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30 dead in Nigeria triple suicide bombing

Three bombers attack a hall in Konduga where football fans were watching a match on TV.

Suspend PayDirect system at toll gates, say consumer groups

More research needed to check out bugs and ensure security of the system, they say.

San Francisco to impose tolls for iconic ‘Crooked Street’

The street attracts more than two million visitors a year, and the resulting congestion is proving to be too much for the residents.

National debt will worsen if govt buys 4 highways, says rating...

RAM Rating also says the proposal to introduce congestion charge will complicate toll abolition for highways.

Will congestion charges be introduced on Federal Highway next, MCA asks...

If congestion charges benefit the people, why not introduce it on the most congested highway in Malaysia, says Wee Ka Siong.

Sorry I got carried away, says Najib on LGBT highway users

The former prime minister apologises for his remarks when criticising Putrajaya's plan to introduce a congestion charge on tolled highways.

‘Congestion pricing’ a success in other cities, says PKR strategy director

Sim Tze Tzin says this can encourage motorists to avoid highways during peak hours.

Politics is not a game, let’s start with Semenyih

An election is not limited to casting a vote as it produces outcomes that affect people’s lives.

No toll collection for Pan Borneo Highway

The 33km Telok Melano-Sematan stretch in Sarawak was completed earlier this month at a cost of RM580 million.

Najib again taunts finance minister over abolition of toll, this time...

In old video, Lim Guan Eng says North-South Expressway toll should be abolished.

Malaysians welcome New Year with fireworks, shows, poem recitals

Dr Mahathir calls on Malaysians to work hard and shape the future of the nation as he attends lively, colourful 2019 New Year celebration in Putrajaya.

No more bridge tolls for motorcyclists in Penang

Motorcyclists who commute to work either on the mainland or island are happy with the New Year gift from the new government.

Cabinet to get report on toll study in May

Independent accredited audit consultant will be appointed by works ministry next month.

Indonesian tsunami death toll tops 400 with thousands displaced

At least 16,000 people have been displaced and about 1,500 were injured.

CIMB hauls PLUS to court over RFID

The group claims the highway concessionaire violated an agreement by launching its own RFID system.

MRCB receives RM1.3 bil settlement for termination of concession

The company says the termination of the Eastern Dispersal Link does not entail any transfer or disposal of its unit, MLSSB, and MRCB Southern Link Bhd to the government.

Rain on the way as search for missing continues after California...

The wildfires have already claimed at least 76 lives and the number of people missing jumped on Saturday to 1,276.

Number of missing jumps to more than 1,000 in California fire

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said the number of missing had soared from 631 on Thursday to 1,011.

Almost 30,000 Afghan troops killed since 2015

The toll increased in 2016 and appears to have accelerated again in 2017 and 2018.

We’ve renegotiated MRT2, what about tolls?

The MRT2 project shows that sometimes we just need to assign the right people to negotiate with concessionaires.

Filipinos deeply conflicted on Duterte’s drug war

Polls say Filipinos support the crackdown but not the thousands of slayings that are central to it.

Death toll in Afghanistan election rally blast climbs to at least...

It is the third attack against the election campaign process this month.

Read manifesto again for ‘facts’ on toll removal, says Rais Hussin

The PH manifesto committee chairman says people are confused about the pledge because they did not read it carefully.

Toll-free roads not possible, says Dr M

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the only way to have freeways without toll is to raise the price of petrol.