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    Default [Info] All About Malaysia's North-South Expressway

    The North-South Expressway (NSE)

    Distances
    With the North South Expressway (NSE), motorists have a well-paved till route to the border of Thailand--without narrow, winding, congested and potholed roads. The following are approximate distances & suggested RIDING times in good conditions by experienced drivers from the Singapore border. Travel times do not include breaks, time spent at border crossings etc:Timing var from speed.


    Malaysia
    Destination Ave. Time Distance (approx. km)
    Malacca Two ˝ Hours 225
    Kuala Lumpur Three ľ Hours 370
    Ipoh Six Hours 575
    Butterworth Seven ľ Hours 740
    Thai Border Nine Hours 840




    Tourist Police
    Lost your way? Need help? Look for a tourist police officer. Tourist police officers are recognized by their checkered hat bands, dark blue shirts and trousers, and the letter "I" (for information) on a red and blue badge on their breast pocket.

    Riding on NSE
    Rest Areas
    There are 18 rest and service areas (RSAs), located every 50 to 100 kms, with facilities like food stalls, toilets, parking and telephones. Some even have souvenir shops and produce markets. There are plans to build motels at the RSAs along the scenic northern track.

    Emergencies
    If your bike should breakdown seriouslly , do not panic. There are emergency phones located every 2 km. Because there have been instances of motorists on the old trunk road being taken for an expensive ride by freelance mechanics, the highway company (PLUS) runs a 24-hour emergency service. Only they are allowed to do repairs on the highway. (maybe not for Big CC bikes as malaysia has few of this) These mechanics in yellow PLUS vehicles do free minor repairs, recharge batteries, and can tow to the nearest RSA if major repairs are needed. Off the freeway the Automobile Association of Singapore (see Links) has reciprocal arrangements with its Malaysian cousin.

    Exits
    Exits to the main towns are generally on the left, watch out for signs placed 1 km and 500 m prior to the turn-off.
    Safety on the Freeway
    Watch out for stray buffaloes & chickens that spill over onto the expressway. Don't stop at the fruit stalls with big umbrellas, however tempting the durians are - it is a traffic offence to stop along the expressway shoulders.
    Slow down as you approach slow moving traffic. Drivers rarely use their indicators when they change lanes, and cars do wander. Buses and trucks will also sometimes pull abruptly into the outer lane particularly when overtaking each other. It is easy to underestimate the difference in speed between you and these prehistoric leviathans
    Speeding is a popular recreation on the NSE for both repressed Singaporean motorists and Malaysian drivers with big engined or exotic machineryso look for flashing lights and indicators. Make sure you indicate also – better to forget about kiasu and start thinking about getting to your destination in one piece.
    Watch out for rainstorms, which can be sudden and heavy, both visibility and traction can be severely impaired.

    Road Rage
    Relax-lah! Would you believe road rage is alive and well on the Freeway? Not at the level of Los Angeles or the UK but nevertheless present. The worst incidences I have seen are where a speeding driver meets a self-righteous motorist – pulling into or staying in the overtaking lane at exactly the speed limit as faster cars approach is dangerous and foolish. The speed differences can be great. Other drivers are then put at risk as the two opponents joust and typically no one really comes off a winner. In some countries the righteous driver would be booked for dangerous driving.
    Your speed should reflect the road conditions (which includes other motorists) and you should keep left unless overtaking.

    Source and re-edit from PLUS


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    Can Update on Latest Spd Trap up to Muar

    North Bound: 20km, 40km, 65 km & 155km after Pagol Rest.
    South Bound: 100km mark(after Yong Peng Exit) & 80km (After the Air Hitam Exit)
    There is one always just before Esso 2nd link.

    Police either set up camera under bridge.(40km N-wards)
    Or (others)
    Hide camera behind a Green Stripe Tent build behind a Utility Van.

    Enjoy your Ride - Don't get booked...


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    wah every 20km one? Tp damn a lot of manpower man hahaha....

    Thanks for the info Alan...

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    Latest news from The Star website:

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=...essm&sec=latest

    News Update by Sa’odah Elias of The Star

    PUTRAJAYA: Starting Thursday, motorists found driving recklessly must pay the maximum fine of RM300 on the spot.

    Worse still, enforcement officers with laptops will also check the driving records of offenders and those with outstanding summonses must settle them in full.

    At the roadblocks, drivers issued with warrants of arrest will be thrown into lock-ups, while those found driving without a road tax or driving licence will have their vehicles impounded on the spot.

    These are some of the drastic measures approved by the Cabinet at its meeting on Wednesday.

    Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy, in announcing the move, said roadblocks had been set up at strategic locations nationwide during the festive period.

    “Those who are unable to pay their summonses in full, will be ordered to go to court on the next working day.

    "They must return to the district where the summonses were issued to attend court," he said, adding that the enforcement officers would be concentrating on six serious offences that carried the maximum fine of RM300.

    The six are speeding, overtaking dangerously, on a double line and on the emergency lane, beating the red light and driving heavy vehicles on the fast lane.
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    http://www.plus.com.my/plusberhad/plus_nseconstruct.asp

    NSE Construction

    Fully operational in February 1994, the North-South Expressway was completed fifteen months ahead of schedule. This in itself proved to be a noteworthy achievement, earning PLUS the honour of being awarded the Prime Minister's Quality Award 1995. During construction in the years between 1988 and 1994, the Malaysian engineering community and construction industry were faced with many challenges, not least of which was the need to manage the implementation of the multi-billion ringgit project.

    Traversing through terrain ranging from soft alluviums in the paddy fields of the northern state of Kedah to the rolling hills and mountains bordering the Main Range in the central region of the peninsula, the North-South Expressway formed a landmark undertaking by local consultants and contractors alike. Assisted by internationally recognised foreign counterparts, Malaysian consultants rose to the occasion, producing innovative designs such as the concrete viaducts used to carry the expressway over peat swamps in the southern region between Yong Peng and Skudai.

    The NSE is designed to provide a four-lane dual carriageway with provision for the construction of an additional two lanes in future. In urban areas, the number of lanes is increased to six. Lane widths vary from 3.65 metres to 3.75 metres. The width of the shoulder is 3 metres. The North-South Expressway is designed to accommodate speeds of up to 120 km/h, providing a margin of safety over the maximum speed limit of 110 km/h.The North-South Expressway consists of 674.15 km of asphaltic flexible pavement and 173.55 km of concrete rigid pavement.



    http://www.plus.com.my/highwayandexpressway.asp

    PLUS Network of Expressways

    PLUS Expressways holds the concession to operate and maintain a total of 966.5 km of inter-urban toll highways in Peninsular Malaysia collectively known as the North-South Expressway comprising the NSE, NKVE, FHR 1&2, ELITE and SecondLink. Recently, Penang Bridge and SPDH were also integrated under its management, making PLUS Expressways the largest toll concessionaire in Asia.

    The North-South Expressway from Bukit Kayu Hitam to Johor Bahru (NSE)
    The New Klang Valley Expressway from Bukit Raja to Jalan Duta (NKVE)
    The Federal Highway Route 2 from Batu Tiga to Sungai Rasau (FHR2)
    North South Expressway Central Link from Shah Alam to Nilai (ELITE)
    Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing from Tanjung Kupang to Tuas(Singapore) (SECONDLINK)
    Penang Bridge from Penang Island to Seberang Prai (PENANG BRIDGE)
    Seremban-Port Dickson Highway from Seremban to Port Dickson (SPDH)

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    http://www.plus.com.my/services_ronda.asp

    Highway Patrol (PLUSRonda)


    Established on April 1 1990, PLUSRonda is the familiar name given to our team of dedicated personnel whose primary task is to patrol the our Expressway and provide assistance to our customers wherever it is needed.

    At the front line of Expressway operations, The Ronda personnel also check Emergency Telephones, fence lines and other roadside furniture on a regular basis, ensuring the timely repair of all damages. All incidents are attended to by our highway patrol personnel who relay detailed and accurate information back to the Region Communications Centres for immediate action to be taken.

    Available 24-hours a day, 365-days a year, The Ronda Team services reflect our commitment towards providing a safer and more convenient choice for travellers.


    The services offered by the PLUSRonda include :
    - minor repairs to vehicles experiencing a mechanical fault or breakdown
    -towing services to the nearest toll plaza or Rest and Service Area (for Class 1 vehicles only)
    - traffic management and co-ordination of emergency services




    http://www.plus.com.my/services_emerge_phones.asp

    Emergency telephones Usage


    The emergency telephones are available at every 2 kilometers interval on either side of the Expressways. These oranges color telephone allows PLUS to trace the callers location automatically as soon as it is activated. Walk to the nearest one in case of emergency or breakdown. Do NOT cross the highway. These telephones are connected to the nearest Regional Communications Centre (RCC). Use the Emergency Telephone to request assistance from the highway Control Centre.

    To use the emergency telephone


    1. Push down the LEVER and let go.

    2. WAIT for PLUS staff to reply

    3. Speak clearly when the communication is established.

    4. Follow the instructions given by the Control Centre personnel.




    Otherwise you could call PLUSLINE at 03-2920000 to assist you from any normal telephone or cell phone.PLUSLine emergency call operates 24-hour a day. Calling using this line will connect you directly to the PLUS’ Traffic Control Centers at headquarters.

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    http://www.plus.com.my/highwayuserguide.asp

    Emergency Numbers

    If you have any queries or wish to report an incident occurring on our expressway, contact the PLUS Traffic Monitoring Centre, 24 hours a day, on PLUSLINE 1800-88-0000

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    http://www.plus.com.my/services_petrol.asp

    [code]
                               northbound      southbound
    Gelang Patah                KM 5.9          KM 4.6    
    Machap                      KM 75.2         KM 74.7    
    Pagoh                       KM 146.8        KM 135.2    
    Ayer Keroh                  KM 205.2        NA    
    Ayer Keroh OBR              KM 210          KM 210    
    Seremban                    KM 272.2        KM 274.4    
    Dengkil                     KM 23           KM 22.6    
    Serdang                     KM 308.6        KM 308.6    
    Sg Besi Toll Plaza          NA              KM 309.9    
    Sg Buloh OBR                KM 458.3        KM 458.3    
    USJ Elevated Restaurant     NA              KM 8.8    
    Rawang                      KM 440.4        NA    
    Ulu Bernam                  NA              KM 440.4    
    Tapah                       KM 331.8        KM 331.5    
    Sungai Perak                KM 249.3        KM 249.3    
    Bukit Gantang Lay-By        KM 225.6        KM 225.4    
    Gunung Semanggol            KM 195.6        KM 194.8    
    Juru Lay-By                 KM 141.6        NA    
    Gurun                       KM 81           KM 80.7
    [/code]


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    Gd One... EV
    How about speed trap Location...


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    Originally posted by Spectrum@Jun 22 2005, 09:02 PM
    Gd One... EV
    How about speed trap Location...
    speed traps are everywhere....

    moral of the story - dont speed!

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    Originally posted by Spectrum@Jun 22 2005, 09:14 PM
    Gd One... EV
    How about speed trap Location...
    I have an inexhaustive list of FIXED speed cameras given to me by my relative in the force. However, I have yet to spot any of them. You wanna help?

     

     
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    Originally posted by EmptyVessel@Jun 22 2005, 10:06 PM
    I have an inexhaustive list of FIXED speed cameras given to me by my relative in the force. However, I have yet to spot any of them. You wanna help?
    They used to have manned cameras on the highway, you know the type you can spot under overhead bridges an in thos blue striped tents on the side of the highway. But these days, they're using remotely operated ones. YOU CAN'T SEE THEM...!

    Trust me... by the time you see cars in the opposite direction flashing their headlights (the time honoured Malaysian tradition among motorists to warn each other of impending hazard of the legal kind), it would've been *TOO LATE* for you.

    2 years ago, they've also resorted to erecting fixed towers so that they can pick out speed demons miles away.

    As a general rule of thumb, expect speedtrap operations to increase just before major public holidays and school holidays. Fasting month, Hari Raya month and CNY week are exceptions - expect PDRM activity to TRIPLE.

    Cops aren't owls, it seems. So the safest time to break the land speed record seems to be around midnite until about 5 am. But then again, because there are so many poorly lit and hard to see heavy vehicles crawling on the highway, there's always a major risk of ending up as a messy red smear on the backside of a lorry.

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    * NSE Undergoing Upgrading Works

    As previously announced, several parts of the North-South Expressway (NSE) will be converted into a 3-lane dual carriageway to facilitate better level of service and enhance customer safety and convenience.
    Among the stretches included in this project are:-

    1) Third Lane Widening between Seremban - Senawang
    Description : The third lane widening project between Seremban and Senawang is the continuation from the existing dual 3-lane carriageway between Kuala Lumpur and Seremban. The widening works comprises asymmetrical and symmetrical widening of the existing dual 2-lane carriageway. Shoulder widening works are carried out between Seremban and PD interchanges while median widening works are adopted between PD and Senawang stretch.
    Length : 7.4 kilometres
    Expected Completion Date : 1 July 2007
    Status (as at 20 September 2005) : Overall progress 4% and on scheduled. Median widening between KM 255 – KM 257 and shoulder widening between KM 259.9-KM260.7 NB are in progress.

    2) Third Lane Widening between Senawang – Ayer Keroh
    Description : The project is a continuation of the Seremban – Senawang upgrading package and is extending until approximately 1 km beyond the Ayer Keroh Interchange. Median widening works are adopted as the existing median width is sufficient to accommodate the third lane for both bounds.
    Length : 62 kilometres
    Expected Completion Date : 8 August 2007
    Status (As at 20 Sept) : Median widening works at KM234, KM243, KM215 and KM198

    3) Third Lane Widening between Rawang – Tanjung Malim
    Description : The widening scheme adopted for this stretch is shoulder widening. The mainline will be widened to a 3-lane carriageway while the interchange ramps and acceleration and deceleration lane of the rest and service areas will be modified.
    Length : 45 kilometres
    Expected Completion Date : 8 August 2007
    Status (As at 20 Sept) : Shoulder widening works at KM438 (southbound) and KM418 (southbound)

    4) Third Lane Widening between Tanjung Malim – Slim River
    Description : The widening scheme adopted and the scope of works are the same as the widening stretch between Rawang and Tanjung Malim.
    Length : 28 kilometres
    Expected Completion Date : 8 August 2007
    Status (As at 20 Sept) : Shoulder widening works at KM399 (northbound)

    5) Modification for Non-Stop Through Traffic between Jelapang and Ipoh Selatan Toll Plazas
    Description : PLUS will modify the NSE between the Jelapang and Ipoh Selatan Toll Plazas through relocating both toll plazas off the mainline and separation of the local traffic from the mainline traffic. The objective is primarily to address accident issues at the Jelapang Toll Plaza, to allow through traffic flow for mainline traffic and toimprove the level of service along the mainline. A new 2-lane designated local road that runs parallel to the expressway mainline will be constructed. An Emergency Run-Off Area will also be constructed at the southbound mainline just before the existing Jelapang Toll Plaza.
    Expected Completion Date : 10 October 2007

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    Originally posted by ZZR-Pilot@Oct 12 2005, 06:58 AM

    Cops aren't owls, it seems. So the safest time to break the land speed record seems to be around midnite until about 5 am. But then again, because there are so many poorly lit and hard to see heavy vehicles crawling on the highway, there's always a major risk of ending up as a messy red smear on the backside of a lorry.
    WHere got cops aren't owls?.. I was caught while driving to Singapore from KL along Ayer Keroh Area at 3 AM.. They got a remote speed trap camera then further in front about 1km away they got road block.. Was travelling at 180km/h.. First time drive car on NSE so chiong till shiok.. then kena shock... haha.. serves me right.. but becareful folks.. dun think they aren't around in the middle of the nite...

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    Originally posted by Manzz@Oct 23 2005, 12:20 AM
    WHere got cops aren't owls?.. I was caught while driving to Singapore from KL along Ayer Keroh Area at 3 AM.. They got a remote speed trap camera then further in front about 1km away they got road block
    You probably are rite. Way back from KL , i saw this polis car just waiting at the petronas pump ( dunno which one ) .. I waited long time just so he get out first , then wait some more den ride off . scared he will sneak up from behind if i ride off 1st. The time then was around 2 something a.m.

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    U can download the North-South Expressway Map from this link.

    http://www.plus.com.my/mapp/newmap.pdf

    In PDF format. Direct from the ppl who run the N-S Highway.

    If u want to view online, go to:

    http://www.plus.com.my/maP_overview.asp
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    does anyone know how to get individual town map like( batu pahat, sri gading)????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaimaster View Post
    does anyone know how to get individual town map like( batu pahat, sri gading)????????
    detailed map of small unknown town like bp easily available online, at www.malsingmaps.com, but need the Mapsource software to open them.

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    Default [Enquiry] Towing Fees in NSH

    Hi guys,
    Juz wanna noe,if u happen to have a puncture on ur bike while travelling on the NSH highway,and used the emergency phone located on the highway.is the towing services chargeable?How abt towing ur bike to the nearest petrol station or car/bike workshop?

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    Anyone got msia contacts for towing back to Gelang Patah(GP) if required? Or is PLUS able to do it? Seems that calling a spore tow truck to pick up anywhere further than GP is expensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysnail View Post
    Hi guys,
    Juz wanna noe,if u happen to have a puncture on ur bike while travelling on the NSH highway,and used the emergency phone located on the highway.is the towing services chargeable?How abt towing ur bike to the nearest petrol station or car/bike workshop?

    Pls enlighten me.Thnx.
    the Plus service only provide to cars as they pay tolls not bikes. becareful of those tow trucks as some are dishonest and jack the price rocket high, or mess with your bike. beware.

     

     
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    KL tow back to singapore, rate is about RM500-RM700 on weekends.

    malacca tow back to singapore, RM250-RM350.

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