Its managing director, Datuk Azman Ismail, stated from April 26 onwards, motorists travelling on PLUS highways must pay their toll expenses utilizing PLUSMiles, Contact 'n Go or SmartTAG, as money transaction would not be accepted.He stated the train, which is a continuation of the initiative carried out in levels since 2008, would contain 71 toll plazas between Juru and Skudai.
"Therefore, we advise the general public to get the PLUSMiles or Contact 'n Go playing cards at any PLUS customer support centre earlier than April 26.
"The system is far quicker than the money technique, with SmartTAG and Contact 'n Go lanes able to dealing with as much as 1,000 and 600 transactions per hour, respectively," he stated in a press release Thursday.
He stated presently, 94 per cent of motorists plying the Juru-Skudai stretch paid toll electronically and PLUS would take numerous steps to make sure clean journey for the motorists with minimal interference of the digital system. -- Bernama