PETALING JAYA: Road users travelling through the North-South Expressway in direction of the Klang Valley are suggested to enter the highways before 9am between Feb 4 and Feb 6, suggested PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS).
In an announcement on Feb 4, it mentioned that an rising visitors pattern was recorded on the second day of Chinese New Year (Feb 2) when the North-South Expressway noticed a surge in visitors from all states.
The same visitors sample was anticipated to be repeated tomorrow (Feb 5) and Sunday (Feb 6) as these taking prolonged days off together with the college holidays would start their journey again to the Klang Valley.
PLUS chief working officer Datuk Zakaria Ahmad Zabidi suggested the general public to plan their journey residence in keeping with their launched return to Klang Valley Travel Time Advisory (TTA).
“We have made the mandatory preparations to make sure freeway prospects get pleasure from a cushty return journey to the town.
“Among these are the deployment of further PLUSRonda groups to help those that could encounter issues with their autos,” he mentioned.
Zakaria additionally suggested users to make sure their Touch n’ Go playing cards or ewallets for RFID transactions had adequate steadiness for a easy journey particularly at toll plazas.
“Users are additionally urged to utilise current journey purposes to pre-emptively plan your routes as a method to keep away from congestion alongside the freeway,” he added.
Users can get the most recent freeway updates or visitors conditions by PLUS Malaysia’s app, social media channels or their web site at www.plus.com.my