Toll payments on DASH to start from 12.01am Dec 1, cars to pay RM2.30


PETALING JAYA: The Damansara-Shah Alam (DASH) expressway will begin collecting toll payments from 12.01am Thursday (Dec 1).

The 20.1km DASH expressway was previously free for 48 days when it was first launched, from Oct 14 to Nov 30.

For cars, the toll rate will be RM2.30; lorries (RM4.60); trailers (RM6.90); taxis (RM1.20) and for buses, it will be RM2.30.

Toll collection will be fully electronic, using the Touch ’N Go card and RFID, as well as SmartTAG.

“Users are advised to ensure that their Touch’N Go cards and e-wallets have adequate balance before entering the DASH expressway.

“The operations department of the DASH expressway will always monitor toll collection systems at three toll plazas, aside from stationing officers at the toll plazas, particularly during peak hours, to assist users,” Projek Lintasan Kota Holdings (Prolintas) said in a statement Wednesday (Nov 30).

Prolintas advised the public to always abide by traffic safety regulations and signage at the toll plazas to ensure a smooth journey.

“For any further questions, contact the DASH hotline on 1-300-88-5522,” said Prolintas.

The construction of DASH, which began in Aug 2016, was completed in October at a cost of RM4.2bil.

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