MIC Youth urges Plus reconsider closure of Touch 'n Go reload lanes

B Nantha Kumar

Modified 8 Nov 2019, 4:08 am

Plus Malaysia Berhad (Plus) has been urged to gather feedback from the public before committing to its decision to shut down Touch 'n Go (T'nG) reload lanes on toll highways.

Negeri Sembilan MIC Youth wing chief Ramis Balakrishnan said the move to close the lanes would have a more adverse effect on road users than in solving traffic congestion, as claimed by Plus.

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