Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing

The bridge links Kampung Ladang at Tanjung Kupang in Johor (Malaysia) to Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim at Tuas on Singapore's western tip. Spanning 2km, about 1.7km of the three-lane dual carriageway is over Malaysian waters, with a maximum navigational clearance of 75m in the center.

With its spacious six lanes, the new bridge will have a capacity of 200,000 vehicles a day, which is four times the load on the old causeway linking Johor Baru and Woodlands, Singapore. The difference between two linkways is that the new one avoids the busy Johor Bahru city area.

Linkedua (M) Berhad manages, operates and maintains the MSSC bridge and 44 km of interlinking expressways connected to the bridge. Linkedua will be responsible for toll collection for the duration of the concession period of 30 years up to year 2023, subject to extension or earlier termination.