Heavy traffic on major highways as school holidays, long weekend begin

PETALING JAYA: Traffic congestion has been reported along the North-South Expressway and Kuala Lumpur Karak Expressway as school holidays began on Saturday (June 4).

The Malaysian Highway Authority in a Tweet on Saturday (June 4) said along the North-South Highway, heavy traffic was reported heading south from the Juru rest area to the Juru Toll Plaza as well as from Bukit Tambun heading toward Jawi.

Traffic is also heavy heading north from the Gunung Semanggol rest area to Alor Pongsu all the way to Bandar Baharu.

Heavy traffic was also reported in the same direction from Jawi to Bandar Cassia and Juru to Sungai Dua.

"In Johor, traffic is also heavy from Skudai toward Senai, Kulai to the Kulai rest area, Pagoh to Yong Peng selatan, Ayer Hitam to Yong Peng selatan and Simpang Renggam to Sedenak.

"Heavy traffic is also reported from UPM toward Nilai, Seremban rest area to Senawang, Senawang to the Port Dickson exit, Pedas Linggi to the Pedas Linggi rest area as well as the Ayer Keroh Jejantas rest area to Simpang Ampat," it said.

It added that along the Kuala Lumpur Karak Expressway, traffic was congestion heading east from the Gombak Toll Plaza to Bukit Tinggi as well as Lentang toward the Bentong Toll Plaza.

"Heavy traffic is also reported along the Kajang Seremban Highway (Lekas) heading south from the Kajang Selatan exit to the Kajang Selatan Toll Plaza as well as heading north from the Kajang Selatan exit toward the Kajang Perdana exit.

"Along the Johor Causeway traffic congestion is also reported in both directions," it said.

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