Former finance minister says toll-operator should be allowed to collect toll during peak hours while the government absorbs cost of tolls at non peak hours.
Rosli Azad Khan says RM6.2 billion is too much and the government should just wait for the concessions to expire.
Provident fund chief says it will 'definitely consider' if there is a good offer for its 49% stake in the highway operator.
Many people, including those in the coalition, did not read the election manifesto thoroughly, says PH chairman.
A 24km federal road, costing RM1.1 million, opened today as part of the road network.
The government's sovereign wealth fund expects to be engaged directly, says source.
Consultant says the studies will show if the proposed takeover of four toll highways is feasible.
Ong Kian Ming says takeover of tolls will not have any cost implications for the government.
The core of the public transport system is the bus system.
Pakatan Harapan's election promise now a burden on federal government, says PM.
The government can start by bringing down maintenance cost, says Wong Chen.
The former prime minister throws cold water on Putrajaya's claim that it didn't realise it would cost so much to abolish tolls prior to promising to do so.
The works minister speaks on the success of his ministry since May 9, including the abolition of tolls for motorcycles on three bridges.
Highway operator says the discount is to help users plan their journeys and help reduce morning rush-hour traffic.
The PM says the government is now focusing on Klang Valley tolled highways.
He says this seems to be an attempt to fish for votes for the Semenyih by-election.
Works minister says abolition of motorcycle toll in Penang was proof government was serious about this.
Former prime minister Najib Razak slams works minister's remarks on tolled roads, saying BN would have been flayed if a similar remark had been made.
The former prime minister says Pakatan Harapan had indicated before the May 9 polls that this could be easily done.
What has the new government done when it comes to reducing or renegotiating tolls and implementing an effective tax system?
The key is for the new government to go through such agreements to look for inherent weaknesses and elements of profiteering.
The DAP leadership seems to be going back on its stand in 2002 against the Penang Outer Ring Road project.
Saying the government will need a huge sum of money if it wants to abolish highway tolls, two economists suggest that it consider other ways to ensure a win-win situation.
Umno leaders take government to task following reports that PH's plan to abolish tolls cannot be finalised in 100 days.
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