Slow traffic reported on several major highways as at 5pm, says LLM

KUALA LUMPUR: The traffic flow on several major highways was reported to be slow as at 5pm on Sunday (April 7), ahead of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

A Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) spokesman said that while there was an increase in the number of vehicles on the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), traffic was still still under control.

A PLUS Malaysia Bhd spokesman said two accidents were reported at KM404.5 (north-bound) from Lembah Beringin to Tanjung Malim and KM272.8 (south-bound) from Nilai to Bandar Ainsdale and, as a result, traffic is slow moving.

"Traffic congestion is also reported from Simpang Renggam to Sedenak,” he said.

Meanwhile, a PLUS Traffic update on its X (formerly known as Twitter) account said that several Smartlanes have been activated to ensure smooth traffic flow for the journey back to the hometowns.

"The Smartlane at KM303.2 to KM297.0, northbound, from Tapah to Gopeng, has been activated. The emergency lane can be used.

"The Smartlane has also been activated from KM194.5 to KM184.0, southbound, from Ayer Keroh to Jasin,” it said. - Bernama

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