07 Jun '11, 11am

Our reader says he was caught in a jam at the 2nd Link for 6 hours despite having called the LTA hotline beforehand.

MR CHEANG KUM HON: 'Expecting congestion during the school holiday period, I checked the One Motoring website and called the Land Transport Authority hotline. Both confirmed the traffic at Tuas was 'free-flowing', so I headed there over the weekend. The result: I was stuck in traffic before the Malaysian Customs, Immigration and Quarantine complex for six hours under the hot sun. The authorities should add cameras on the Second Link bridge. Just showing it is fine and dandy on the Singapore side is not helpful at all.'

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Story/STIStory_676919...

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