Woodlands MRT Station
| NS9 TE2 |
|Address||30 Woodlands Avenue 2|
|Line(s)||North South Line|
Thomson-East Coast Line (Under Construction)
|Structure Type||Elevated (North South Line)|
Underground (Thomson-East Coast Line)
|Opened||10 February 1996 (North South Line)|
2019 (Thomson-East Coast Line)
Woodlands MRT Station (NS9/TE2) is an elevated/underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line and the future Thomson-East Coast Line. It is integrated with the Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange located beneath the station.
It was one of four stations featured in the Uniquely Singapore edition of Monopoly.
The government came up with a proposal to build the North South Line Woodlands Extension in 1990 with the aim of extending the existing North-South Line, thus connecting Choa Chu Kang in the northwest toYishun in the North. Woodlands was one of four stations in the initial proposal which was later expanded to six. Construction commenced in 1991 and the station was opened on 10 February 1996 along with the other five stations on the Woodlands Extension.
On 4 November 2013, it is the first MRT station to be awarded with the Building and Construction Authority’s Green Mark (Gold) and tenants of Woodlands Xchange have become the first shop owners in Singapore to be certified with the Project: Eco-Shop label.
A 15 m high sculpture called Faces II weighing 4000 kg, designed by Singaporean artist Min Chen, was on display at the station. However, it is not included in the Art in Transit programme.
Platform screen doors & High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) Fans
Together with the elevated stations along the North South Line and East West Line, it was originally built without any Platform Screen Doors to prevent commuters from falling into the train tracks and HVLS Fans to improve air ventilated on the platforms.
The station was retrofitted with half-height platform screen doors and commenced operations on 30 November 2011. The station was also retrofitted with HVLS Blade fans and commenced operation on 6 November 2012.
|L2||Platform A||North South Line|
towards NS1 EW24 Jurong East (→)
|Platform B||North South Line|
towards NS27 CE2 TE20 Marina Bay (←)
|L1||Concourse||Faregates, General Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre, Transitlink Ticket Office|
|Street Level||Causeway Point, Woodlands Xchange|
|B1||Basement||Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange|
Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange
Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|North South Line|
|to NS1 Jurong East||05:38||05:37||06:01||00:36*|
|to NS7 Kranji||00:52*|
|to NS27 Marina Bay||05:27||05:27||05:44||23:15|
|to NS19 Toa Payoh||23:50|
|to NS16 Ang Mo Kio||00:39*|
Note: From 15 April to end October, train service between Admiralty station and Ang Mo Kio station will end 30 minutes earlier on Sunday to Thursday nights except eve of Public Holidays.
- "Woodlands MRT line". Thulaja, Naidu Ratnala (National Library Board, 10 November 2003). Retrieved 3 February 2012.
- "SMRT unveils Singapore’s first Eco- MRT Station and Xchange". SMRT Corporation (4 November 2013). Retrieved 9 December 2013.
- "Woodlands MRT station". Thulaja, Naidu Ratnala (National Library Board, 13 November 2003). Retrieved 3 February 2012.
|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|
|Thomson-East Coast Line||View • Talk •|
|Woodlands North • Woodlands • Woodlands South • Springleaf • Lentor • Mayflower • Bright Hill • Upper Thomson • Caldecott • Mount Pleasant • Stevens • Napier • Orchard Boulevard • Orchard • Great World • Havelock • Outram Park • Maxwell • Shenton Way • Marina Bay • Marina South • Gardens by the Bay • Tanjong Rhu • Katong Park • Amber • Marine Parade • Marine Terrace • Siglap • Bayshore • Bedok South • Sungei Bedok|