More than 220 injured after Typhoon Hagibis lashed through Japan.
More than 3,000 people have been rescued in wake of disaster.
Maju Holdings is also proposing to reduce toll fares by up to 36%.
The region’s governor has declared a state of emergency until Oct 9.
More than 100 people were injured and at least 15,000 people had to evacuate to shelters.
The 45-kilometre stretch, built at a cost of RM917 million, saves travelling time by 30 minutes from Teluk Intan.
Rozman Isli says the charge should be RM10, and only for one way.
The crash sparked a fierce blaze sending terrified locals fleeing.
He says the government is still considering an offer from Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd to take over PLUS.
Some ministerial aides appear to have great power in decision-making.
The finance minister says if the government is able to absorb operational and maintenance costs, toll-free highways were a possibility in the future.
Ex-premier highlights view by experts that the government would suffer a loss and the people would continue to pay.
Tony Pua says the proposed acquisition allows the government and highway users to reap RM7.3 billion in savings in the future while ensuring market stability.
The former prime minister questions the point of making the route toll-free only at night, saying no one uses it then.
The offer, valid until July 12, will be undertaken by a special purpose vehicle, wholly-owned by MoF Inc.
Three bombers attack a hall in Konduga where football fans were watching a match on TV.
More research needed to check out bugs and ensure security of the system, they say.
The street attracts more than two million visitors a year, and the resulting congestion is proving to be too much for the residents.
RAM Rating also says the proposal to introduce congestion charge will complicate toll abolition for highways.
If congestion charges benefit the people, why not introduce it on the most congested highway in Malaysia, says Wee Ka Siong.
The former prime minister apologises for his remarks when criticising Putrajaya's plan to introduce a congestion charge on tolled highways.
Sim Tze Tzin says this can encourage motorists to avoid highways during peak hours.
An election is not limited to casting a vote as it produces outcomes that affect people’s lives.
The 33km Telok Melano-Sematan stretch in Sarawak was completed earlier this month at a cost of RM580 million.