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     FrontPage Edition: Sat 12 January 2008

 Revision of tolls for the Causeway and the Second Link

Source: www.lta.gov.sg

Revision Of Tolls For The Causeway And The Second Link

Singapore's toll rates are pegged to those set by Malaysia for the use of the Causeway and Second Link. The current revision of Singapore's toll rates at the Causeway and Second Link takes into consideration the new rates introduced by Malaysia on 1 January 2008, and current Singapore Dollar-Malaysian Ringgit exchange rate.
The revised tolls for the Causeway and the Second Link are shown in the tables below. The revised toll rates will apply to motorists on both inward and outward-bound for the Second Link, and only for outward bound traffic on the Causeway.

Causeway tolls with effect from 1 February 2008

Vehicle Category Current Rates*(outbound traffic only) Revised Rates (outbound traffic only)
Motorcycles

nil

nil

Cars

$1.20

$1.20

Van/ Small Lorries

$1.80

$1.90

Big Lorries

$2.40

$2.60

Taxis

$0.60

$0.60

Buses

$0.90

$1.00

* Singapore tolls since March 2002

Second Link tolls with effect from 1 February 2008

Vehicle Category Current Rates* (For each way) Revised Rates (For each way)
Motorcycles

$0.60

$0.70

Cars

$3.70

$4.60

Van/ Small Lorries

$8.30

$10.50

Big Lorries

$16.60

$21.00

Taxis

$2.70

$3.50

Buses

$4.40

$5.60

* Singapore tolls since July 2005

Information on the revised toll rates for the Causeway and the Second Link will be made available at the immigration booths at the Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints, and will be carried on the EMAS signboards. Members of the public can also contact the Land Transport Authority (LTA) at 1800-2255 582 or visit its website at www.lta.gov.sg for information.

Source: www.lta.gov.sg News Release 2 Jan 2008

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