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Malaysians Can Now Buy The RM30 Monthly Public Transport Pass Starting Today!


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This is good news for all public transport users!

On 5th June, PM Muhyiddin announced on live-broadcast that Prasarana will be introducing the MY30 pass, which is a monthly public transport travel pass for RM30, to ease the burden of the general public. RapidKL has just announced that the passes will be available for purchase starting from today!

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You can get them at these locations:

  • All LRT, MRT, Monorail & BRT stations
  • 5 bus hubs: Pasar Seni, Seksyen 2, Shah Alam, Greenwood, Terminal Kajang & Sri Nilam

Malaysian who are interested can bring along their MyKad or MyTentera to apply for the monthly pass! Said pass can be used in all three LRT lines (Ampang, Sri Petaling and Kelana Jaya), MRT, monorail, BRT, Rapid KL buses & MRT feeder buses. You can use it unlimited times a day and you won’t be charged an extra cent! Chairman of Prasarana, Dato’ Sri Haji Tajuddin Abdul Rahman said,

” With MY30, usage of all Rapid KL trains and buses  is only RM1 per day.

It can be used unlimited times and your journey will also be smoother as you don’t need to buy tokens at the station. This is really a super-saver!”

Speaking about the government’s decision on allowing 100% capacity in all modes of public transport, he says: “We welcome that step but at the same time we would like to advise commuters to always be wary of Covid-19 as the pandemic is far from over. Always be hygienic and wear your masks.”

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This MY30 pass will only be available from today (15th June) for six months till 31st December!

That’s about it! What do you think about this? Tell us in the comments!


Also read: JUST IN: Malaysians Can Use Public Transport For UNLIMITED Times For RM30 A Month

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Source: Rapid KL
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