Enhancing sea connectivity

Scores of vehicles moving slowly into the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex via the Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL) in Johor Baru during a festive period. — filepic

JOHOR BARU: The time is right for Malaysia and Singapore to look into new ways to enhance connectivity via sea, either through a ferry or water taxi service in the south.

International Trade, Investment and Utilities Committee chairman Jimmy Puah said both the present land crossings along with the rail link were running at optimal capacity.

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