New security measure causing jams

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  • Saturday, 19 Apr 2003

BERITA Harian highlighted a report about Singapore Immigration and Registration (SIR) Department admitting that the implementation of a new security procedure in March has caused traffic congestion at the Johor Causeway. 

The traffic jam affected at least 50,000 Malaysians who travelled to the island republic to work, SIR corporate relations executive Ngoon Pei Ling said. 

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