Tag: Woodlands checkpoint

Heavy Thursday traffic at Tuas checkpoint due to immigration clearance resolved

Singapore —  Unusually heavy traffic was reported at Tuas Checkpoint on Thursday morning, August 29. The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority started issuing advisories to motorists...

M’sia sets up special committee to look into Causeway congestion

A special committee in Malaysia has been formed to consider measures to ease congestion at the Causeway, including expanding the link, building a covered...

Malaysians exiting Singapore caught smuggling woman in car boot at Woodlands Checkpoint

Singapore – Four Malaysians were arrested for trying to smuggle a woman out of Singapore by storing her in the car boot. On February 28,...

ICA officers removed from duty for hitting reckless truck driver near Woodlands Checkpoint

Singapore – At around 4:40 pm on Friday, December 21, two Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers encountered a reckless driver along Woodlands Checkpoint...

ICA media statement sheds light on why Causeway is so clogged this month and...

The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) issued a statement on December 19 to formally address multiple media queries on why the Woodlands and Tuas land...

ICA pins blame for heavy Causeway traffic on a bomb hoax, car breakdowns, and...

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said via a press release on Wednesday, December 19, that the horrific congestion experienced by motorists driving on...

Johor also affected by heavy traffic because of stricter ICA checks at Woodlands and...

Traffic has been unusually heavy at Woodlands and Tuas of late, with delays being reported of not only 4 to 5 hours, and a few...

Massive jams at Tuas and Woodlands, holding traffic up to 8 hours

Singapore – On December 14 at 6:20pm, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) posted via their Facebook page that heavy arrival and departure traffic...

Younger Malaysians happy about new immigration e-cards, older ones still prefer the traditional way

On Thursday last week, Singapore Immigration introduced electronic arrival cards, which are now on a three month trial run. These are designed to take...
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