Singapore to Match Malaysia Toll Removal for Motorcycles at Second Link from 21 January 2019

News Releases 17 Jan 2019 Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) toll charges

As announced on 1 January 2019, Singapore will remove its toll charges for motorcycles at the Second Link with effect from 21 January 2019. This is in response to Malaysia’s removal of toll charges for motorcycles at the Second Link on 1 January 2019, and is in line with Singapore’s long-standing policy of matching Malaysia’s toll rates.

2          From 21 January 2019, motorcycles entering and leaving Singapore via Tuas Checkpoint will no longer need to pay any toll charges. The existing peak period and off-peak period toll charges for other categories of vehicles at Tuas Checkpoint will continue to apply (see table below).

Vehicle Category

Tolls at Tuas Checkpoint (from 21 January 2019)

Peak Period

5am – 10am; 3pm – 11pm

Off- Peak Period

10am – 3pm; 11pm – 5am

Departing Singapore

Entering Singapore

Departing Singapore

Entering Singapore

Motorcycles

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Cars

S$2.50

S$2.50

S$1.30

S$1.30

Vans/ Light Goods Vehicles

S$5.60

S$5.60

S$1.50

S$1.50

Heavy Goods Vehicles

S$11.30

S$11.30

S$2.00

S$2.00

Taxis

S$1.90

S$1.90

S$1.00

S$1.00

Buses

S$3.00

S$3.00

S$1.50

S$1.50

 

3          Motorists of all foreign-registered vehicles are required to insert their Autopass cards into the card readers at the immigration booths upon entering and departing from Singapore, even when tolls are not payable for motorcycles at Tuas Checkpoint from 21 January 2019. This is to facilitate the payment of Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fees, where applicable, at the point of departure from Singapore.

VEP Digital Service

4          Owners of foreign-registered motorcycles and cars are encouraged to apply online for a VEP/Autopass card via the One.Motoring website at www.onemotoring.com.sg/ivep/vepapp before entering Singapore. Once their applications have been approved, they may collect and make payment for their VEP/Autopass Cards at LTA’s offices at Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints. More features, such as online updating of vehicle insurance records, as well as online payment and delivery of VEP/Autopass cards will be rolled out later this year.

5          For more information, motorists may visit the LTA website at www.lta.gov.sg, call 1800-2255 582 if in Singapore, or call (65) 62255 582 if calling from other countries.

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