From 1 April 2022, Singapore and Malaysia will open their land borders to fully-vaccinated travellers by all modes of transport. No pre-departure and on-arrival tests will be required for travel between both countries.
Cross-border public bus services will not be in operation initially, such as Bus Services 160, 170 and 950, and Causeway Link’s various CW-prefixed routes. These bus services have suspended their cross-border operations since March 2020, and will be progressively restored at a later date. Local sectors of Service 160 and 170 continue to operate within Singapore. These bus services will resume on 1 May 2022.
A Cross-Border Shuttle Service will operate between Woodlands Checkpoint CIQ and Bangunan Sultan Iskandar CIQ.
Designated Vaccinated Travel Bus Services (VTBS) will operate for now, replacing the Vaccinated Travel Lane Bus Services which have been operating since late-November 2022.
Cross-border public bus services will not be operating initially, including Bus Services 160, 170 and 950. These bus services have suspended their cross-border operations since 18 March 2020, and will be progressively restored at a later date. Short-Trip Bus Service 170A will operate between Queen Street and Woodlands Train Checkpoint.
This article will be updated with more information when available.