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Passengers hail JB taxi rule change
Ng Kai Ling & Maria Almenoar
Thu, May 27, 2010
The Straits Times

TAXI passengers headed for Johor Baru are happy that they will soon be able to hail any of 200 authorised cabs anywhere in Singapore for that ride across the border.

Similarly, a taxi rider in JB will be able to hop into any of 200 licensed Malaysian cabs for the journey back to Singapore.

New rules passed on Monday during the Singapore-Malaysia Leaders' Retreat between the two countries' prime ministers should make commuting in taxis to and from Malaysia easier.


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