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Automated Enforcement System (AES) Speed Trap Cameras on Malaysian Highways 2021

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Malaysia’s Automated Enforcement System (AES) was implemented by the Road Transport Department Malaysia (JPJ)  in September 2013 as a more efficient method to enforce traffic laws and regulations. It is more commonly known as speed traps and can be found on highways and traffic lights.

“ZON PERANGKAP HAD LAJU.” As a driver in Malaysia, you’re sure to have come across this sign. It’s the anxiety-inducing warning sign that precedes a collective brake light show on highways. 

The system was heavily debated before it got approved but fast forward almost a decade from implementation, we can’t argue it does give us results. 

In the first 8 months alone, it has reduced accident rates by up to 36.8%. This comes as a result of drivers becoming more compliant with road regulations and the thought of a RM300 fine in mind.


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So where are these speed traps exactly? In the table below, we list down locations of several AES cameras on Malaysia’s several highways. 

It’ll be good to get yourself more familiarized with this list as we await further development of the Land-VTL to allow for personal vehicles to enter Singapore (currently, you can only cross the border by bus).


PLUS Highway (Heading North)

KM
State
Speed Limit (km/h)
1
Johor Bahru
110
97.2
Kuala Muda
110
151.4
Pagoh
110
174
Bandar Baharu
110
184.2
Jasin
110
204.6
Taiping
110
214.4
Alor Gajah
110
299.9
Kampar
110
301.6
Kajang
90
375.9
Slim River
110


PLUS Highway (Heading South)

KM
State
Speed Limit (km/h)
1
Johor Bahru
110
96.3
Sungai Petani
110
104.9
Jasin
110
166.1
Jawi
110
185
Bemban
110
214.4
Alor Gajah
110
255.9
Pantai Timur 2
110
382.8
Behrang
110


LEKAS Highway

Highway
KM
Direction
Speed Limit (km/h)
LEKAS
21
North/South
110
Jalan Lebuh Sentosa
1.6
Towards PICC
70
ELITE Highway
17
North
110
ELITE Highway
28.4
South
110
Guthrie Highway
18
North/South
110
SKVE
6.6
Towards Kajang
80
Gua Musang - Kuala Krai
17
Towards Kota Bahru
90
East Coast Highway 2
156.1
Towards Kuala Lumpur
110


As mentioned, getting caught exceeding the speed limit will come with a RM300 fine. It's also a package deal that comes with demerit points. Find out more about traffic fines in Malaysia here.

Mind the traps and watch your speed folks!


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