RTS LINK PUBLIC INSPECTION
The Rapid Transit System Link (RTS Link) is a railway shuttle link between Johor Bahru, Malaysia and Woodlands, Singapore. When completed, the link will provide a convenient and efficient cross-border mode of transportation between Malaysia and Singapore.
RTS LINK PROJECT VIDEO
FACTS & FIGURES
(at Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru and Woodlands North, Singapore)
Park And Ride
800 car bays and 1,000
motorcycle parking bays
at Bukit Chagar
6:00 am to 12:00 midnight
Train Journey Time
Peak Hours: 3.6 minutes (Ultimate)
Off Peak Hours: 6 minutes (Ultimate)
passengers per day upon opening
10,000 passengers per
hour per direction
Interchange With Other Services
KTM Intercity trains, buses, taxis, future Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) (planned)
1 (At Wadi Hana)
There will be 2 stations, the Bukit Chagar RTS Link Station located at Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru, while the Woodlands North RTS Link Station will be located in Woodlands, Singapore. Station will be connected to other public transport services, such as buses, taxis and rail services such as the KTM Intercity at JB Sentral and the MRT in Woodlands North.
Immigration, Custom and Quarantine Complex (ICQ)
The RTS Link Project includes the building of a new Immigration, Customs and Quarantine (ICQ) Complex next to the station at Bukit Chagar.
The Malaysian ICQ and Singaporean CIQ will be co-located within the same building.
Bukit Chagar RTS Link Station ICQ Complex
RTS Link Infrastructure Company
Malaysia Rapid Transit System Sdn Bhd (MRTS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd is the Malaysian civil infrastructure company (InfraCo) of the RTS Link. MRTS will develop and own the civil infrastructure of the Malaysian section RTS Link.
RTS Link Operator
The RTS Link will be operated by RTS Operations Sdn Bhd (RTSO). The company is a Joint Venture Operations Company between Prasarana Malaysia Berhad of Malaysia and SMRT Corporation Ltd of Singapore.