About MEX

MAJU Expressway (MEX) officially commenced operations on 13th December 2007, establishing a vital route for commuters travelling between Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and KLIA.

Stretching over 26 kilometers, MEX is meticulously designed to ensure the seamless flow of traffic, serving as a direct alternative route between Kuala Lumpur city centre, the Klang Valley, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya. Additionally, it stands as the most efficient route to reach the heart of Kuala Lumpur city centre from KLIA. Consequently, MEX has solidified its position as the preferred choice for travellers navigating through these key locations.

Offering free-flow regional connectivity to other highways such as Sungai Besi Expressway (BESRAYA), Kuala Lumpur – Seremban Highway, New Pantai Expressway (NPE) and Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), MEX guarantees shorter travel time, comfort, and convenience for its users.

As the Gateway to the Nation, MEX takes pride in being the quickest and shortest expressway link between these essential focal points. The expressway features six interchanges along its alignment;

1. Kampung Pandan Interchange
2. Salak Selatan Interchange
3. Kuchai Lama Interchange
4. Bukit Jalil Interchange
5. Seri Kembangan Interchange
6. Putrajaya Interchange

Since its opening, MEX has demonstrated its capability to support economic growth by facilitating swifter access and improved accessibility in the Klang Valley. Undoubtedly, MEX significantly contributes to the growth and development of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, bridging the cities and promoting better social mobility and interaction among their communities.

Expressway Alignment

Six Interchanges at MEX








From the outset, MESB intended that MEX should afford the highest level of security and comfort to users of the Expressway. MESB has installed a host of safety features on the Expressway including a state-of-the-art Traffic Control and Surveillance System (TCSS) that comprises vehicle detectors and closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras. The TCSS Centre has a direct link to local Emergency Authorities to facilitate immediate assistance in the event of an emergency. It can also supply the media with the current status of traffic on MEX for immediate dissemination to the public.

MEX Ronda is an expressway patrol ever ready to aid drivers who require assistance on the Expressway such as during a vehicle breakdown. Other safety features are emergency telephones and Variable Message Signs along MEX.

MEX also provides a 24-hour dedicated security patrol service. Manned by professionally trained security personnel, this security patrol service is provided along MEX and at the Rest and Service Areas. Notably, the entire Expressway is fully lit at night which contributes to driving comfort and safety.


The two Rest and Service Areas, which are WiFi hotspots, have been invitingly designed to offer travellers an irresistible opportunity to break their journey for some welcome refreshments. The buildings at the Rest and Service Areas exhibit vernacular architecture and facilities in operation include food and beverage outlets, convenience stalls, amenities and Surau (Muslim prayer room). Additional facilities, which are slated for development in each Rest and Service Area, are Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), an Information Centre, petrol stations, a children’s playground and a wakaf (gazebo) in traditional architecture. To create a warm and hospitable Malaysian village ambience, the Rest and Service Areas are artistically landscaped.

Toll Rates

Toll Rates
Class 1
Vehicles with 2 axles and 3 or 4 wheels excluding taxies
Class 2
Vehicles with 2 axles and 5 or 6 wheels excluding buses
Class 3
Vehicles with 3 or more axles
Class 4
Class 5