Road users can now use their Touch ‘N Go eWallet at two more highways in the Klang Valley: the Kemuning–Shah Alam Highway (LKSA) and SMART Tunnel.
How it Works?
The TnG eWallet app allows you to connect with up to three Touch ‘n Go (TnG) cards so drivers can instead use the credit in their e-wallet to pay for toll, while the value on the card is not billed. All the associated cards will have the same top up value as the e-wallet.
Drivers will still have to use the physical cards (not their smartphones) when entering TnG or SmartTag lanes.
Introduced last December, the TnG card feature could only be used at toll booths across the Duke Highway 1 Plaza Tol Batu, Plaza Tol Ayer Panas and Plaza Tol Sentul Pasar, as well as Duke highway 2 Plaza Tol Segambut and Plaza Tol Sentul Pasar Tambahan.
Rest assured, TnG is planning to roll out the function on most highways, starting with the Klang Valley including the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP), New Pantai Expressway (NPE), Maju Expressway (MEX), and more.
No timeline on the implementation though.
Meanwhile, Touch ‘n Go CEO Syahrunizam Samsudin has said that response to the card-linked system and eWallet has been very encouraging with 2.3 million registered users in December last year, up from 1 million just two months prior.