Causeway Link Route 666 is a Johor Bahru local bus service operated by Handal Indah (Causeway Link), plying between Larkin Sentral and Gelang Patah. The route passes through Tampoi, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Lima Kedai and Gelang Patah town.
|Route||Larkin Bus Terminal ↔ Gelang Patah Bus Terminal|
|Passes Through||Tampoi, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Lima Kedai, Gelang Patah|
|Fare||Section fare payment, RM4.60 (Max)|
|Current Operator||Handal Indah Sdn Bhd (Causeway Link)|
|Common Fleet||Mercedes-Benz CBC 1725
||0600 – 2100 from Larkin daily
0540 – 2230 from GP Sentral daily
|30 – 45 minutes|
Causeway Link 666 connects the intercity and local bus terminal at Larkin Sentral with the residential neighbourhoods of Tampoi, Skudai, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Taman Skudai Bahru, Taman Seri Orkid, Lima Kedai and Taman Nusa Perintis, terminating at Gelang Patah. The route is non-duplicating unlike most other JB local routes, and offers unique connections between the places it serves, e.g. bridging Taman Ungku Tun Aminah with Larkin and Gelang Patah at both ends.
Free transfer to/from CW3/CW4:
Passengers arriving from Singapore may travel for free on Causeway Link’s Service 666 from Gelang Patah to Larkin. The ticket or ManjaLink card must be produced on request. The transfer point is the pair of bus stops along Jalan Gelang Patah, between Persiaran Nusa Perintis and Jalan Nusa Perintis.
Additionally, passengers using ManjaLink may tap their card upon boarding any Gelang Patah-bound 666. A total fare of RM7.00 will be charged for the journey to Singapore when transferring from 666 to any Singapore-bound CW service at the Gelang Patah transfer point. Simply tap the ManjaLink card when boarding the transfer bus.
666 commonly utilizes Mercedes-Benz CBC 1725, SKSbus SA12-300, Scania K250IB and Yutong ZK6118HGA buses.
|Direction 1||Direction 2|
- 2016 (11 Sep): Route shortened from GP Sentral to Gelang Patah Terminal
External Links & References:
- Route 666 – Causeway Link
- Perbadanan Pengangkutan Awam Iskandar Malaysia (PAIM)
- Landmarks and street names from Google Maps and Streetdirectory.com