wallets to minimise disruptions. — Bernama

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