Plus Advises Interstate Travellers To Follow Covid 19 Safety Sops
PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) has backed the Government's decision to allow interstate travel between green zones as the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is lifted tomorrow. - NSTP file picPETALING JAYA: PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) has backed the Government's decision to allow interstate travel between green zones as the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is lifted tomorrow.
PLUS said it remains committed to provide customers a safe and comfortable travel experience.
"Many have downloaded the PLUS app which easily allows one to plan their journey and know the toll rate at their destination. It also provides a pre-order function to pick up one's favourite dish at selected R&Rs along the journey.
"Most importantly in case of any emergency, our PLUSRonda patrol unit can be summoned for assistance with a push of a button within the app or you may call our 1800 88 0000 PLUSLine for help. Alternatively, PLUS Unique Texting Realtime Interface or PUTRI, the first Artificial Intelligence Highway ChatBot, is at hand to answer all highway enquiries," said Managing Director of PLUS Datuk Azman Ismail.
The journey along PLUS 1,130km highway is served by 17 sections under 4 regions with a total of 572 PLUSRonda and highway safety crew on site to ensure the journey is safe and comfortable.
With 29 Rest and Service Areas (R&R) and Overhead Bridge Restaurants (OBR) and 50 lay-bys, highway customers have the choice to take a journey break, refresh, rejuvenate and continue their journey after enjoying the F&B offerings by over 600 PLUS business partners.
PLUS also advised all customers to top up prior to entering the expressway at over 11,000 Touch 'n Go reload facilities at petrol stations, malls and convenience stores and bank ATMs to ensure there is sufficient balance to reach their destination safely.
It said the simple pre-emptive act of contactless and cashless transaction will help in flattening the curve as transmission of the Coronavirus could be avoided.
"In addition, PLUS encourages highway customers to travel responsibly during this pandemic situation. They can check out their destination status from Covid-19 perspective before they start their journey. The information can be obtained from the National Security Council (NSC) or MySejahtera Apps," said Azman.
PLUS also urged motorists to strictly adhere to Health Ministry and NSC SOPs and ensure they were wearing facemask, practice physical distancing, use hand sanitisers and temperature taking as well as registering in MySejahtera for contact tracing when stopping at R&Rs, OBRs and Lay-bys. - NST
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