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Biker blocks automotive utilizing Good Lane on toll freeway


Biker blocks car using Smart Lane on toll highway

With the 2024 Lunar New 12 months balik kampung exodus in full swing, the Good Lane system is in impact on sure stretches of Malaysia’s toll highways. Carried out to alleviate visitors congestion on the freeway particularly in the course of the pre- and publish vacation journey interval, the Good Lane implementation throughout particular instances and dates appears to have escaped one motorcyclist.

In a video shared by consumer anthraxxx781 on social media, a biker is seen stopping his bike on the emergency lane, blocking the trail of a automotive. This isn’t a one-time incidence because it has occurred prior to now.

The rider then will get off his bike and confronts the motive force, presumably to inform the motive force off for utilizing the emergency lane which isn’t allowed throughout regular days.

Nonetheless, in a number of public bulletins, autos on the toll highways are allowed to make use of the emergency lane throughout particular instances and dates. This was reported in a paultan.org article, right here.

Simply to recap, the SMART Lane goes in impact starting February 8, and lasts until February 18, with different dates relevant for sure stretches of freeway. The total checklist is as follows:

  • from Bukit Tambun to Juru Toll Plaza – KM150.9 to KM150.5 (northbound)
  • Bandar Cassia to Sg Bakap layby – KM155.3 to KM156.0 (southbound)
  • Gua Tempurung to Gopeng KM306.7 to KM297.0 (northbound)
  • Slim River to Sungkai KM367.3 to KM354.0 (northbound)
  • Sungkai – KM354.0 to KM356.0 (southbound)
  • Rawang R&R to Sg Buaya – KM439.5 to KM435.5 (northbound)
  • Exit of Petron NKVE to Subang – KM11.2 to KM13.3 (northbound)
  • Nilai to Seremban R&R – KM280.0 to KM286.0 (southbound)
  • USJ overhead bridge to Seafield – KM6.1 to KM8.1 (northbound)
  • Port Dickson to Seremban – KM260.0 to KM263.1 (northbound)
  • Air Keroh to Jasin layby KM194.5 to KM 184.0 (southbound)
  • Kulai to Senai – KM27.0 to KM19.0 (southbound)
  • Senai to Kulai – KM19.0 to KM27.0 (northbound)
  • Dato Onn to Pasir Gudang – KM4.5 to KM1.9 (southbound)

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