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Singapore, Malaysia eye binding deal on Woodlands-JB train link by end-2017

They decide that a high bridge across the Strait of Johor as the most suitable option, eschewing a low bridge and a tunnel
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 05:50

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PM Lee hopes that Singapore can sign a bilateral agreement on the RTS by the end of next year while Mr Najib says that the RTS will be integrated into the underground system in Singapore's MRT network.

Putrajaya

THE planned Rapid Transit System (RTS) linking Singapore and Johor Bahru will be connected by a high bridge, and plans are now underway for Singapore and Malaysia to ink a legally binding deal on the project by the end of 2017.

At a press conference alongside Malaysian

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