Tag: RTS Link Project

RTS rail link connecting JB to Woodlands delayed another 3 months due to coronavirus

Singapore—A further delay of three months has been agreed upon by Malaysia and Singapore to reach an agreement on the 4.2 km RTS link...

Khaw Boon Wan: JB-S’pore RTS Link set to proceed, but suspension extended to April...

Singapore—In an answer to a parliamentary question on November 4, Monday, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said that the suspension of the construction of...

MOT: Malaysia’s decision to proceed with JB-S’pore RTS ‘welcome’

Singapore—The country’s Ministry of Transport welcomed the news from Malaysia concerning its decision to proceed with the construction of the Rapid Transit System (RTS)...

Malaysia misses deadline again for RTS decision

Kuala Lumpur—The Malaysian government announced that they have not made final decisions regarding the long-delayed construction of the Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project. They...

M’sian Transport Minister says details of JB-SG rail link will be finalised by month...

Kuala Lumpur—The long-awaited details concerning the railway between Singapore and Johor Baru will be announced within the next two weeks, according to an announcement...

Malaysian gov’t “committed” to meeting Oct 31 deadline for Johor-Singapore RTS Link talks

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke announced that the final details of the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) will be settled...

Johor-Singapore RTS Link construction delayed again

Singapore—Malaysia's Ministry of Transport announced that it has come to an agreement with Singapore to extend the decision regarding the construction of the Johor...

Malaysian Transport Minister said he understands the RTS project better after Khaw Boon Wan...

Singapore— After the suspension of the Singapore-Johor Bahru Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link had been announced, Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan took his...

MOT says its “possible” for Malaysia to be given a 6-month extension for RTS...

Singapore—In a statement dated April 4, Thursday, the Ministry of Transport (MOT) has said that its “possible” for Malaysia to be given a six-month...