Traffic congested on major highways heading towards Klang Valley

Traffic is moving slowly toward the Gombak toll plaza in Kuala Lumpur on April 13, 2024 as city folk return from their hometowns after the Hari Raya holidays. – Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic on major highways heading towards the Klang Valley is congested on Saturday (April 13) night, with many city folk returning from their hometowns after the Hari Raya Aidilfitri holidays.

A Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) spokesman said that as of 10pm, traffic was congested from the north towards the Klang Valley, including from Alor Setar Selatan to Gurun, Sungai Petani Selatan to Bertam, Seberang Jaya to Prai, Juru to Taiping, Simpang Pulai to Tapah, Bidor to Sungkai and Bukit Beruntung to Sungai Buaya.

He added that traffic was slow moving from the south to the Klang Valley from Yong Peng to Pagoh, Jasin to Bemban, Ayer Keroh to Simpang Ampat and Pedas Linggi to Port Dickson.

"From the east coast on the East Coast Expressway 2, traffic is congested from Kuala Dungun to Kerteh and from the rest and service area in Paka to Kuantan," he said.

He also said traffic on the East Coast Expressway 1 heading towards the Klang Valley is also congested due to the increased number of vehicles from Lancang to Karak, Karak to Lentang and Genting Sempah to the Gombak Toll Plaza. – Bernama

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