Causeway Link CW4G is a Johor Bahru local bus service linking Terminal Gelang Patah with CIQ Second Link via Nusa Perintis and Nusa Heights (Nusa Puncak). It is operated by Handal Indah (Causeway Link).
Passengers may connect to/from Singapore using other cross-border services across the Tuas Second Link.
|Route||Terminal Gelang Patah ↔ CIQ Second Link|
|Passes Through||Taman Nusa Perintis|
|Current Operator||Handal Indah Sdn Bhd (Causeway Link)|
|Departure Timings from Terminal Gelang Patah
|05:00 – 21:55|
|Departure Timings from CIQ 2nd Link
|05:40 – 22:30|
|From Terminal Gelang Patah / CIQ 2nd Link
||15 – 30 mins|
|Fare||Section fare payment, ManjaLink Card accepted.
Service CW4G connects Gelang Patah, Sutera Mall, Taman Nusa Perintis and Taman Nusa Puncak (Nusa Heights) with the Sultan Abu Bakar CIQ Complex (more commonly referred to as CIQ Second Link). The route complements Causeway Link’s cross-border bus network via the Tuas Second Link but does not cross the border to Singapore.
Passengers can transfer to other cross-border bus services (Services CW3, CW4, CW4S, CW6, CW7) to Jurong East, Boon Lay and Tuas Link. As a local bus route within Johor Bahru, buses will serve all en-route bus stops.
Introduced on 1 March 2015, the route initially started from GP Sentral Bus Terminal, located next to the new Taman GP Prima development, a new cluster of 4-storey shop offices. It was shortened to Terminal Gelang Patah in 2022 following its post-COVID-19 resumption.
At each checkpoint on the Singapore and Malaysian side of the border, passengers will have to alight and clear customs before boarding the bus again. When travelling between Tuas Checkpoint and CIQ Second Link in either direction, commuters may board any Causeway Link bus (CW3, CW4, CW4S, CW6 or CW7) with a valid ticket. Commuters using the ManjaLink Card should tap their card upon entry.
CW4G charges section fares and through-fares to Singapore. ManjaLink Card payment is accepted on this bus service.
Cash-paying commuters towards Singapore are to inform the driver of their end destination (Tuas Link / Boon Lay / Jurong East) to be charged the correct fare for a free transfer in Singapore on CW7 / CW6 / CW4 / CW3.
|Fares towards CIQ Second Link||Fares towards Terminal Gelang Patah|
|GP Sentral → CIQ Second Link: RM4.50
Through Ticketing Fare to Singapore:
|CIQ Second Link → GP Sentral: RM4.50
Free Transfer for commuters from Singapore with valid ticket / Manjalink card
- ‘Singapore’ refers to Jurong East, Boon Lay or Tuas Link
- Fares are identical for Cash and Manjalink payment modes
- Commuters from Singapore (Tuas Link / Jurong East / Boon Lay) must produce a valid ticket or Manjalink card to continue their journey onboard CW4G at CIQ 2nd Link
More detailed fare information for Manjalink users is attached in a separate section below.
- 2015 (01 Mar): Introduced between GP Sentral and CIQ Second Link with 8 trips in each direction daily
- 2015 (01 Oct): Extension of operating hours and improvement of frequency to 40-45mins interval. Operating with 24 trips in each direction daily.
- 2016 (11 Sep): Amended to serve Gelang Patah Bus Terminal in both directions
- 2020 (18 Mar): Suspended amid COVID-19 pandemic cross-border travel restrictions
- 2022 (01 May): Services resumed after the lifting of cross-border travel restrictions with route shortened to Terminal Gelang Patah ↔ CIQ Second Link. No longer serves Terminal Gelang Patah ↔ GP Sentral.
Miscellaneous Fare Information for Manjalink users
Manjalink users will be required to tap their card upon entering the bus, which includes re-boarding the bus at the various checkpoints.
As the ManjaLink card is loaded with values in Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), passengers boarding from Singapore and paying fares in Singapore Dollars (SGD) will be charged based on the prevailing exchange rate determined by ManjaLink. For example, the published ManjaLink fare for JB-bound CW4 is S$4.00, and as such when ManjaLink is used, 4.00×3.08= 12.32, thereby deducting RM12.40 from the card, as the Manjalink system rounds up the fare to the nearest 10 cents.
The prevailing exchange rate for ManjaLink is regularly updated and can be found on their website.
Route Map towards Gelang Patah
(identical routing towards CIQ Second Link)