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KOTA KINABALU: Passengers who use express buses to travel between major towns in Sabah will no longer be served complimentary meals and bottled water following the fuel hike.

Express bus operators have been providing packed nasi campur (rice with vegetables and meat) and drinking water, worth RM4, for those who travel distances of more than six hours.

Sabah Express Bus Operators Council president Donald Hanafi said this was just the first step as they would need a fare revision to stay afloat.

Meanwhile, the Federation of Sabah Lorry Transportation Association has held a meeting and will gather again to study the need to increase charges.
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