Posted in Auto NewsClick on to enlarge RapidKL has introduced that three extra of its bus corridors have gone cashless. The three zones are Damansara, Jalan Ipoh and Jalan Pahang. This comes after buses plying routes in 4 corridors – Cheras, Sungai Besi, Jalan Klang Lama and Ampang – stopped accepting money. MRT feeder buses have gone cashless since February. What this implies is that RapidKL buses will not settle for money as fares, however solely digital playing cards. Passengers must pay both utilizing a Contact n Go card or the Speedy KL Limitless Cross (My100 and My50). TnG card customers can be entitled to 20% off the conventional bus fares. Beneath the cashless system, college students, senior residents and the disabled will nonetheless get to take pleasure in half priced fares, however these teams are required to use for the MyRapid Contact n Go Concession Card. Passengers faucet their card when boarding and faucet once more earlier than getting off the bus. Those that don't have a TnG card can buy one on the bus – the cardboard will value RM10 with preloaded credit score of RM4.80. The cashless fee system can be rolled out in levels, and one last space is ready to go cashless later this month. Click on on the photographs above for extra particulars. The publish Three extra RapidKL bus corridors going cashless appeared first on Paul Tan's Automotive Information.