Jalan Lingkaran Dalam in Johor Bahru is one of the main roads that services vehicles around the capital city. This road is very prominent as it is the ‘Middle Ring’ road that provides the bypass for vehicles to get between the east and west regions of Johor Bahru. Through Jalan Lingkaran Dalam, vehicles are able to commute both ends of Johor Bahru which starts around Jalan Mahmoodiah in the west and cuts through the city centre and passing by several suburbs along the way. It will then terminates at the eastern tip of the mainland around Jalan Ibrahim Sultan.
As Jalan Lingkaran Dalam is used as a bypass for the people of Johor Bahru to travel between both sides of the capital, it is used by working adults who come in from the northern and western regions of the state through Jalan Skudai. Besides that, it connects to many other parts of Johor which is important for those who travel to Singapore daily for school and work. Jalan Lingkaran Dalam’s function is very important to the local motorists here who are looking to avoid the traffic congestion in the city center especially during the rush hours. Hence, it would be an ideal location for advertisers who are targeting motorists in the outer ring of Johor Bahru.
This road starts from the western coast at the junction with Jalan Abu Bakar and then encapsulates the city center which ends at the Jalan Sultan Ibrahim at the western coast. Along the way, Jalan Lingkaran Dalam is connected with a few other main roads like Jalan Yahya Awal which provides access back to the causeway as well as Jalan Tun Razak. Dataran Bandaraya is located around the junction here which then comes towards the Jalan Mahmoodiah junction, another major road in Johor Bahru. The Thistle Johor Bahru is located not far from here and further to the east is the Johor Art Gallery. You will then approach the Jalan Tun Abdul Razak intersection which connects you to the city centre.
At the other end of Jalan Lingkaran Dalam, vehicles can head out towards the northern part of the state via the Tebrau Highway which leads towards places like Pasir Gudang and many others which will then reconnects to the PLUS North-South Expressway. On this end, you will then approach landmarks like the MSC Cyberport Sdn Bhd and Menara Sarawak Enterprise before convening with Jalan Sultan Ibrahim.
As a bypass road for motorists in Johor Bahru, you will experience quite moderate traffic conditions throughout most days. However, during the morning and evening rush hours, the junction coming in from Jalan Tanjung Puteri can be quite moderate and even super peak. The junction that connects with Jalan Sultan Iskandar CIQ meanwhile is peak at most time while it is super peak at the Lebuhraya Tebrau junction. Meanwhile, you will experience moderate to peak traffic conditions at the Jalan Tun Abdul Razak intersection before easing up towards the western part of Johor Bahru.