PLUS goes big on RFID mode

KUALA LUMPUR: Toll transactions using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for private light vehicles (Class 1) will be implemented on the North-South Expressway route from the Juru toll plaza in Penang to the Skudai toll plaza in Johor from 10pm tomorrow.

PLUS in a statement said at least one RFID lane would be provided at all 83 toll plazas along the 657.5km route.

“Currently, there are about 1.5 million highway users who have already used RFID Touch ‘n Go on most other highways, especially in the Klang Valley,” the concessionaire said, according to Bernama.

RFID Touch ‘n Go stickers are on sale for RM35 at authorised RFID installation centres nationwide as well as online, it added.

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