LEKAS, Besraya toll charges diminished from Jan 1, 2023

Reductions in toll charges for the Besraya and LEKAS expressways will take impact from 12:01am, January 1, 2023, public works minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi has introduced, in response to Bernama.
The discount is by as a lot as 15 sen for Class 1 automobiles passing via the Loke Yew and Mines toll plazas (North and South) on the Besraya expressway, the report wrote. In the meantime, the toll price for Class 1 automobiles on the LEKAS expressway has been diminished from 0.1811 sen per km to 0.1666 sen per km for the closed toll system, whereas the toll price on the open toll system for the Ampangan toll plaza stays unchanged.
Which means that the brand new toll charges efficient from midnight tonight will likely be RM1.85 for Class 1 automobiles at any Besraya expressway toll plaza, whereas motorists utilizing the LEKAS expressway will likely be charged RM7.80 in every path.
The present toll charges are RM2.00 for Class 1 automobiles in every path on the Besraya expressway, and RM8.30 for Class 1 automobiles all through the LEKAS expressway.

Diminished toll charges, efficient 12:01am Jan 1, 2023; click on to enlarge
“By way of the restructuring [of toll rates] for these two highways, the federal government is ready to save an estimated RM1.978 billion in compensation allocation in the course of the concession interval, and the allocation might be channelled to fulfill different primary wants of Malaysians,” Nanta stated.
This discount in toll price was made following discussions and the settlement of the concession firm for the 2 highways, IJM Company, that’s in step with the cupboard’s determination that was made on December 21. “It is usually a part of the reorganisation of the construction and toll charges for the 2 highways concerned,” the general public works minister stated in a press release.
Discount in toll charges for the Besraya and LEKAS expressways, as a part of reductions for six highways in complete had been introduced in October on the official opening of the Damansara-Shah Alam Elevated Expressway (DASH), as introduced by then-prime minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

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