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Kuala Lumpur: Traffic on major highways was back to normal as of 10 pm after some congestion this afternoon, said a spokesman of the Malaysian Highway Authority.
He said, however, that traffic flow along certain stretches in the north was still at a crawl.
"Among these are Bertam to Sungai Dua, Tambun to Juru and onwards to Jawi, and from the Menora Tunnel to the north of Ipoh as well as from Gopeng to Slim River.
"In the south, traffic was slow from Senawang heading towards Nilai and smooth after Nilai," he said when contacted by Bernama.
The public can obtain traffic updates at Plus through its toll-free Plusline, 1800-88-0000, and Twitter site, www.twitter.com/plustrafik. -- Bernama