A third bridge?

PUTRAJAYA, June 11 (Bernama) — Singapore is quite keen on the construction of a third bridge linking the republic to Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Thursday.

“The concept of the third bridge on the eastern side of Johor is something which we will pursue, and Singapore is quite keen on having the third bridge.

“When we have a third bridge, we can develop the whole of the eastern side (of Johor) up to Mersing and onwards to Desaru.

“Singapore did say that it (the area) has the potential to be another Nusa Jaya like in Bali (Indonesia),” he said in his opening address at the 2010 Budget consultation meeting at the Finance Ministry, here. [Singapore Keen On Third Bridge – Najib. Bernama. June 11 2009]

Sir, where is the second bridge? How can we have a third bridge when we do not have two bridges linking Johor and Singapore together?

The Causeway is not a bridge, if you are counting that as a bridge.

4 Responses to “[2005] Of a third bridge? Where is the second?”

  1. on 12 Jun 2009 at 14:00 moo_t

    The teacher say this in school
    One, two, three.

    But some smart people hear this
    One through three.

  2. on 15 Jun 2009 at 22:21 Jian

    It’s the second link.

  3. on 15 Jun 2009 at 22:29 Hafiz Noor Shams

    that’s bridge no 1.

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