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Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway


Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway

E14 Expressway
Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway
(EDL Expressway)
Route information
Part of AH2
Maintained by MRCB Lingkaran Selatan Sdn Bhd
Length: 8.1 km (5.0 mi)
Existed: 2007 – present
History: Completed on 2012
Major junctions
North end: Pandan Interchange on
E2 AH2 North-South Expressway Southern Route
  E2 AH2 North-South Expressway Southern Route
3 AH18 Tebrau Highway
35 Johor Bahru East Coast Highway
J5 Johor Bahru East Coast Parkway
188 Johor Bahru Inner Ring Road
AH2 Johor Causeway
South end: Sultan Iskandar Building (CIQ)
Permas Jaya, Kampung Bakar Batu, Pasir Pelangi, Stulang
Highway system

The Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway, EDL (also known as Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Scheme) E14 AH2 is an expressway in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. The 8.1 km (5.0 mi) expressway connects the end of North-South Expressway Southern Route at Pandan to the new Sultan Iskandar Building CIQ Complex in the city centre. It is a toll free expressway and act as bypass to CIQ complex without using Tebrau Highway (Federal Route 3) to the city centre. This project is part of the JB Master Plan and is linked with the Iskandar Malaysia project (formerly South Johor Economic Region (SJER) or Iskandar Development Region (IDR)) to propel the region into a modern economic powerhouse. The construction costs of the expressway is RM 1 billion.[1]

In August 2012, The Malaysian government decided that it will acquire the Johor-based Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL) from Malaysia Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB), confirming speculation on the matter and turning analysts bullish on outlook of the construction giant.[2]


  • Route background 1
  • History 2
  • Controversies 3
  • List of Interchanges 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the expressway starts at CIQ Interchange near Sultan Iskandar Building CIQ Complex.


The construction of the Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link was proposed in 2004 in the Ninth Malaysia Plan (2006–2010). The construction began on 1 October 2007 and was completed on 20 March 2012. On 1 April 2012, the highway was opened to public.


Houses along Jalan Sri Pelangi Satu and Jalan Sri Pelangi Dua had been reclaimed by the government due to the necessity to use the land for the project. The compensation sum given to the owners of the houses was considered low by many of the residents there. However, no further adjustments was made to the sum.

Another major controversy is that only the motorists who use the CIQ complex to travel to Singapore will be charged the toll; whether or not he or she drives on the EDL. However, on 30 Aug 2012, five months after the EDL was opened to public, the controversy was resolved when the government announced that they will take over the EDL from MRCB.

List of Interchanges

Below is a list of interchanges (exits), laybys and rest and service areas along the Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway. The exits are arranged in ascending numerical order from North to South.

The entire section is located within the district of Johor Bahru, Johor.

km Exit Name Destinations No. of
Through to E2 AH2 North-South Expressway Southern Route
1401 Pandan I/C 3 AH18 Tebrau Highway – City Centre, Tampoi, Mersing, Kota Tinggi Four 110 km/h
6.6 RSA Pandan RSA R&R Pandan RSA - TnG POS Six 90 km/h Southbound
BR Anak Sungai Sebulong bridge
RSA Pandan RSA R&R Pandan RSA - Northbound
Bakar Batu I/C 35 Johor Bahru East Coast Highway – Permas Jaya, Pasir Gudang
J5 Johor Bahru East Coast Parkway - Bakar Batu, Taman Sentosa
0.0 1403 CIQ I/C 188 Johor Bahru Inner Ring Road – City Centre, Skudai, Stulang
T/P Sultan Iskandar Building (CIQ) TnG Immigration Customs Customs Immigration TnG 60 km/h Accepts electronic toll payment (Touch 'n Go) only
Through to AH2 Johor Causeway


  1. ^ 12 projects in IDR this year
  2. ^ "Govt takes over highway". 2012-08-31. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 

External links

  • EDL Connects website
  • Privatation Study by Perunding Trafik Klasik
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