My50 Travel Pass To Replace My30 Starting 1 January

The new My50 gets you unlimited rides on LRT, MRT, BRT, Monorail and RapidKL busses and MRT shuttles.
(Credit: MalayMail).

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The My50 unlimited rail and bus pass will go on sale on 1 Jan 2022, said Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong. It will replace the My30 travel pass which was introduced under the PENJANA scheme last year.

The new unlimited travel pass will cost RM50 and is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. It can be used at any Prasarana Malaysia Berhad’s train or bus service in the Klang Valley area.

This includes the LRT, MRT, BRT, Monorail and RapidKL busses and MRT shuttles.

Meanwhile the My50 travel pass will also be made available in Penang for those use the Rapid Penang busses. These will be called Pas Mutiara My50.

Datuk Seri Dr. Wee Ka Siong (middle) introducing the My50 pass at Gombak LRT station. (Credit: Wee Ka Siong/Facebook).

The My30 pass will still be on sale until 31 Dis 2020 and is valid until 30 Jan 2021.

The government has allocated RM115 million to subsidise the travel pass.

The My50 pass will be available for purchase at the RapidKL customer service offices in Sunway Line BRT stations and all LRT, MRT and Monorail stations in the Klang Valley.

The pass is also available at these select Rapid KL Bus hubs:

  • Pasar Seni.
  • Chow Kit.
  • KLCC.
  • Sri Nilam.
  • Puchong Utama.
  • Pearl Point.
  • Sunway Pyramid.
  • Greenwood.
  • SS2 Shah Alam.

The Pas Mutiara My50 will be available at these locations in Penang:

  • KOMTAR.
  • Terminal B Weld Quay.
  • Penang Sentral.
  • Bukit Jambul Rapid Penang Headquarters, Lorong Kulit.
  • Dato Kailan Complex in Kepala Batas.
  • Balik Pulau.
  • Bukit Mertajam.

Alternatively, Prasarana also offers the Keluarga Malaysia Pass, an RM15 one-day travel pass that lets a group of four take unlimited rides on Prasarana-owned bus and rail services. However, it is only valid on weekends and public holidays.

READ MORE:
The RM15 Keluarga Malaysia One-Day Pass Will Only Work On Weekends & Public Holidays

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