Drop in S’pore visitors sees drop in Johor trades

Rare sight: A view of the clear road entering Johor at the Causeway. The number of visitors crossing over from Singapore has seen a marked decrease, and vice-versa.

JOHOR BARU: It used to be a perennial problem that no remedial measure seemed to have an effect on the Causeway jam.

But checks over the past two weeks have shown that use of the oldest link between Malaysia and Singapore has come to a bare minimum, even during peak hours.

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