LINKEDUA refers to the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link. It was built in 1998 as an alternate route for vehicles looking to avoid the traffic congestion faced at the Causeway link. Today, LINKEDUA plays a crucial role as the connecting access for more than 1.9 million vehicles that travel between Singapore and Johor.
The LINKEDUA bridge starts from Johor in Senai and then stretches to a 47-kilometer journey into Singapore where it stops at Tanjong Kupang. From Johor, LINKEDUA is connected with the North-South Expressway via Senai North or through Pasir Gudang Highway while the Ayer Rajah Expressway connects Singapore to this bridge.
The main group of people using the LINKEDUA are those who travel every morning into Singapore for work and school. This usually starts early on weekday mornings, sometimes as early as 5.00am while a majority of them travels back to Johor in the evenings while families and visitors use this at other times, including weekends.