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Motorcyclists will not be able to enter Malaysia through the Woodlands Checkpoint from September 20th 11:00 PM to September 21st 04:00 AM.
According to a Facebook post from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), motorcyclists departing from Singapore are advised to use the Tuas Checkpoint instead.
Due to road signage work
From September 20 at 11:59 PM to September 21 at 4 AM, signage replacement work will be carried out in all motorcycle arrival areas in Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) CIQ complex.
As a result, ICA said it will not conduct an immigration check on departure for motorcycles at Woodlands Checkpoint.
Motorists can continue to visit ICA’s Facebook page for more information.
According to ICA, traffic flow through Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints is gradually returning to pre-Covid-19 volumes.
The weekend leading up to the September school holidays saw heavy traffic at both land checkpoints, leading to long queues as some drivers had to wait up to seven hours to cross the Singapore-Johor Bahru border.
Over the weekend of Aug. 26 to 28, more than 313,000 people passed through Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints daily, ICA said.
Top images via Anberasan Thangarajoo Facebook
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