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Tanjung Malim – Slim River Highway

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North end: Slim River
 
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Tanjung Malim-Slim River Highway, Federal Route 1 is a major highway in Perak and Selangor state, Malaysia. This was the first tolled highway in Malaysia.

History

The road was upgraded into tolled highway in 1966 and it was opened to traffic on same year. Toll collection began on 6 am on 16 March 1966. Cars were tolled 50 cents, buses and lorries RM1 and motorcycles 20 cents. In 1994, with the completion of the North-South Expressway, the toll plaza is removed and it became a toll-free highway.


List of Interchange

km Exit Interchange To Remarks
NORTH
1 Sungkai
1 Bidor
1 Tapah
1 Kampar
1 Ipoh
58 Teluk Intan
E1 AH2 AH2 NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY NORTHERN ROUTE
Bukit Kayu Hitam
Ipoh
1 TANJUNG MALIM-SLIM RIVER HIGHWAY
Start/End of highway
SLIM RIVER
SLIM RIVER TOWN JUNCTIONS
Slim River Hospital
SLIM RIVER
JALAN KUALA SLIM JUNCTIONS
WEST
A134
Slim River railway station
T-junctions
SLIM RIVER
JALAN SLIM JUNCTIONS
EAST
A121
JALAN SLIM
Slim
Sungai Bil waterfall
T-junctions
Sungai Slim bridge
Kampung Balun
Slim River Layby North bound
Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR) store
(Former Slim River toll plaza control centre)
The First Tolled Highway in Malaysia Opened in 1966
Historical site
Slim River Toll Plaza
The First Tolled Highway in Malaysia Opened in 1966
Toll free
Historical site
Slim River Layby South bound
Kampung Sungai Behrang
KAMPUNG SUNGAI BEHRANG JUNCTIONS
EAST
Kampung Sungai Behrang
FELDA Sungai Behrang
T-junctions
Politeknik Sultan Azlan Shah (PSAS)
Sungai Behrang bridge
BEHRANG
BEHRANG-TANJUNG MALIM HIGHWAY JUNCTIONS
EAST
193 Sungai Bil waterfall
T-junctions
BEHRANG
BEHRANG STESEN JUNCTIONS
WEST
A--
Behrang railway stations
Kampung Gedangsa
Sabak Bernam
T-junctions
BEHRANG-NSE JUNCTIONS E1 AH2 AH2 NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY NORTHERN ROUTE
NORTH
Bukit Kayu Hitam
Ipoh
Slim River
SOUTH
Kuala Lumpur
Rawang
Tanjung Malim
T-junctions
Start/End of dual carriageway
Bridge
Start/End of dual carriageway
Wawasan Mesra Industrial Area
WAWASAN MESRA JUNCTIONS
T-junctions
Tanjung Malim estate
Start/End of dual carriageway
PROTON CITY HIGHWAY INTERCHANGE EAST
193 Proton City
Trumpet interchange
TANJUNG MALIM
TANJUNG MALIM TOWN JUNCTIONS
SOUTH
1 JALAN BANDAR TANJUNG MALIM
1 Tanjung Malim town centre
Tanjung Malim railway station
T-junctions
TANJUNG MALIM
KETOYONG JUNCTIONS
NORTHEAST
193 Proton City

SOUTH
JALAN KETOYONG
T-junctions
TANJUNG MALIM Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) Junctions
Perak Darul Ridzuan
Batang Padang district border
Tanjung Malim sub-district border
Sungai Bernam Bridge
Perak-Selangor Border
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Hulu Selangor district border
Ulu Bernam Kampung Ramli
Kampung Pinang
Ulu Bernam Taman Bahtera
Sungai Kalumpang bridge
TANJUNG MALIM-NSE INTERCHANGE NORTHWEST
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY NORTHERN ROUTE
NORTH
Bukit Kayu Hitam
Ipoh
Behrang
SOUTH
Kuala Lumpur
Rawang
Lembah Beringin
Half diamond interchange with railway crossing bridge
Bernam Jaya
BERNAM JAYA INTERCHANGE
Bernam Jaya Half diamond interchange with railway crossing bridge
1 TANJUNG MALIM-SLIM RIVER HIGHWAY
Start/End of highway
SOUTH
1 Kalumpang
1 Kerling
1 Kuala Kubu Bharu
1 Rawang
1 Kuala Lumpur
55 Bukit Fraser

See also

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