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Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Kuala Lumpur
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 July – More than 160,000 MyRapid cardholders have migrated to the  new MyRapid Touch ‘n Go (MyRapid TnG) cards since the migration exercise was conducted by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana) on 15 June.

More than 40,000 of the total cards migrated comprised concession cards for students,  senior citizens, and people with disabilities, Prasarana said in a statement here today. The migration to the new MyRapid TnG cards is to facilitate seamless travel on all Rapid KL networks including Phase Two of the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line which would be opened on 17 July. 

Phase Two of the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line would integrate seamlessly with the LRT Kelana Jaya Line at Pasar Seni, and the LRT Sri Petaling/ Ampang Line at Maluri and Plaza Rakyat. 

As the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line ticketing system only accepts tokens and stored  value cards under the Touch ‘n Go platform, MyRapid cardholders who enter the MRT system via the LRT networks would have a challenge exiting at the MRT stations. 

As such, it is important for MyRapid cardholders to migrate their stored value cards to the  new MyRapid Touch ‘n Go cards.

In facilitating the migration of the concession cards, Prasarana has opened additional  migration centres at Subang Jaya and Awan Besar on 21 June; and Sri Rampai LRT station 

on 30 June, in addition to the main centre at Pasar Seni bus hub.

Open daily, between 7am and 7pm, until this Saturday, the three additional MyRapid  concession migration centres had allowed concession card holders to swiftly migrate their cards. 

As senior citizens and people with disabilities are given priority at the three LRT stations  during the migration process, it took them less than 15 minutes to complete the entire 

migration process.

The migration process of student concession cards took between 30 minutes and 90  minutes, depending on the crowd size. 

Students are advised to plan their time when migrating their cards at the three LRT stations  or the Pasar Seni Concession Card Centre. The staff or volunteers managing the information counter would share the estimated waiting time when the students collect their queue numbers. 

While the migration of the concession cards are only allowed at the four centres, the  exchange of the generic MyRapid card, which has a black background, could be done at the Customer Service Offices at most LRT, BRT, and monorail stations. 

The migration of the generic card would take less than five minutes at most LRT stations.  The migration of both the concession and generic cards is free of charge. 

The satisfied card holders included elderly couple Loh and Cheah who had their MyRapid  concession cards exchanged at the Awan Besar LRT station; and IACT students Danial 

Ismail and Intan Nazura who had their MyRapid student concession cards migrated in  less than five minutes at the Awan Besar LRT Station.

Danial Ismail & Intan Nazura from IACT migrated their myrapid concession cards at Awan Besar LRT Station in less than 5 minutes
Loving couple Loh and Cheah happily showing off their new MyRapid TnG concession card after getting them renewed at Awan Besar LRT station

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