Malaysia-Singapore Points of Agreement of 1990 (POA) is an agreement between Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia and Singapore, on the question of the future of Malaysian government-owned railways via the Malayan Railways (Keretapi Tanah Melayu or KTM) in Singapore. Singapore`s Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and Then Malaysian Finance Minister Tun Daim Zanuddin signed on behalf of their respective countries. Both governments called it a “complement” to the 1990 POA and closed Tanjong Pagar Station and Bukit Timah Station permanently on 1 July 2011. Bus routes 160, 170, 950, AC7, CW1, CW2 and CW5 are being strengthened with several connections to Woodlands from Woodlands Checkpoint Station. In addition, the former Bukit timah station will be preserved and Tanjong Pagar station will be preserved as a national monument. The old roads have been permanently demolished, with the exception of the preserved and preserved surfaces. In 1993, the two countries agreed to transfer their above facilities to Tanjong Pagar until August 1, 1998 at Woodlands Train Checkpoint, the northern part of the island. The agreement was concluded outside the FRAMEWORK of the EP in 1990. KTM had also been working with Singapore to reorient its railways at Woodlands, where Singapore has built a new immigration checkpoint to replace the old checkpoint and new facilities to allow passengers to enter the entry site in Singapore rather than Tanjong Pagar. Singapore argued that Malaysia`s decision to establish its Immigration Control Post in Singapore was not in accordance with Malaysian law. Under Malaysian law, it is Johor Bahru station, not Tanjong Pagar, which is called the Immigration Control Post for people travelling by train from Singapore to Malaysia.
Singapore also pointed out that this was confirmed by the approval of the passports of passengers who took the train to Tanjong Pagar, which showed that Singapore insisted that the agreement be entered into force immediately after it was signed by both sides. It was not until 1 July 2011 that the line between Tanjong Pagar and Woodlands Train Checkpoint was interrupted, destroying the electrification and double-tracking plans and the new Gali Batu depot.