Long traffic jams are commonplace when crossing the causeway. But one Singaporean family had to endure seven hours of traffic just to get home from downtown Johor Bahru.
There are quite a few weekdays as well.
In a Dec. 20 TikTok video, Shin Cheng, 36, said he visited JB with his family on Monday to eat and shop for seafood.
On my way home around 21:00, I encountered a traffic jam.
A five-second clip showed a view of the jam taken from the viaduct.
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He told AsiaOne that his family had taken the bridge to go to the restrooms at the petrol station on the other side of the road.
They spent about six hours driving to JB Customs, Immigration Bureau and Quarantine Facility.
During that time, Shin Chen said he watched YouTube videos, read articles, and played Mobile Legends on his phone.
By the time the family crossed over to Singapore, it was already past 3am.
Ms Xing Chen said it was the worst traffic jam she encountered on the causeway.
“I travel to JB fairly often and the most I’ve ever experienced was a 4 hour stack. [in a jam],” He said.
Many people are known to travel to Malaysia at the end of the year, often causing congestion on the causeway.Renovation.
Those traveling between Singapore and Malaysia during the year-end and New Year holidays Heavy traffic expected at Woodlands and Tuas checkpointssaid the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) on Monday.
Travelers can monitor traffic conditions at checkpoints via ICA’s Facebook and Twitter accounts or One Motoring’s website.
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