Jurong Island Highway
|Jurong Island Highway|
Jurong Island Highway is labelled in double grey line
|Existed:||March 1999 – present|
|West end:||Jurong Island|
|Expressways of Singapore|
Jurong Island Highway (Chinese: 裕廊岛大道; Malay: Lebuhraya Pulau Jurong; Tamil: ஜூரோங் தீவு விரைவுச்சாலை) is a major highway in Singapore which links Jurong Pier Road in Jurong Port of the main island to Jurong Island. It was opened in March 1999. It is also the only highway within Jurong Island.
There are plans to build a second causeway to link the Western end of Jurong Island Highway and Gul Road in Jurong Industrial Estate, Mainland Singapore but the plan was put on hold due to the possibility that the causeway might affect the passage of ships to the shipyards in the Southern part of Jurong Industrial Area.
A speed camera (limit 70 km/h) was set up in 2009 next to the CNG station.
List of interchanges
|Interchange with1||Type||Remarks||Name of interchange|
|Boon Lay Flyover and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE)|
|Jurong Bird Park|
|Jalan Buroh Flyover and Jalan Buroh|
|Jurong Pier Way|
|Jurong Pier Amenity Centre|
|Jurong Island Causeway (2.3 km)|
|Jurong Island Industrial Estate|
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