PLUS enables RFID at Juru-Skudai toll plazas at 10pm on 15 Jan. Here's what you need to know - SoyaCincau

1.5 million RFID users can enjoy seamless travel on the North-South highway starting from 10pm on 15 January. All 83 toll plazas will have at least one RFID lane.

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16/1/2022 10:15:00 AM

PLUS has finally enabled RFID at all 83 toll plazas on the North-South highway from Juru to Skudai. RFID is seen as the first step towards Multi-Lane-Free-Flow (MLFF). TNG and SmartTAG lanes are still available and it will be converted to RFID in phases.

1.5 million RFID users can enjoy seamless travel on the North-South highway starting from 10pm on 15 January. All 83 toll plazas will have at least one RFID lane.

.From 15th January 2022 at 10pm, the remaining 74 toll plazas on the North-South highway from Juru to Skudai will be RFID enabled with at least one dedicated RFID lane. There will be a total of 164 RFID toll lanes for both bounds.For non-RFID users, you don’t have to worry. The existing

Touch ‘n Go (TNG) and SmartTAG lanes will remainfor now. PLUS will convert existing TNG and SmartTAG lanes in phases according to the adoption rate of RFID. Unlike other major highways in the Klang Valley, PLUS does not support PayDirect at the moment. If you prefer to use the physical TNG card or SmartTAG, you must ensure that you have a sufficient balance on the card.

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Never forget those in blue shirts are those maybe related to touchngo ewallet The lowest quality system…RFID will not last LONG. Avoid buying this RFID. Low quality 🙄 Make sure all malls go RFID too then. Dont buy RFID is low quality & security system Low quality system. Too risky to use The focus should be on the TNG users, huge market to tap. Leave the SmarTAG lanes alone, users have been supporting 'free-flow' for years.

Masaalah nya yg tutup terus lorong smart tag tu dh kenapa.. Why cant they activate pay direct as well? edelfitri

PLUS enables RFID from Juru-Skudai toll plazas at 10pm on 15 Jan. Here's what you need to know - SoyaCincau1.5 million RFID users can enjoy seamless travel on the North-South highway starting from 10pm on 15 January. All 83 toll plazas will have at least one RFID lane.

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Hutan Kampung and Sungai Dua . From 15th January 2022 at 10pm, the remaining 74 toll plazas on the North-South highway from Juru to Skudai will be RFID enabled with at least one dedicated RFID lane. There will be a total of 164 RFID toll lanes for both bounds. For non-RFID users, you don’t have to worry. The existing Touch ‘n Go (TNG) and SmartTAG lanes will remain for now. PLUS will convert existing TNG and SmartTAG lanes in phases according to the adoption rate of RFID. Unlike other major highways in the Klang Valley, PLUS does not support PayDirect at the moment. If you prefer to use the physical TNG card or SmartTAG, you must ensure that you have a sufficient balance on the card. The Works Ministry is targetting a 60% RFID adoption rate by the end of 2022 before phasing out TNG and SmartTAG completely by the end of 2023 . The Malaysian government aims to implement Multi-Lane Free-Flow (MLFF) with RFID by 2026, which will provide a barrier-free highway experience. Before MLFF is introduced, the next step would be Single-Lane Free-Flow (SLFF) where the barrier (aka palang ) is removed for RFID lanes. Before the barriers can be removed, there’s a need for a clear legal framework to enforce fraud and bad payment. Advantages of using RFID Unlike SmartTAG, RFID is a passive sticker and there’s no need for batteries. On top of that, it is linked to Touch ‘n Go eWallet which makes it easier to reload on your smartphone instead of queuing up to reload a physical card. The eWallet can be topped via online banking, debit, or credit card. For greater convenience, you can also enable auto-reload by setting your preferred reload amount and preset minimum balance. If you own several vehicles at home, you can actually link up to 10 RFID tags to a single eWallet account. PLUS has also shared that it is working on enabling direct payment via credit or debit card through an RFID open payment system. The plan to allow has been mentioned since 2019. TNG RFID Dos and Don’ts Since PLUS RFID system uses an ANPR system, all vehicles should use a JPJ compliant number plate for better recognition. The ANPR acts as a secondary verification layer to help solve potential toll payment disputes. The ANPR system is installed at all entry lanes on PLUS highway. For example, if an RFID user enters the highway via TNG or SmartTAG lane by mistake but exits via RFID, the system will be able to recognise the point of entry and charge your TNG eWallet with the correct toll amount. In this scenario, your TNG or SmartTAG won’t be charged as the charging mechanism is based on the exit lane’s payment method. Take note that only RFID-enabled vehicles can enter the RFID lane and the barrier will not go up if the RFID tag is not detected. According to the terms of use, you should enter and exit using the same lane (E.g. enter via TNG and exit via TNG. Enter by RFID and exit via RFID). In the event that the RFID system is down or unavailable, a PLUS employee will be able to scan your RFID tag manually using a mobile handheld unit before opening the barrier. If you need assistance, you can press the intercom button at the sides of the lane. The RFID tag is non-transferrable to other vehicles and you can be suspended if you’re caught using RFID while holding the tag by hand. At the moment, the RFID lane supports a maximum pass-through speed of 30km/h, which is higher than SmartTAG’s 20km/h. However, RFID users are reminded not to drive above 30km/h for a better detection success rate. Related reading