Commuters on land public transport can now use an unlimited travel pass from January 1 next year. Known as the My50 and My100, each pass is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase and is applied to the MyKad, MyKid or MyTentera identification cards.

For RM100, the My100 pass grants commuters access to unlimited rides on all RapidKL lines of rail and road transport, including MRT, LRT, monorail, BRT Sunway, RapidKL buses and MRT feeder buses, while for RM50 the My50 pass offers unlimited rides on all RapidKL and MRT feeder buses, excluding BRT.

Both My50 and My100 commuter passes are already available for purchase at all LRT and MRT stations, as well as at main bus hubs at Shah Alam, Greenwood, Sri Nilam and Kajang. Renewal of the passes can be done in person at any RapidKL customer service counter or Touch n’ Go counter, or via auto-renewal which can be selected following the purchase of the My50 or My100 passes.

As the My50 and My100 commuter passes are only applied to the MyKad or MyTentera identification cards, this will apply to Malaysian citizens only. Non-citizens will instead use the standard Touch n’ Go payment method. Students below the age of 12 can use the unlimited pass system with MyRapid concession cards.

Existing Smart 7, Smart 30 and MyRapid Bus 30 subscription plans will be replaced by the My50 or My100 passes, and the remaining days on the preceding plans cannot be migrated to the new passes. My50 and My100 pass holders can continue to enjoy flat-rate parking at RapidKL Park n Ride facilities, though the My50 or My100-activated MyKad must be tapped at entry to the Park n Ride, and the same MyKad be used for boarding the train.