How To Check The Traffic Condition At Woodlands & Tuas Checkpoint
The traffic condition in causeway Singapore and Malaysia is terrible during weekdays certain period, weekends and public holidays.
In planning your journey across Tuas Second Link or Woodlands Causeway, I would recommend anyone of you update the traffic status by using this tool.
1. trafficiti.com (Traffic Camera Woodlands Checkpoint, Tuas Secondlink, EDL Johor Bahru)
It is the best way to avoid traffic jam. Besides that, this tool also able to check for the real-time traffic flow to avoid traffic jam. Many commuters have been using this service and are satisfied with it.
This tool FEATURES include:
- Displays all the traffic conditions of the main roads to and from Tuas and Woodlands Customs.
- Provides up-to-date traffic information to help commuters in planning their journey.
- Detects traffic congestion to avoid frustration of sitting in traffic.
- Provides traffic alerts regarding the breakdown vehicles and accidents, enabling immediate clearance of these inconveniences.
Also read: Woodlands Causeway Toll Charges
LIVE Traffic Camera spots as below:
- Woodlands – Johor Causeway
- Woodlands Checkpoint towards BKE
- Woodlands flyover towards checkpoint
- Woodlands south flyover
- Tuas checkpoint towards Johor and Singapore
- Secondlink Malaysia
- EDL towards CIQ Malaysia custom
Also known as Johor-Singapore Causeway, Woodlands Causeway serves as the first cross-border road in linking Singapore with Malaysia.
This 1056m long Causeway is built in 1924 and it connects Woodlands to Johor Bahru, the southernmost city in Malaysia.
Causeway boasts a railway, 3-lane road and pipes that transfer fresh water into Singapore.
Even though there’s another cross-border road available, majority still prefer to use Causeway.
As a result, traffic jam and noise are quite common here.
Plus, the vehicles emission which causes air pollution has affected the nearby town, especially Woodlands Central Road and Johor Bahru.
Tuas Second Link
In order to overcome the traffic congestion occurred at Causeway, Tuas Second Link is introduced to public in 1998.
Second Link offers smoother traffic compared to Causeway, and hence it takes shorter time to reach the opposite town.
However, Second Link is congested on every Sunday evenings.
This is due to masses of Singaporeans return to their country after spending their lovely weekends in Malaysia.
Woodlands Causeway & Tuas Second Link Traffic
According to statistics, more than 300k people and 50k vehicles are travelling across Woodlands Causeway each day.
Most of them are Malaysians who work in Singapore so they need to head to Singapore early in the morning and return back to Malaysia after work.
This leads to massive traffic jam especially at 7-9am on the road entering Woodlands and after 6pm on the road heading Johor Bahru.
Causeway and Tuas Second Link are both congested during weekends and festive seasons such as Chinese New Year, Christmas, Hari Raya and Deepavali because both Singaporeans and Malaysians are travelling over for vacations.
If you wish to travel in these periods, do check the traffic conditions before getting on the road.
Useful Tips When Using the Woodlands & Tuas Checkpoints
- Avoid bringing forbidden items in and out Singapore. Check for those items at www.ica.gov.sg.
- Always check for validity of passports before getting on road.
- For foreign-registered cars, Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) fee of SGD5 and Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee of SGD35 are charged daily. Buy an Autopass Card to pay for these fees and toll charges.
- ERP fee is charged every time you travel through ERP-priced roads. If you don’t want to pay for fixed ERP fee, install one IU in your car.
- On Saturdays, Sundays and SG Public Holidays, no VEP fee is charged.
- Autopass Card can be bought at toll office of any checkpoint for SGD10 with SGD4 cash value inside. Maximum top-up value is SGD500. Validity is 5 years.
- One Autopass Card is restricted to one vehicle.
- Fill your petrol tank to more than ¾ full or else you are prohibited to leave Singapore.
- Speed limit on these roads is 110km/hr.