City Hall MRT Station
| NS25 EW13 |
|Address||150 North Bridge Road|
|Lines||North South Line|
East West Line
|Opened||12 December 1987|
It is one of the more prominent and busier stations within Singapore's transport system, especially being an interchange station located within the Central Area. The national monument of City Hall is within walking distance from the MRT station. It is also one of the four MRT stations to appear in the "Uniquely Singapore Edition" of the board game Monopoly.
Art in Transit
There is a mural along the wall of the station called Vitreous Enamelled Mural by Simon Wong. However, this art piece is not under the Art in Transit scheme.
|B1||Concourse||Faregates, General Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre, Transitlink Ticket Office|
|Linkway||to CityLink Mall, One Raffles Link, CC3 Esplanade|
|Platform A||North South Line|
|Platform B||East West Line|
towards EW29 Joo Koon (←)
|Platform C||North South Line|
towards NS27 CE2 Marina Bay (←)
|Platform D||East West Line|
- A : Singapore Recreation Club, The Cenotaph, Bras Basah Complex, Fairmont Singapore, Raffles City Shopping Centre / Convention Centre, SMRT HQ / LTA Office, War Memorial Park, Carlton Hotel, National Library, Raffles Hotel, SMU (Singapore Management University), Cathedral of The Good Shepherd, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, Swissotel The Stamford S'pore, Chijmes, NTUC Income Centre / Trade Union House
- B : Peranakan Museum, Supreme Court Building, Capitol Building / Capitol Centre, Parliament House, Singapore Philatelic Museum, The Adelphi Lifestyle Mall, City Hall / Padang, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel, St Andrew's Cathedral, The Arts House, Armenian Church, Funan Digitalife Mall, Peninsula Plaza, Stamford Court / Stamford House, The Substation, Asian Civilisations Museum, Grand Plaza Park Hotel
- C : Esplanade Park, Esplanade - Theatres On the Bay
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|North South Line|
|to NS1 Jurong East||6.05am||6.05am||6.30am||11.55pm|
|to NS7 Kranji||−−||−−||−−||12.11am|
|to NS27 Marina Bay||5.54am||5.54am||6.27am||11.56pm|
|East West Line|
|to EW1 Pasir Ris||6.01am||6.01am||6.29am||12.11am|
|to EW29 Joo Koon||5.57am||5.57am||6.24am||11.52pm|
On 5 June 2008, 280 youths spent the night at City Hall, learning how to deal with an emergency in a train tunnel.
At around midnight, the young campers boarded a train and as the train departed, there was a simulated bomb explosion. They activated the detrainment ramps at both ends of the train, and evacuated to safety via an escape shaft. The students also used the items from their Ready Bags to "survive" the attack.
This station was part of the series of 2011 MRT train disruptions on 15 and 17 December 2011, caused by a misalignment between the trains' current collector shoes, which collect power from the third rail, and the third rail itself.
- "280 youths take part in emergency exercise in MRT tunnel". Channel NewsAsia. 6 Jun 2008
- "Singapore's MRT Breakdown Chaos Leaves Thousands Stranded". Ignatius Low. The Straits Times. 16 Dec 2011. Retrieved 3 Nov 2012.
- "MRT breaks down again". Channel NewsAsia. 17 Dec 2011
- "North-South Line service resumes after 7-hour disruption". Channel NewsAsia. 17 dec 2011
- "Service disruption on North-South Line on 17 Dec 2011"
|North South Line||View • Talk •|
|Jurong East • Bukit Batok • Bukit Gombak • Choa Chu Kang • Yew Tee • Kranji • Marsiling • Woodlands • Admiralty • Sembawang • Canberra • Yishun • Khatib • Yio Chu Kang • Ang Mo Kio • Bishan • Braddell • Toa Payoh • Novena • Newton • Orchard • Somerset • Dhoby Ghaut • City Hall • Raffles Place • Marina Bay • Marina South Pier|
|East West Line||View • Talk •|
|Pasir Ris • Tampines • Simei • Tanah Merah • Bedok • Kembangan • Eunos • Paya Lebar • Aljunied • Kallang • Lavender • Bugis • City Hall • Raffles Place • Tanjong Pagar • Outram Park • Tiong Bahru • Redhill • Queenstown • Commonwealth • Buona Vista • Dover • Clementi • Jurong East • Chinese Garden • Lakeside • Boon Lay • Pioneer • Joo Koon • Gul Circle • Tuas Crescent • Tuas West Road • Tuas Link|