Tuas and Woodlands Checkpoints traffic congestion – authorities should ACT

Yet another letter in the Straits Times Forum today bemoaning the perennial congestion at the Tuas and Woodlands immigration checkpoints.

That there’s festering unhappiness over the issue let no one doubt. While sitting in my car in the traffic congestion, I’ve often wondered, and I’m sure many other motorists do as well, whether the checkpoints could be a death trap should a car catches fire etc). Already to the observant our checkpoints have assumed the proportions of a fortress.

The authorities by ignoring the issue or taking it lightly means thousands of motorists will continue to suffer traffic congestions lasting hours.

There will be political repercussions for the government of the day.

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