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'''Bras Basah (CC2)''' is an underground [[Mass Rapid Transit]] (MRT) station on the {{CCL}}. It is the second deepest MRT station with the deepest point at 35m below ground level. It also houses the longest escalator, at 41 m which stretches from the ticket concourse to the transfer level and takes approximately one minute to travel.<ref>[//www.lta.gov.sg/data/apps/news/press/2010/Bras%2520Basah%2520Station%2520Factsheet.pdf "Factsheet Bras Basah Station"]. Land Transport Authority (16 April 2010). Retrieved 30 March 2016.</ref> To let light into the station, a reflective pool of water with glass panels outside Singapore Management University was created.
 
'''Bras Basah (CC2)''' is an underground [[Mass Rapid Transit]] (MRT) station on the {{CCL}}. It is the second deepest MRT station with the deepest point at 35m below ground level. It also houses the longest escalator, at 41 m which stretches from the ticket concourse to the transfer level and takes approximately one minute to travel.<ref>[//www.lta.gov.sg/data/apps/news/press/2010/Bras%2520Basah%2520Station%2520Factsheet.pdf "Factsheet Bras Basah Station"]. Land Transport Authority (16 April 2010). Retrieved 30 March 2016.</ref> To let light into the station, a reflective pool of water with glass panels outside Singapore Management University was created.
  
The station was commissioned through the Marina Line Architectural Design Competition jointly organized by Land Transport Authority and Singapore Institute of Architects. The competition required no track record and is acknowledged by the industry as one of the best run competitions held in Singapore to date. In 2009, "Best Transport Building" was awarded to the designers at WOHA Architects at the World Architecture Festival.<ref>[//www.worldbuildingsdirectory.com/project.cfm?id=1780 "Bras Basah Mass Rapid Transit Station"] World Buildings Director. Retrieved 11 October 2013.</ref>
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The station was commissioned through the Marina Line Architectural Design Competition jointly organized by Land Transport Authority and Singapore Institute of Architects. In 2009, "Best Transport Building" was awarded to the designers at WOHA Architects at the World Architecture Festival.<ref>[//www.worldbuildingsdirectory.com/project.cfm?id=1780 "Bras Basah Mass Rapid Transit Station"] World Buildings Director. Retrieved 11 October 2013.</ref>
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

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CC2
Bras Basah
百胜
பிராஸ் பாசா
Bras Basah-CCL.png
*Graphic From SGTrains/Wikipedia/LTA
Statistics
Address 65 Bras Basah Road
Singapore 189561
Line(s) Circle Line
Connections Bus Taxi
Abbreviation BBS

Bras Basah (CC2) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Circle Line. It is the second deepest MRT station with the deepest point at 35m below ground level. It also houses the longest escalator, at 41 m which stretches from the ticket concourse to the transfer level and takes approximately one minute to travel.[1] To let light into the station, a reflective pool of water with glass panels outside Singapore Management University was created.

The station was commissioned through the Marina Line Architectural Design Competition jointly organized by Land Transport Authority and Singapore Institute of Architects. In 2009, "Best Transport Building" was awarded to the designers at WOHA Architects at the World Architecture Festival.[2]

History

Date Event
17 April 2010 Station officially opens

Artworks

  • Circle Line: The Amazing Neverending Underwater Adventures! by Tan Kai Syng
    The artist plays the protagonist, Desyphus, a “Perpetual Commuter” on an adventure on the Circle Line. The videos projected on the wall below the station’s water-filled glass skylight takes commuters through themes of travel, time, memory and the train line.[3]

Layout

L1 Street Level Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Management University, DT21 Bencoolen
B1 Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre
B2 Service Level Restricted access
B3 Service Level Restricted access
B4 Transfer Hall between Concourse and Platforms
B5
BPlatform CC2
Bras Basah
CC1NS24NE6
Dhoby Ghaut
Platform A/B
APlatform CC29NE1
HarbourFront
CC15NS17
Bishan
CC3
Esplanade
CC2
Bras Basah

Exits

Exit Disabled-Access Location/Nearby
A Singapore Art Museum, NTUC Trade Union House
B Handicapped/disabled access Singapore Management University
C Handicapped/disabled access Singapore Management University
D Manulife Centre
E Singapore Art Museum, Manulife Centre

Transport Services

First/Last Train Timing

Destination First Train Last Train
Mon − Fri Sat Sun & P.H. Daily
Circle Line
CC1 Dhoby Ghaut 05:54 05:54 06:21 00:03
CC29 HarbourFront 05:39 05:39 06:06 22:50
CC26 Pasir Panjang 23:20
CC23 one-north 23:36
CC17 Caldecott 00:03
CC11 Tai Seng 00:11

Bus

Bus Stop Exit Bus Service
(01012) Hotel Grand Pacific A
2
7
12
12e
32
33
51
61
63
80
175
(04179) Aft Bras Basah Stn Exit A A
7
14
14e
16
16M
36
77
106
111
131
162
162M
167
167e
171
175
502
502A
518
518A
652
656
660
663
665
700
700A
850E
857
951E
(04121) SMU B
7
7A
14
14e
16
16M
36
77
106
111
124
131
147
162
162M
166
167
167e
171
174
174e
175
190
652
656
660
663
665
700
700A
850E
857
951E
971E
(04151) Cath of The Good Shepherd B
130
133
145
197
851
851e
960
960e
(04019) Opp Bencoolen Stn Exit B D
131
147
166
857

References

  1. "Factsheet Bras Basah Station". Land Transport Authority (16 April 2010). Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  2. "Bras Basah Mass Rapid Transit Station" World Buildings Director. Retrieved 11 October 2013.
  3. "Art in Transit". Land Transport Authority. Retrieved 22 June 2020.
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