18 Apr '11, 4am

Heavy traffic expected at Tuas, Woodlands checkpoints over the Good Friday weekend. Travellers advised to plan ahead

Heavy traffic expected at Tuas, Woodlands checkpoints over the Good Friday weekend. Travellers advised to plan ahead

Heavy traffic is expected at Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints over the Good Friday weekend from April 22. -- PHOTO: SPH TRAVELLERS are advised to plan ahead when using land checkpoints at Woodlands and Tuas over the Good Friday weekend from April 22 as traffic is expected to be heavy. The congestion is expected to start on Thursday, April 21 and will last until Sunday, April 24. Members of the public are advised to adjust their travel plans and car-pool or make use of public transport if possible. Those taking the bus are encouraged to use the automated immigration clearance lanes at the bus halls for a speedy clearance using their BioPass. Travellers will also be able to know in advance the traffic situation near the checkpoints from the Land Transport Authority's Expressway Monitoring & Advisory System (EMAS) installed along the Ayer-Rajah Expressway and the Bukit Timah Ex...

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