Back in 2014, Singapore started imposing toll charges for vehicle entering the country at its Woodlands Checkpoint along the Johor-Singapore Causeway to match Malaysia’s revision in toll charges. This is in line with Singapore’s long-standing policy of matching Malaysia’s toll rates.
Now, Singapore will be revising its toll charges again at Woodlands Checkpoint from 1 February 2018, to match Malaysia’s recent removal of toll charges at the Eastern Dispersal Link.
From 1 February 2018 onwards, all vehicle classes will not be imposed any toll charges entering Singapore through Woodlands Checkpoint. At the same time, vehicles leaving Singapore through the same route will see a reduction in toll charges. The revised Woodlands Checkpoint toll charges are as below:
(Since 1 October 2014)
(From 1 February 2018)
|Vans/ Light Goods Vehicles||S$5.80||S$4.00||S$1.50||–|
|Heavy Goods Vehicles||S$7.70||S$5.30||S$2.00||–|
When the new toll charges come into effect, cars entering Singapore will save S$2.70 (RM8.10) when and will only need to pay S$1.00 (RM3) when exiting the country; saving S$5.5 (RM16.50) for every return trip (from MY to SG). Heavy Goods Vehicles, on the other hand, will save S$11 (RM33) for every return trip.
No changes were made to the toll charges at the Tuas Checkpoint along the Second Link Bridge.