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Decision To Abolish All Tolls Could Come By The End Of The Year

The moment we've all been waiting for.


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Decision To Abolish All Tolls Could Come By The End Of The Year

A happy ending for 2018?

We've never waited so anxiously for anything this long since we waited exactly ten years for 'Avengers: Infinity War'.

But now, our wait could soon be coming to an end, if the latest report is to be believed.

According to Works Minister Baru Bian, the decision to abolish all tolls in Malaysia could come by the end of the year.

We can't contain ourselves.
Baru told The Sun that the Ministry are still having discussions with the stakeholders regarding the issue, but he is confident that both parties can meet in the middle.

If things go according to plan, the abolition of tolls will be finalised in two to three months, he said.

"We are looking for a sensible solution that will be beneficial to all stakeholders and the new government," he was quoted by the daily as saying.

The talks have been encouraging, Baru revealed, and all parties are working towards a middle ground.

It is time.
Previously, the Pakatan Harapan government has promised to abolish all tolls after they won the 14th General Elections, but the plan hit a snag after the new government found out that the country's debt was over RM1 trillion.

In July, Baru said the government will only look at abolishing tolls after the country's economy stablises.

So, we guess the time is now lah! Please don't let us down, Mr. Minister. We've been waiting so long for this.

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