Taxi operations will also resume from May 1.
Commuters to Johor can either board a taxi at Queen Street Taxi Terminal or book one from taxi companies with licensed cross border taxi drivers.
“The Land Transport Authority is also working closely with its Malaysian counterpart Agensi Pengangkutan Awam Darat (APAD) to resume cross-border taxi services,” LTA said.
“All travelers are reminded to comply with Singapore and Malaysian travel requirements to ensure smooth customs clearance.”
In a Facebook post on Friday, Transport Minister S Iswaran appealed for the patience and understanding of Singaporeans and travellers.
“Our air, land and sea transport partners are working hard to increase their workforce and operations to handle higher traveler volumes, especially during the May Day long weekend in Hari Raya Puasa and the June school holidays,” he said.
“As we continue to reopen our borders to secure our position as a global aviation hub, we will closely monitor the local and global public health situation and stand ready to reinstate stricter public health measures as necessary, in consultation with the Ministry of Health.”
Mr. Iswaran also urged all Singaporeans and residents to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation in the countries and regions they visit, to be well-informed and updated on the latest public health and border measures, and plan ahead for contingencies.