Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing Bridge
1997
The Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing (MSSC) Bridge is the second link between the two countries to service growing economic and tourism needs.

The scope of work called for the construction of 44 km of dual 2/3-lane tolled expressway with 7 interchanges and 2 km of Bridge.

Major works involved in the construction of the MSSC Expressway included earthworks, associated drainage works, rock blasting, construction of bridges, vehicular culverts, ramps and a total of seven interchanges. The expressway was constructed using the flexible pavement method.