Saturday, June 8, 2013

Traffic slow-moving but under control as school holidays end

Traffic flow on several main expressways in the country is reported slow following an increase in vehicles with school holidays coming to an end Sunday.

A traffic spokesman for the Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) said as of 5pm Saturday, traffic flow was slow in the West coast, while in the East cost, the situation at the Karak Expressway and the East Coast Expressway was under control.

He said at the North-South Expressway (PLUS), traffic flow was slow at the Penang bridge exit to Seberang Jaya since 4.30pm due to an increase in the number of vehicles using the bridge.

"In the Klang Valley area, traffic is still under control," he said.

Meanwhile, PLUS, in a statement posted on its Facebook, said an accident occurred at Km139.6 (Southbound) about 5pm, but no lane was closed and traffic was under-control, although slow moving.

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