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Singapore-Johor cross-border train to be complete by 2024 - Connected to India (press release) (blog)

Singapore-Johor cross-border train to be complete by 2024Connected to India (press release) (blog)By the end of 2024, Singaporeans will be able to travel by a cross-border MRT to Johor Bahru for their weekend getaways. This will be a joint venture between Singapore rail company SMRT and Malaysia's metro operator Prasarana Malaysia. Woodlands ...and more »

Malaysia and Singapore to sign deal on rail travel to JB - The Star Online

Malaysia and Singapore to sign deal on rail travel to JBThe Star OnlineMALAYSIA and Singapore are expected to sign a bilateral agreement for the Rapid Transit System (RTS) project in December, which will improve travel between the island republic and Johor. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Abdul ...and more »

New train service to replace S'pore-JB shuttle by 2024 - THE BUSINESS TIMES

New train service to replace S'pore-JB shuttle by 2024THE BUSINESS TIMESSingaporeans will be able to hop on an MRT train in Woodlands to cross the border to Johor Baru by Dec 31, 2024. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG. Johor Baru. SINGAPOREANS will be able to hop on an MRT train in Woodlands to cross the border to Johor ...and more »

Singapore to Johor Baru MRT service to start by end-2024 - The Straits Times;

Singapore to Johor Baru MRT service to start by end-2024 - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesSingapore to Johor Baru MRT service to start by end-2024The Straits TimesPassengers will be able to hop on an MRT train in Woodlands to cross the border to Johor Baru by Dec 31, 2024. The Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link can carry up to 10,000 passengers an hour in each direction between Johor's Bukit Chagar terminus ...and more »

Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link's first step: Terms for joint venture firm - The Straits Times;

Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link's first step: Terms for joint venture firm - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesJohor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link's first step: Terms for joint venture firmThe Straits TimesThe terms for a joint venture company to operate the cross-border MRT system between Woodlands and Johor must be agreed on "within the next few months", Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan said yesterday.and more »