|Guthrie Corridor Expressway|
|Maintained by Prolintas with its subsidiary Prolintas Expressway Sdn Bhd (PEX)|
|Length||25.0 km (15.5 mi)|
|History||Completed in 2005|
|North end||Rawang South Interchange|
| North–South Expressway Northern Route|
Kuala Lumpur–Kuala Selangor Expressway
Federal Route 54
Damansara–Shah Alam Elevated Expressway
North–South Expressway Central Link
New Klang Valley Expressway
B9 Jalan Subang–Batu Tiga
|South end||Shah Alam|
|Shah Alam, Klang, Rawang, Kuang, Lagong, Paya Jaras, Sungai Buloh, Subang, Bukit Jelutong|
Guthrie Corridor Expressway, GCE, (Malay: Lebuhraya Koridor Guthrie) is an expressway in Klang Valley, Selangor, Malaysia. It connects Shah Alam to Rawang. GCE is approximately 25 km (16 mi) (23 km (14 mi) long on the Prolintas sections and 2 km (1.2 mi) on the PLUS Expressway sections). The expressway is unique in Malaysia in that all project costs, including land acquisition, were completely borne by the concessionaire. Of the land acquired, 80 percent was from a plantation company Guthrie Berhad which in 2007 merged with two other companies to form Sime Darby. Today this expressway is owned by Prolintas and its subsidiary Prolintas Expressway Sdn Bhd. The starting point of the highway or 'Kilometre Zero' is located at the Jalan Monfort intersection near Shah Alam.
The proposal to develop GCE began in 2002 when Guthrie Berhad became a major shareholder of this project apart from owning other businesses such as large plantations and property development projects. Construction started in 2003. GCE was built along an oil palm estate owned by Guthrie Berhad and was completed in April 2005. It commenced operations in July 2005.
In August 2007, GCE became a subsidiary of Prolintas Expressway Sdn Bhd (PEX).
- Smooth access from Shah Alam to northern states without being trapped in common traffic jams in the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE).
- Many oil palm estates with property development potential along this expressway.
- Motorcycle lane.
- SOS emergency.
- Competitive toll rate.
- Speed limits are 90 km/h–110 km/h
- Several rest areas (R&R) near toll plazas with free Wi-Fi
- Malaysian Road Transport Department (JPJ) Enforcement Stations
GCE adopts an open toll system.
Electronic Toll Collections (ETC)
As part of an initiative to facilitate faster transactions at the Bukit Jelutong, Elmina and Lagong Toll Plazas, all toll transactions at these three toll plazas on GCE are conducted electronically via Touch 'n Go cards or SmartTAGs beginning 2 March 2016.
There are three toll plazas along GCE, each charging the same rate.
(Starting 15 October 2015)
|Class||Type of vehicles||Rate|
(in Malaysian Ringgit (RM))
|1||Vehicles with 2 axles and 3 or 4 wheels excluding taxis||RM 1.90|
|2||Vehicles with 2 axles and 5 or 6 wheels excluding buses||RM 3.80|
|3||Vehicles with 3 or more axles||RM 5.70|
List of interchanges and rest and service areas
Below is a list of interchanges (exits), laybys and rest and service areas along GCE. The exits are arranged in ascending numerical order from North to South.
- I/C - interchange, I/S - intersection, RSA - Rest and service area, OBR - overhead bridge restaurant, L/B - layby, V/P - vista point, TN - tunnel, T/P - toll plaza, BR - bridge
|Selangor||Gombak||EXIT 115||Rawang South I/C & JCT||North–South Expressway Northern Route – Kuala Lumpur, Rawang, Ipoh, Penang, Alor Setar||110 km/h|
|T/P||Rawang South Toll Plaza||TnG POS TnG POS||60 km/h|
|EXIT 3501||Kuang I/C & JCT|| Kuala Lumpur–Kuala Selangor Expressway (Latar Expressway) – Lumut, Kuala Selangor, Ijok, Rawang, Selayang, Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur
B29 Jalan Lagong – Batu Arang, Kundang, Kundang Lake, Gamuda Gardens
|BR||Pipeline crossing bridge|
|T/P||Lagong Toll Plaza||TnG POS TnG POS||60 km/h|
|EXIT 3502||Lagong I/C||B25 Selangor State Route B25 – Lagong, Kuang||110 km/h||Stub interchange|
|BR||Sungai Kundang bridge|
|Petaling||EXIT 3503||Paya Jaras I/C||Jalan Kuala Selangor – Paya Jaras, Kuala Selangor, Sungai Buloh|
|BR||Sungai Buloh bridge|
|T/P||Elmina Toll Plaza||TnG POS TnG POS||60 km/h|
|RSA||Elmina RSA||Elmina RSA -||110 km/h||Northbound|
|JPJ Enforcement Station||Northbound|
|JPJ Enforcement Station||Southbound|
|EXIT 3504||Elmina I/C||Persiaran Atmosfera – Elmina, Subang Bestari|
|RSA||Elmina RSA||Elmina RSA -||Northbound|
|EXIT 3505||Bukit Subang I/C||Jalan Subang–Batu Tiga – Bukit Subang, Subang, Sungai Buloh||90 km/h|
|EXIT 3505A||Denai Alam I/C||Damansara–Shah Alam Elevated Expressway – Puncak Perdana, Puncak Alam, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Damansara, Subang||Planned|
|EXIT 3506A||Jalan Batu Arang exit||B49 Persiaran Mokhtar Dahari – Puncak Alam, Batu Arang, Kuala Selangor||Exit from southbound only|
|T/P||Bukit Jelutong Toll Plaza||TnG POS TnG POS||60 km/h|
|EXIT 3506||Bukit Jelutong North I/C||Jalan Subang-Batu Tiga – Bukit Jelutong, Subang, Sungai Buloh, Batu Arang||90 km/h||No entry from northbound|
Northern terminus of concurrency with
|EXIT 3507||Bukit Jelutong Central I/C||B9 Jalan Montford – Bukit Jelutong, Taman TTDI Jaya, Subang Air Force Base (TUDM Subang)|
|EXIT 3508||Bukit Jelutong-NKVE I/C|| New Klang Valley Expressway – Klang, Port Klang, Kuala Lumpur, Kuantan, Damansara
North–South Expressway Central Link – Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Persiaran Astaka – Taman TTDI Jaya
|Bukit Jelutong exit||Persiaran Gerbang Utama – Bukit Jelutong (Section U8)||Northbound|
|0.0||BR||Sungai Damansara bridge|
|Through to Jalan Subang–Batu Tiga|