Trans Iskandar Bus Service BET6

Trans Iskandar Route BET6 is a Johor Bahru local bus service operated by Handal Indah (Causeway Link), plying between JB Sentral and Taman Setia Indah, via EDL, Pandan, AEON Tebrau City, Taman Austin Perdana and Taman Mount Austin.

Route Information
Route JB Sentral Bus Terminal ↔ Taman Setia Indah
Passes Through EDL, Pandan, AEON Tebrau City, Taman Austin Perdana, Taman Mount Austin.
Operator Information
Current Operator Handal Indah Sdn Bhd (Causeway Link)
Common Fleet SKSbus SA12-300
Departure Times
0600 – 2300 from JB Sentral daily
0500 – 2200 from Taman Setia Indah daily
Frequency
30 – 60 minutes

Route History

Trans Iskandar Route BET6 connects the Johor Bahru City Centre (JB Sentral) with the town of Taman Setia Indah, passing through Pandan, AEON Tebrau City, Taman Austin Perdana and Taman Mount Austin. It plies express along the Eastern Disperal Link (EDL) between JB Sentral and Pandan for faster connections.

BET6’s unique sector lies along Taman Austin Perdana and Taman Mount Austin, which is not served by other local buses to JB Sentral. Causeway Link’s Route 10B also serves between JB Sentral and Taman Setia Indah, but serves more housing estates in between and does not ply any express sectors.

Fleet:

BET6 commonly utilizes SKSbus SA12-30 buses.

Route Information:

Direction 1 Direction 2
  • JB Sentral Terminal
  • Jalan Jim Quee
  • Jalan Tanjung Puteri
  • Jalan Lingkaran Dalam
  • Jalan Stulang Darat
    – Taman Sri Setia
  • Jalan Pasir Pelangi
    – near Jalan Sri Pelangi
  • Eastern Dispersal Link (express)
  • Jalan Pandan
    – bef Pandan City Mall
    – Kampung Baru Pandan
    – aft Shell Kiosk (Jalan Pandan)
    – opp The Store @ Pandan
    – bef Pasar Pembekal Supplier S’mart
    – opp Shell Kiosk (Jalan Bakawali)
  • Persiaran Bandar Desa Tebrau
    – AEON Tebrau City
  • Jalan Harmonium 24
    – Hospital Sultan Ismail
  • Jalan Austin Perdana 3
  • Jalan Austin Perdana 2/1
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas Puteh
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas 7
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas 8
  • Persiaran Jaya Putra
  • Jalan Setia 10
    – Jalan Setia 12/2 shophouses
  • Jalan Daya 3
    – Jalan Setia 7/18 shophouses
  • Jalan Setia 7
  • Jalan Daya
    – Setia Indah Terminal
  • Jalan Daya
    – Setia Indah Terminal
  • Jalan Setia 2
  • Jalan Daya 3
  • Jalan Setia 10
  • Persiaran Jaya Putra
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas 8
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas 7
  • Jalan Mutiara Emas Puteh
  • Jalan Austin Perdana 2/1
  • Jalan Austin Perdana 3
  • Jalan Harmonium 24
  • Persiaran Bandar Desa Tebrau
  • Jalan Pandan
    – Shell Kiosk (Jalan Bakawali)
    – The Store @ Pandan
    – Opp Shell Kiosk (Jalan Pandan)
    – Kampung Melayu Pandan
    – Taman Sri Pandan
  • Eastern Dispersal Link (express)
  • Jalan Lingkaran Dalam
  • Jalan Tanjung Puteri
  • Jalan Jim Quee
  • JB Sentral Terminal

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History:

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Past Routings:

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2 thoughts on “Trans Iskandar Bus Service BET6

  • 15 July 2018 at 9:34 AM
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    One of the most unreliable bus services ever. Waited almost 3 hours with no bus in sight. Heard from the bus driver that some of the buses are rented to another service due Causeway Link’s service agreements so there will be much less buses at longer intervals in March 2018 onwards. Sad that this is the only service that goes into Austin Perdana. Makes people difficult for going to work in that area and also difficult for elderly for going to Sultan Ismail Hospital. Please do something about it.

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  • 6 April 2018 at 12:14 PM
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    One of the most unreliable bus services ever. Waited almost 3 hours with no bus in sight. Heard from the bus driver that some of the buses are rented to another service due Causeway Link’s service agreements so there will be much less buses at longer intervals in March 2018 onwards. Sad that this is the only service that goes into Austin Perdana.

    If you can’t catch this bus to Austin Perdana, other buses to Masai are much more frequent. The downside is will only stop close to AEON Terbrau City and you need to walk more.

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