The Malaysia-Singapore Second Link is a bridge connecting Johor, Malaysia and Singapore. It was built to reduce traffic congestion at the Johor-Singapore Causeway and opened in 1998. It has a dual-three lane carriageway and is approximately 6 kilometers in length.
The Malaysian side of the bridge is connected to the Second Link Expressway, and the Singapore side connects to the Ayer Rajah Expressway.
The Tuas Checkpoint on the Singapore side is a vehicular checkpoint only, and pedestrians are not allowed to walk along the bridge. The Second Link is usually faster for travel between Malaysia and Singapore, but can still experience heavy traffic during festive periods.
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