Bridge access to Jerejak isle


An aerial view of Pulau Jerejak showing the jetty of a closed down resort (left) and a floating fish farm in the distance. — filepix

YES, there will be a four-lane bridge between Penang and Pulau Jerejak islands.

But only pedestrians, cyclists and electric cars will be allowed across and development on the island will be the paragon of a green residential utopia.

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