More than 20,000 people have registered for the RapidKL unlimited travel passes, according to The Star. “We are expecting more people to sign up for either one of these packages. This would enable commuters to travel with ease and at the same time, save,” RapidKL said in a statement. Two choices are available – the My50 and the My100, priced at RM50 and RM100, respectively.

The My100 pass grants 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. Meanwhile, the My50 pass grants unlimited rides on all RapidKL and MRT feeder buses, excluding the BRT.

To recap, the My50 and My100 passes can be purchased from all LRT and MRT stations, as well as at main bus hubs in Shah Alam, Greenwood, Sri Nilam and Kajang. The unlimited passes will be applicable to Malaysian citizens only as they can only be applied to MyKad or MyTentera identification cards, and non-citizens will use the standard Touch n’ Go payment method instead.

To use flat-rate parking at RapidKL Park n Ride facilities, the My50 and My100 activated MyKad must be tapped at entry to the Park n Ride, and the same MyKad be used for boarding the train.

RapidKL also noted the government’s initiative in engaging support for public transport from 10 of the country’s elite athletes, comprising Datuk Nicol David, Syakilla Salni Jefry Krishnan, Syadatul Afifah Badrul Hawidi, Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, Julian Yee Zhije, Leong Mun Yee, Cheong Jun Hoong, Welson Sim, Goh Liu Ying and paralympian Mohamad Redzuan Mohamad Puzi.