30 Jan '11, 3pm

M'sia floods disrupt KTM train services: SINGAPORE: KTM train services between Singapore and Johor have stopped

SINGAPORE: KTM train services between Singapore and Johor have stopped temporarily due to floods in Malaysia. This was according to the KTM office in Johor. MediaCorp understands that train services were disrupted since 3pm on Sunday.

Full article: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews...

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