RapidKL buses to go completely cashless in Klang Valley from April 15

RapidKL will be rolling out cashless payments in stages from 15 April onwards.

RapidKL has announced that their buses will be swapping to a completely cashless payment system in the Klang Valley on April 15.

The new payment system will completely replace cash payments, and instead will require passengers to pay using either a Touch N' Go (TNG) card or the Rapid KL Unlimited Pass (My100 & My50). TNG card users will also be entitled to 20% off the normal bus fare.

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