KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 6 – Plus Expressways Sdn Bhd (Plus) is expecting more vehicles to be on all its highways, beginning noon to late night as more people return to the federal capital after the Aidiladha holiday. A Plus Traffic Control Centre spokesman said as at 7pm, traffic was slow from the north from Bukit Gantang to Kuala Kangsar; Sungai Perak to Menora Tunnel; Ipoh to Simpang Pulai; Tapah to Slim River; and, Bukit Tagar to Rawang.

“Traffic from the south was also slow from Bukit Gambir to Jasin and from Simpang Ampat to the Seremban Rest and Service Area, following heavy traffic since noon,” he said when contacted by Bernama. Meanwhile, a Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) spokesman said traffic from the east coast was slow moving from the Karak toll plaza to Bukit Tinggi, and Genting Sempah to Gombak.

“Traffic on highways in the Klang Valley is smooth,” he said. Members of the public can obtain the latest traffic information via Plusline at 1800-88-0000 and Twitter at www.twitter.com/plustrafik or LLM line at 1800-88-7752, as well as Twitter at www.twitter.com/llminfotrafik.

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