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Jalan Abu Bakar to Stulang LINK is Officially OPENED! [10 Photos]

31 Oct

Johor Bahru, 30 Oct’11;

The east-west link of Johor Bahru, connecting Jalan Abu Bakar/Jln Skudai to Stulang and JB CIQ is officially opened for Public. This will be “traffic-light-free” road from Jalan Abu Bakar to CIQ and Stulang Laut. Please click the map below to view large.

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Click to enlarge:outer ring road

 

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East Dispersal Link (EDL) Project Update [27 Photos]

20 Oct

Johor Bahru, 19 Oct 2011; Update about EDL highway. Total 27 Photos

Previous post: EDL Highway Pasir Gudang

 

the V-joint at Kampung Bakar Batu

the tunnel exit end at JB CIQ

 

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“Scratch & Win” Scam in JB Has Been Controlled

16 Sep

Johor Bahru, Sept’11;

As shared in the previous post, there are “Scratch and Win” scams in the Johor Bahru City that targeting Singaporean and oldies.

As today, the management is placing some buntings and 3 policeman in the area and have a full control of the situation. Now everyone is worry-FREE!

Read also: http://super325.com/2011/08/26/beware-of-scratch-win-scam-in-jb-city-squre/

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Johor Bahru to Pasir Gudang EDL Highway Progress. More Development 2012! [Total 15 Photos]

8 Sep

Johor Bahru / Pasir Gudang, Sept’11;

A major upgrade of the Johor Bahru direct to Pasir Gudang Coastal Highway is reported more than 85% completed. This 150 million freshly built Coastal Highway estimated to be completed in Feb/March 2012.

 

Click to EnlargePG Permas

 

The Permas Jaya Bridge will be in “twin” once the Coastal Highway is ready!P1010583P1010582

 

This Johor Bahru – Pasir Gudang Coastal Highway were: ….

 

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New Link Way: Johor CIQ to North-South Expressway

19 Apr

Johor Bahru, April: a new link directly link Johor CIQ (Woodland) to NS Highway (PLUS Highway) in Pandan Area. It will be ready by end 2011. This new link way will passing through Taman Pelangi and link to Permas Jaya and also lead to Pasir Gudang as well.

In future, there’s no more ‘passing by’ Johor Bahru town after JB CIQ. Some says it will pull down JB business and traffic flow.

In long run, this will fully helps to bring up JB image and business entirely.

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Walking in Johor CIQ Really Tired… [5 Photos]

12 Feb

Nothing to say here…  I think most of us also agreed with this statement.

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