why the need for a crooked bridge
there are always the daily grind and jam at the causeway and the second link. maybe these jams are used as the ultimate proof for a crooked bridge. why don't both immigrations just open all the custom/immigration counters for a month and see whether there is any more jams? provided of course all the officers actually perform their duties normally and not go on a work slow campaign to prove a different point. i think the singapore side has most of the custom booths open most of the time. it is the malaysian side that often has only a few booths open. if they cannot find the manpower to fill up all the booths, how are they going to fill up all the additional booths in an enlarged immigration checkpoint serving a presumably more efficient crooked bridge with more traffic? this is like forcing a square peg into a round hole. by hook or crook, the square peg must be made to fit.