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KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic flow on the major highways has started to be heavy since mid-day today and is expected to continue until midnight, said a spokesman of the Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM).
He said the East Coast Highway saw heavy traffic because of the slow-moving vehicles.
"The slow traffic was seen from Bentong to Gombak toll plaza, especially in the high area like Genting Sempah," he told Bernama today.
The spokesman said on the North-South Expressway, traffic was slow since 4pm from Simpang Empat to Seremban, Bukit Gantang resthouse to Menora tunnel and Juru toll plaza to Bukit Tambun.
"Until 6pm, the condition at the Sungai Besi and Jalan Duta toll plazas was smooth.
"However, traffic in both directions at Senawang toll plaza was heavy," he said.
He said the traffic was still expected to be smooth until midnight as more people were expected to returned here after the Hari Raya celebrations.
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