Highway authority asks East Coast Expressway users to take an alternative route.
Pakatan Harapan's election promise now a burden on federal government, says PM.
Highway operator says the discount is to help users plan their journeys and help reduce morning rush-hour traffic.
There appears to have been no serious attempt at tackling the toll issue except through study after study.
Sim Tze Tzin says this can encourage motorists to avoid highways during peak hours.
The Cabinet decided to extend the toll hike freeze to benefit motorists using 21 highways nationwide.
Works Minister Baru Bian says his ministry is negotiating with concessionnaires on abolishing or reducing tolls.
For years people in Mexico City have been calling for restrictions on big trucks using local highways because they are often involved in crashes.
Professor Yeah Kim Leng says the reduction should not cost a spike in the national deficit nor burden the users, while a deputy minister says reductions may come in a year or two.
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the only way to have freeways without toll is to raise the price of petrol.
Works minister says there is a 30% road maintenance backlog as a result.
Contractor says it has followed law in making their plans clear to the public.
The Citizen Awareness Chant Group asks the DoE to reveal the number of people consulted before approval for the three main roads project was given.
A group backing Penang's transport plan presents a memo to the chief minister, saying the state should have gone ahead with the project a long time ago.
What happened to funding for institutional reforms, pedestrian and cycling infrastructures, water transport and feeder buses for a holistic and balanced transportation system?
NGO suggests RM46 billion project be reviewed by an international body specialised in public transport.
Former ruling party bemoans the loss of employees' rice bowls when they were looking forward to celebrating Aidilfitri.
The former Bank Negara governor says Daim Zainuddin will make an announcement on matter.
EPF chief Shahril Ridza says a holistic solution is needed as a lot of money has been invested through capital markets.
The transport body says ECRL, HSR and Penang Tunnel are too expensive.
Manifesto does not take into account extended financial system and losses of about RM400 billion to the government and the Rakyat through their EPF savings and investments.
At a rally, he disparages the ability of Mahathir's son to pay off toll concessionaires with RM380bn compensation.
Penang BN chairman Teng Chang Yeow says although the state announced that nothing was paid for the project, an answer to the state assembly last November proves otherwise.
Penang chief minister says MCA’s Wee Ka Siong is trying to confuse people about the company’s role in developing Penang’s undersea tunnel and three highways.