Causeway a vital economic link for Johor

The Causeway is known as one of the busiest border crossings in the world. — Filepic

GROWING up in Johor Baru, I always thought the Causeway was nothing more than a road linking Malaysia to Singapore, where thousands of people spend hours stuck in massive traffic congestion every day.

As the son of a retired Customs officer, I spent many hours at the old Johor Customs headquarters in Tanjung Puteri, which is now a high-rise residential area, following my mother to send my father to work or waiting for him to finish work.

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