Penang and Kuantan folk can enjoy My30 unlimited travel pass from Jan 1

KUALA LUMPUR: After being widely used in the Klang Valley and Selangor, the My30 unlimited travel pass has been expanded to include Rapid Penang and Rapid Kuantan bus networks starting Jan 1.

Prasarana said the My30 Mutiara pass was for bus services in Penang and Seberang Prai while the My30 Lestari pass was for bus services covering Kuantan, Pekan and the surrounding areas.

“With the introduction of these two unlimited travel passes, Prasarana hopes to help people cut down on daily transportation expenses and encourage more people to use these two bus services, ” it said in a statement yesterday.

It said the My30 Mutiara pass at RM30 per month was exclusive to locals and the bus service could be used several times a day, though it did not include travelling by Penang ferry.

“Using the same concept, locals can use the Rapid Kuantan bus service several times a day by spending RM30 a month on the My30 Lestari pass, ” the statement said, adding that both passes must maintain a minimum balance of RM5 for registration.

Prasarana said a fee of RM5 would be charged for registration for first-time purchases with an additional RM5 for the card, making the total first-time purchase RM40, after which consumers only spend RM30 to repurchase. — Bernama

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