1. JB-Singapore RTS Link to shorten travelling time for commuters who ply Causeway daily  CNA
  2. Promise of affordable fares on JB-Singapore RTS link as project resumes (Update)  The Star Online
  3. S'pore, M'sia mark resumption of RTS Link; fares will not be costly | THE BIG STORY  The Straits Times
  4. RTS to cost close to RM10 billion  New Straits Times
  5. RM10bil RTS Link to go ahead, complete by end 2026  The Star
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JOHOR BARU: The Rapid Transit System (RTS) project, which will commence early next year, is expected to cost almost RM10 billion.

RTS to cost close to RM10 billion | New Straits Times

He said the basic thinking behind the rail project remains true and the Republic is studying Malaysia's proposals on changes.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Singapore News -He said the basic thinking behind the rail project remains true and the Republic is studying Malaysia's proposals on changes.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

KL-S'pore High-Speed Rail discussions ongoing, both sides hard at work to meet year-end deadline, Singapore News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

ASIA: A ceremony on the causeway linking Singapore and Malaysia on July 30 marked the official resumption of work on the Johor Bahru – Singapore Rapid Transit System Link Project to develop a high capacity urban rail corridor between the countries. Officials remained on their own sides of the causeway ...ASIA: A ceremony on the causeway linking Singapore and Malaysia on July 30 marked the official resumption of work on the Johor Bahru - Singapore Rapid Transit System Link Project to develop a high capacity urban rail corridor between the countries. Officials remained on their own sides ...

Malaysia – Singapore Rapid Transit System project back on | Urban news | Railway Gazette International

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KUALA LUMPUR - Fares on the much-anticipated cross-border Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) link will be affordable, as prices will be set with the low-income group and daily commuters in mind to make the project viable, said Malaysia's Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong on Thursday (July 30).KUALA LUMPUR - Fares on the much-anticipated cross-border Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) link will be affordable, as prices will be set with the low-income group and daily commuters in mind to make the project viable, said Malaysia's Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong on Thursday (July 30).

Promise of affordable fares on JB-Singapore RTS link as project resumes (Update) | The Star

Malaysia and Singapore on Thursday signed a fresh agreement to proceed with the stalled construction of a metro link between the two neighbours seen as crucial to easing traffic congestion at one of the world’s busiest border crossings. The pact was marked with a ceremony attended by Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Malaysian counterpart Muhyiddin Yassin at...Malaysia and Singapore on Thursday signed a fresh agreement to proceed with the stalled construction of a metro link between the two neighbours seen as crucial to easing traffic congestion at one of the world’s busiest border crossings. The pact was marked with a ceremony attended by Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Malaysian counterpart Muhyiddin Yassin at...

Stalled Malaysia-Singapore RTS link gets fresh push as ties thaw post-Mahathir, Malaysia News - AsiaOne

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JOHOR BARU, Malaysia -- Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to commence construction of a light-rail connection in early 2021, reviving a project thatMuhyiddin and Lee kick off $2.4bn project with meeting across border demarcation

Malaysia and Singapore greenlight rail link delayed by Mahathir - Nikkei Asian Review

As reported earlier, today saw the prime ministers and transport ministers of Malaysia and Singapore meet at the Causeway for a signing ceremony that marks the official resumption of the JB-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) […]

JB-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project officially resumes after Causeway signing ceremony - paultan.org

JOHOR BAHRU: The Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project will bring huge economic benefits to the southern state of Johor, while easing the ...JOHOR BAHRU: The Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project will bring huge economic benefits to the southern state of Johor, while easing the ...

Malaysia transport minister lauds economic benefits of RTS Link project for Johor - CNA

SINGAPORE — Singapore and Malaysia have resumed the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) project, which will now be a standalone light rail transit (LRT) system and expected to start operations by the end of 2026, two years later than initially planned.SINGAPORE — Singapore and Malaysia have resumed the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) project, which will now be a standalone light rail transit (LRT) system and expected to start operations by the end of 2026, two years later than initially planned.

Singapore, Malaysia officially resume RTS Link project, completion date set back by two years

SINGAPORE and Malaysia inked an agreement on Thursday to resume a long-awaited cross-border train project that will connect the city-state with Johor Bahru, according to a joint statement from both countries. Read more at The Business Times.SINGAPORE and Malaysia inked an agreement on Thursday to resume a long-awaited cross-border train project that will connect the city-state with Johor Bahru, according to a joint statement from both

Singapore, Malaysia agree to resume RTS Link project; due to operate by end-2026, Transport - THE BUSINESS TIMES

After three delays and more than a year, Singapore and Malaysia officially relaunched the Johor Bahru – Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link in a signing ceremony at the Causeway on Thursday morning (30 July).After three delays and more than a year, Singapore and Malaysia officially relaunched the Johor Bahru – Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link in a signing ceremony at the Causeway on Thursday morning (30 July).

Singapore, Malaysia officially relaunch RTS Link project

The 4km RTS Link between Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru and Woodlands, Singapore can accommodate 10,000 passengers for each trip and up to 288,000 passengers per day.The 4km RTS Link between Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru and Woodlands, Singapore can accommodate 10,000 passengers for each trip and up to 288,000 passengers per day.

Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System to be completed by end of 2026