RM375,000 per year
Size: 40 ' x 60'
Production: RM8 per square feet
The MRR (Middle Ring Road) forms one of the main roads in Kuala Lumpur specifically Cheras, Gombak and Ampang where it connects hundreds of vehicle owners each day. This stretch of the highway is used by commuters who travel to and from work each day on their privately owned vehicles where it is known to be one of the most congested areas of the city.
Connects Ampang, Gombak, Genting Klang with city centre
MRR2 is a very important expressway in the Klang Valley as it connects those living around the southern suburbs with those in the east while this highway provides access to many areas along that way. Hence, it is very common for those coming in from places like Cheras, Sri Petaling, Subang and Klang to connect to places like Wangsa Maju, the city centre and Damansara through MRR2.
MRR2 is one of the major stretches along this highly utilized expressway because it is through this stretch that vehicle owners are able to access to the city center. This is possible through the intersection that will bypass Ampang and Gombak, one of the highly rated residential areas in Kuala Lumpur.
Depending on the time of the day, this stretch is used by different segments of people. The mornings and evenings are basically used by young working professionals who travel to and from work while other times are by families and those who are passing by to get to known places further up north like Genting Highlands and the national Zoo.
There are several billboards along the MRR2 where costing of placing ads on this media is around RM80,000-RM400,000 per year. Production costs will depend on the image and printing quality which starts around RM8 per square feet not inclusive of installation and maintenance fees. Apart from that, the advertiser is responsible to bearing the electricity costs as well.