Laluan Kedua Malaysia-Singapura (LINKEDUA) is a proposed new road link between Malaysia and Singapore. The project was first announced in 2007 and is expected to provide a second road link between the two countries, in addition to the existing Causeway.
The LINKEDUA project is intended to improve connectivity between Malaysia and Singapore, as well as ease traffic congestion on the Causeway. The new road link will be located to the west of the Causeway and will connect the Malaysian town of Tanjung Kupang to the Tuas area in Singapore.
The project is expected to involve the construction of a new bridge across the Johor Strait, as well as the development of new road infrastructure on both sides of the border. The Malaysian government has indicated that the new road link will also include a dedicated lane for the movement of goods and cargo, which is expected to improve trade and commerce between the two countries.
The LINKEDUA project has faced some delays due to various factors, including funding issues and environmental concerns. However, both the Malaysian and Singaporean governments remain committed to the project and are working towards its eventual completion.
Once completed, the LINKEDUA project is expected to provide a new and more efficient transportation link between Malaysia and Singapore, which will benefit both countries in terms of economic development and improved connectivity.