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How do I get from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur?
For commuters who are travelling from Seremban to the Kuala Lumpur Central Business District, the Besraya Highway provides a stress-free alternative to the KL-Seremban Highway. This is especially true during peak hours where traffic remains congested in front of the TUDM Airbase towards Jalan Istana and Jalan Tun Razak.

The first step is to enter the Besraya Highway through the UPM Interchange from either Kajang or KL-Seremban. Then all it takes is to simply follow the Highway all the way to the Istana Interchange. Along the way, you will pass through the Mines North, Mines South and Salak Jaya Toll Plazas. However, we believe that our journey will benefit you in other ways - through savings in travel time, petrol and vehicle maintenance. Fundamentally, a smooth traffic flow ensures peace of mind and allows you to reach your destination safely.

If you wish to travel on our highway but is unsure of the directions, simply follow the maps provided or take a look on our section on connectivity. For further information, please do not hesitate to email us.

Can I get to other areas from this highway?
A major strength of the Besraya Highway is its strategic centralized location within the Klang Valley. From the Highway, users can access other major areas. Our connectivity allows links with the following highways. (click for map)

- KL - Seremban Highway
- Shah Alam Expressway
- Federal Highway
- East - West Link
- Middle Ring Road II

This connectivity allows our users access to areas such as Cheras, via the East - West Link and Middle Ring Road II, Puchong, Subang and Shah Alam via the Shah Alam Expressway, and Petaling Jaya via the Federal Highway. By utilizing this network, users can access not only the City Centre from UPM, Seremban but also numerous other locations including but not restricted to Kuantan, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and Kajang. As shown by the map below, the possibilities are endless. All this can be achieved simply by choosing the Besraya Highway as your Better Alternative.

What is the Besraya Highway also known as?
The Besraya Highway is also called the Lebuhraya Sungai Besi or Sungai Besi Highway. However, due to its close proximity to the PLUS (North South Expressway) Sungai Besi Toll Plaza, we at Besraya have chosen the name Besraya Highway to help users differentiate the two. In fact, Lebuhraya Sungai Besi is the name gazetted by the Government and the Malaysian Highway Authority for the Besraya Highway.

How many toll plazas are there along the Besraya Highway?
There are three toll plazas along the Besraya Highway. They are:

- Mines South Toll Plaza

- Mines North Toll Plaza

- Salak Jaya Toll Plaza

However, in terms of directional tolling, a user traveling from one end of the highway to another will pass by two toll plazas. This is because both Mines South and Mines North are single directional plazas. Mines South tolls traffic heading South towards UPM, Seremban while Mines North tolls traffic heading North towards the city centre. The Salak Jaya Toll Plaza is the only two-directional tolling plaza on the Besraya Highway.

How many interchanges are located along the Besraya Highway?
There are 10 interchanges spread along the Besraya Highway. These interchanges are designed to ensure smooth traffic flow along our main line while providing access and connectivity to other areas in our surroundings.

For more details on the various interchanges, please refer to the map section on our website.

How do people enter New Pantai Highway (a subsidiary highway with Besraya’s parent company) from Subang Jaya?
Road users travelling from SS18/SS19 or Jalan Tujuan can enter the highway from Jalan Subang Utama-Jalan Jengka roundabout. Road users from Subang Jaya also can enter the highway through Kewajipan Interchange if they travel from Jalan Kewajipan.

How do I get help in case of emergency?
Besraya maintains a toll free number at 1-800-88-0999. During office hours from 8.30am to 5.30pm, this line will be manned by our receptionist who will direct any emergency calls or inquiries to the relevant person-in-charge. After office hours, this line will be connected directly to our patrol team for immediate response to emergencies. Our patrol team is highly trained to handle emergencies ranging from a punctured tire to giving accident assistance and basic first aid.

What are the toll rates?
The Besraya Highway rates are as follows:

Class 1 - RM 1.30 (for cars and small lorries)

Class 2 - RM 2.60 (for lorries with 2 axles and six wheels)

Class 3 - RM 2.60 (for large lorries 3 axles and above)

Class 4 - RM 1.30 (for taxis)

Class 5 - RM 0.70 (for buses)

These toll rates have been approved by the Malaysian Highway Authority and are not subject to change without the Government’s approval.

What does “E9” on the Besraya Highway symbolize?
E9 represents the number of the highway as allocated by the Government. Thus, any road signs or directory bearing the symbol “E9” actually denotes the Besraya Highway. This will allow users to find the right route from other connecting highways and interchanges.

Which Electronic Toll Collection System can I use at Besraya?
Besraya utilizes the Touch n' Go and Smart Tag Electronic Payment System at all three Toll Plazas. This system is compatible with the Touch 'n Go and Smart Tag systems used at other highways. For more info on Touch 'n Go, visit

Other less known FAQs:

What year did Besraya start tolling?
Although the first section of the highway was completed in 1998 before the Commonwealth Games, Besraya only began tolling at its Mines South and Mines North Toll Plazas in January 1999. This facilitated the dispersal of traffic during the games in 1998.

Tolling at the second section through the Salak Jaya Toll Plaza started in April 1999. This signified the total completion of the Besraya or Sungai Besi Highway.

How long is the Besraya Highway?
The Besraya Highway is approximately 16.5 kilometers. This represents the distance from our starting point (chainage 0.0) at the UPM Interchange all the way to the end point (chainage 16.5) at the Istana Interchange.

What is the company's slogan and what does it mean?
The slogan for Besraya (M) Sdn Bhd is 'The Better Alternative'. The slogan signifies the objectives of our company that are:-

- To provide an alternative route to travelers currently utilizing existing overcrowded roads

- While being better by providing a safer, more convenient and stress-free (jam-free) ride to our users

In summary, it means that we strive to consistently improve our highway to truly be the better alternative.

What is Besraya Corporate Color?
Besraya's corporate image is represented by the color green. This color was chosen in line with our commitment to the conservation of the environment and it exudes a soothing effect.