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Singapore-Malaysia Cross-Border Bus And Taxi Services Resume On 1 May

Once both services resume, the existing Vaccinated Travel Bus Services will cease on the same day.

Adeline Leong

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The cross-border bus and taxi services between Singapore and Malaysia will resume services starting 1 May.

According to New Strait Times, Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) said the cross-border bus services would include:

  • Services 160, 170 and 170X operated by SBS Transit Ltd
  • Service 950 operated by SMRT Buses Ltd
  • Services TS1, TS3, TS6 and TS8 operated by Transtar Travel Pte Ltd

The operating hours of Services 160, 170, 170X and 950 remain the same as pre-Covid where it operates between 5.20am and 12.30am with similar frequency.

Regarding cross-border taxi services, LTA is working closely with Mlaysia counterpart Agensi Pengangkutan Awam Darat (APAD).

Those travelling to Johor can either board a taxi at the Queen Street taxi terminal or book one through taxi companies with licensed cross-border taxi drivers.

With the resumption of cross-border bus services, the existing Vaccinated Travel Bus Services operated by Transtar Travel Pte Ltd and Handal Indah Sdn Bhd will cease on 1 May.


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