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{{Infobox/Station
 
{{Infobox/Station
|Code={{Code|3|NSL|NS1|EWL|EW24|JRL|JE5}}
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|Code={{Code/3|NS1|EW24|JE5|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/EWL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/JRL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|9=dashed}}
 
|Name=Jurong East<br>裕廊东<br>ஜூரோங் கிழக்கு
 
|Name=Jurong East<br>裕廊东<br>ஜூரோங் கிழக்கு
 
|Img=[[File:Jurong East-NSL-EWL.png|centre|300px]]
 
|Img=[[File:Jurong East-NSL-EWL.png|centre|300px]]
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  {{Infoline|Address|10 Jurong East Street 12<br>Singapore 609690}}
 
  {{Infoline|Address|10 Jurong East Street 12<br>Singapore 609690}}
 
  {{Infoline|Line(s)|{{NSL}}<br>{{EWL}}<br>{{JRL}} <small>''(Future)}}
 
  {{Infoline|Line(s)|{{NSL}}<br>{{EWL}}<br>{{JRL}} <small>''(Future)}}
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{{Infoline|Structure|Elevated}}
 
  {{Infoline|Connections|[[File:Bus Logo.png|25px|link=|alt=Bus]] [[File:Taxi Logo.png|25px|link=|alt=Taxi]]}}
 
  {{Infoline|Connections|[[File:Bus Logo.png|25px|link=|alt=Bus]] [[File:Taxi Logo.png|25px|link=|alt=Taxi]]}}
 
  {{Infoline|Abbreviation|JUR}}
 
  {{Infoline|Abbreviation|JUR}}
 
}}
 
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'''Jurong East (NS1/EW24/JE5)''' is an elevated [[Mass Rapid Transit]] (MRT) station on the {{NSL}}, the {{EWL}} and the future {{JRL}}.
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'''Jurong East (NS1/EW24/JE5)''' is an elevated [[Mass Rapid Transit]] (MRT) station on the {{NSL}}, the {{EWL}} and the future {{JRL}}<ref>[//www.lta.gov.sg/content/ltagov/en/upcoming_projects/rail_expansion/jurong_region_line.html "Jurong Region Line"]. Land Transport Authority.</ref>.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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!width=150|Date!!Event
 
!width=150|Date!!Event
 
|-
 
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|5 November 1988||Station officially opens
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|5 November 1988||Station officially opened
 
|-
 
|-
|10 March 1990||Station interchanges with North South Line (then East West Line Branch Extension)
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|10 March 1990||Station interchanged with {{NSL}} (former {{EWL}} Branch Extension)
 
|-
 
|-
|27 May 2011||Jurong East Modification Project opens<ref>[//app.lta.gov.sg/corp_press_content.asp?start=9h18aw9i6asknrt367xu15fsk5yfn42ppgtynwhh6ob20585f8 "New Platform at Jurong East Station To Open on 27 May"]. Land Transport Authority (16 May 2011).</ref><ref>[//www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1129177/1/.html "Waiting times cut with new platform at Jurong East MRT station"]. Channel NewsAsia.</ref>
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|4 September 2010 - 5 September 2010||Station ({{EWL}} towards {{Stn|Pasir Ris}}) closed due to the construction of Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20170810172132/www.lta.gov.sg/apps/news/page.aspx?c=2&id=s85eyn1xd494mx139gjg66je2ombuea9i0xh1f2wk38wclhw72 "Temporary MRT service disruption"]. Land Transport Authority. Archived on 10 August 2017.</ref>
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|18 September 2010 - 19 September 2010||Station ({{NSL}}) closed due to the construction of Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20170810131137/www.lta.gov.sg/apps/news/page.aspx?c=2&id=058q6so69agyvk91js52vnv44lwpwyt68g9o43o0ve7tc9guwv "LTA and SMRT gear up for disruption over the weekend"]. Land Transport Authority. Archived on 10 August 2017.</ref>
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|-
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|27 May 2011||Jurong East Modification Project officially opened<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20110807024721/app.lta.gov.sg/corp_press_content.asp?start=9h18aw9i6asknrt367xu15fsk5yfn42ppgtynwhh6ob20585f8 "New Platform at Jurong East Station To Open on 27 May"]. Land Transport Authority. Archived on 7 August 2011.</ref>
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|10 December 2017||rowspan=2|Station closed due to the upgrading of signaling system on the {{EWL}}<ref>[//www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/2-full-day-shutdowns-shorter-operating-hours-for-19-nsewl-mrt-9425326 "2 full-day shutdowns, shorter operating hours for 19 NSEWL MRT stations in December: LTA, SMRT"]. Channel NewsAsia (21 November 2017).</ref>
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|17 December 2017
 
|}
 
|}
  
 
===Jurong East Modification Project===
 
===Jurong East Modification Project===
The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP) was a key infrastructural upgrading project involving the construction of two new platforms and a new track at Jurong East, allowing two trains along the [[North South Line]] to enter and depart the station at the same time. Previously, trains had to take turns to arrive and depart from the station using a shared middle track. The new platforms and track allow for shorter train intervals, reducing waiting times and reducing the crowding in trains.<ref>[//app.lta.gov.sg/corp_press_content.asp?start=1964 "The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)"]. Land Transport Authority.</ref>
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The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP) was a key infrastructural upgrading project involving the construction of two new platforms and a new track at Jurong East, allowing two trains along the {{NSL|b=}} to enter and depart the station concurrently. Previously, trains had to take turns to arrive and depart from the station using a shared middle track. The new platforms and track allowed for shorter train intervals, reducing waiting times and reducing the crowding in trains.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20110527042858/app.lta.gov.sg/corp_press_content.asp?start=1964 "The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)"]. Land Transport Authority. Archived on 27 May 2011.</ref>
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===2005 bomb hoax===
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On 4 February 2005, Mak Hoy Meng, 29, went up to an SMRT employee at this station and gave him two handwritten notes that declared there was a bomb at one of the stations.<ref>"Man Jailed For Bomb Hoax". Straits Times (11 March 2005).</ref> The restaurant supervisor told Yeow Meng Chai that he saw a man drop the notes and even described the fellow in detail, down to the brand of the bag he was carrying. But under questioning by the police, he admitted he had written them himself and there were no bombs. His story came apart when his description differed in later versions. By then, police officers had searched extensively for the man. However, trains were not stopped.
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===2011 murder===
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A 62 year old woman was found injured at the station at about 2.35pm on 24 November 2011. The woman was taken to the National University Hospital where she subsequently died from her injuries. Police subsequently arrested a 55 year old man for the alleged murder the following day.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20131004215822/news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne+News/Singapore/Story/A1Story20111124-312513.html "Murder at Jurong East MRT station"]. AsiaOne (24 November 2011). Archived on 4 October 2013.</ref>
  
 
==Layout==
 
==Layout==
 
{| class="layout"
 
{| class="layout"
 
!rowspan=7|L3
 
!rowspan=7|L3
|Platform A
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|colspan=2|{{Route/2|NSL|A|r|{{NextStn|NS28}}|{{NextStn|NS9}}|{{NextStn|NS2}}|{{CurrentStn|NS1|r=}}}}
|{{RailRoute/2|NSL|left|{{NS28}}|{{NS9}}|{{NS2}}|{{NS1}}}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform A/B
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform A/B
 
|-
 
|-
|Platform B/C||{{RailRoute/3|EWL|right|{{EW24}}|{{EW23}}|{{EW4}}|{{EW1}}|{{CG2}}}}
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|colspan=2|{{Route/3|EWL|B/C|l|{{CurrentStn|EW24|l=}}|{{NextStn|EW23}}|{{NextStn|EW4}}|{{NextStn|EW1}}|{{CG2}}}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform C/D
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform C/D
 
|-
 
|-
|Platform D/E
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|colspan=2|{{Route/2|NSL|D/E|r|{{NextStn|NS28}}|{{NextStn|NS9}}|{{NextStn|NS2}}|{{CurrentStn|NS1|r=}}}}
|{{RailRoute/2|NSL|left|{{NS28}}|{{NS9}}|{{NS2}}|{{NS1}}}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform E/F
 
|colspan=2 class="platform"|Platform E/F
 
|-
 
|-
|Platform F||{{RailRoute/1|EWL|left|{{EW33}}|{{EW25}}|{{EW24}}}}
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|colspan=2|{{Route/1|EWL|F|r|{{NextStn|EW33}}|{{NextStn|EW25}}|{{CurrentStn|EW24|r=}}}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
!width=25|L2
 
!width=25|L2
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|}
 
|}
  
'''Notes''': Platform A and B will opens between 6am and 11am and 5pm and 9pm on Weekdays except PH, and during {{NSL}} train withdrawal.
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'''Notes''': Platform A and B will opens between 6am and 10am and 5pm and 8pm on Weekdays except PH, and during {{NSL}} train withdrawal.
  
 
==Exits==
 
==Exits==
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!width=70|Mon − Fri!!width=70|Sat!!width=70|Sun & P.H.!!width=70|Daily
 
!width=70|Mon − Fri!!width=70|Sat!!width=70|Sun & P.H.!!width=70|Daily
 
|-
 
|-
!colspan=5 class="NSL" style="text-align:center;"|[[File:MRTFFF.png|20px|link=|alt=]] North South Line
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!colspan=5 style="{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=|bc=}}text-align:center;"|[[File:MRTFFF.png|20px|link=|alt=]] {{NSL|style={{CSS/NSL|nobg=|nofg=|nobc=|bc=}}}}
{{MRTTime|NSL|NS28|Marina South Pier|05:16|05:16|05:35|22:46}}
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{{Timing|NS28||05:16|05:16|05:35|22:46|nv=}}
{{MRTTime|NSL|NS19|Toa Payoh|L=23:28}}
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{{Timing|NS19||L=23:28|nv=}}
{{MRTTime|NSL|NS16|Ang Mo Kio|L=00:17}}
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{{Timing|NS16||L=00:17|nv=}}
 
|-
 
|-
!colspan=5 class="EWL" style="text-align:center;"|[[File:MRTFFF.png|20px|link=|alt=]] East West Line
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!colspan=5 style="{{CSS/EWL|nofg=|nobc=|bc=}}text-align:center;"|[[File:MRTFFF.png|20px|link=|alt=]] {{EWL|style={{CSS/EWL|nobg=|nofg=|nobc=|bc=}}}}
{{MRTTime|EWL|EW1|Pasir Ris|05:42|05:42|06:12|23:42}}
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{{Timing|EW1||05:42|05:42|06:12|23:42|nv=}}
{{MRTTime|EWL|EW33|Tuas Link|05:14|05:14|05:44|00:25}}
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{{Timing|EW33||05:14|05:14|05:44|00:25|nv=}}
 
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{|class="wikitable"
 
!width=240|Bus Stop!!width=30|Exit!!width=300|Bus Service
 
!width=240|Bus Stop!!width=30|Exit!!width=300|Bus Service
{{BusGuide|28009|Jurong East Temp Int|A}}{{Bus|41|TTS}} {{Bus|49|TTS}} {{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|52|SBST}} {{Bus|66|TTS}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|98|TTS}} {{Bus|98M|TTS}} {{Bus|105|SBST}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|160|SBST}} {{Bus|183|TTS}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}} {{Bus|334|TTS}} {{Bus|335|TTS}} {{Bus|506|SBST}}
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{{BusGuide|28009|Jurong East Temp Int|A}}{{Bus|41|TTS}} {{Bus|49|TTS}} {{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|52|SBST}} {{Bus|66|TTS}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|98|TTS}} {{Bus|98M|TTS}} {{Bus|105|SBST}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|160|SBST}} {{Bus|160M|SBST}} {{Bus|183|TTS}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}} {{Bus|334|TTS}} {{Bus|335|TTS}} {{Bus|506|SBST}}
 
{{BusGuide|28241|Opp Jurong East Lib|A}}{{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|176|SMRT}} {{Bus|178|SMRT}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|198|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}}
 
{{BusGuide|28241|Opp Jurong East Lib|A}}{{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|176|SMRT}} {{Bus|178|SMRT}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|198|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}}
 
{{BusGuide|28249|Jurong East Lib|A}}{{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|176|SMRT}} {{Bus|178|SMRT}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|198|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}}
 
{{BusGuide|28249|Jurong East Lib|A}}{{Bus|51|SBST}} {{Bus|78|TTS}} {{Bus|79|TTS}} {{Bus|97|TTS}} {{Bus|97e|TTS}} {{Bus|143|TTS}} {{Bus|143M|TTS}} {{Bus|176|SMRT}} {{Bus|178|SMRT}} {{Bus|197|SBST}} {{Bus|198|SBST}} {{Bus|333|TTS}}

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NS1EW24JE5
Jurong East
裕廊东
ஜூரோங் கிழக்கு
Jurong East-NSL-EWL.png
*Graphic From SGTrains/Wikipedia/LTA
Statistics
Address 10 Jurong East Street 12
Singapore 609690
Line(s) North South Line
East West Line
Jurong Region Line (Future)
Structure Elevated
Connections Bus Taxi
Abbreviation JUR

Jurong East (NS1/EW24/JE5) is an elevated Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line, the East West Line and the future Jurong Region Line[1].

History[edit]

Date Event
5 November 1988 Station officially opened
10 March 1990 Station interchanged with North South Line (former East West Line Branch Extension)
4 September 2010 - 5 September 2010 Station (East West Line towards Pasir Ris) closed due to the construction of Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)[2]
18 September 2010 - 19 September 2010 Station (North South Line) closed due to the construction of Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)[3]
27 May 2011 Jurong East Modification Project officially opened[4]
10 December 2017 Station closed due to the upgrading of signaling system on the East West Line[5]
17 December 2017

Jurong East Modification Project[edit]

The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP) was a key infrastructural upgrading project involving the construction of two new platforms and a new track at Jurong East, allowing two trains along the North South Line to enter and depart the station concurrently. Previously, trains had to take turns to arrive and depart from the station using a shared middle track. The new platforms and track allowed for shorter train intervals, reducing waiting times and reducing the crowding in trains.[6]

2005 bomb hoax[edit]

On 4 February 2005, Mak Hoy Meng, 29, went up to an SMRT employee at this station and gave him two handwritten notes that declared there was a bomb at one of the stations.[7] The restaurant supervisor told Yeow Meng Chai that he saw a man drop the notes and even described the fellow in detail, down to the brand of the bag he was carrying. But under questioning by the police, he admitted he had written them himself and there were no bombs. His story came apart when his description differed in later versions. By then, police officers had searched extensively for the man. However, trains were not stopped.

2011 murder[edit]

A 62 year old woman was found injured at the station at about 2.35pm on 24 November 2011. The woman was taken to the National University Hospital where she subsequently died from her injuries. Police subsequently arrested a 55 year old man for the alleged murder the following day.[8]

Layout[edit]

L3
APlatform NS28
Marina South Pier
NS9TE2
Woodlands
NS2
Bukit Batok
NS1EW24
Jurong East
Platform A/B
B/CPlatform EW24NS1
Jurong East
EW23
Clementi
EW4CG
Tanah Merah
EW1
Pasir Ris
CG2
Changi Airport
Platform C/D
D/EPlatform NS28
Marina South Pier
NS9TE2
Woodlands
NS2
Bukit Batok
NS1EW24
Jurong East
Platform E/F
FPlatform EW33
Tuas Link
EW25
Chinese Garden
EW24NS1
Jurong East
L2 Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre, Transitlink Ticket Office
L1 Street Level Jurong East Bus Interchange

Notes: Platform A and B will opens between 6am and 10am and 5pm and 8pm on Weekdays except PH, and during North South Line train withdrawal.

Exits[edit]

Exit Disabled-Access Location/Nearby
A Handicapped/disabled access Jurong East Bus Interchange, Jurong Gateway Road, Jurong East Central, JCube mall
B Handicapped/disabled access Venture Avenue, Jurong Gateway Road
C Handicapped/disabled access JEM, Big Box
D Handicapped/disabled access Westgate

Transport Services[edit]

First/Last Train Timing[edit]

Destination First Train Last Train
Mon − Fri Sat Sun & P.H. Daily
North South Line
NS28 Marina South Pier 05:16 05:16 05:35 22:46
NS19 Toa Payoh 23:28
NS16 Ang Mo Kio 00:17
East West Line
EW1 Pasir Ris 05:42 05:42 06:12 23:42
EW33 Tuas Link 05:14 05:14 05:44 00:25

Bus[edit]

Bus Stop Exit Bus Service
(28009) Jurong East Temp Int A
41
49
51
52
66
78
79
97
97e
98
98M
105
143
143M
160
160M
183
197
333
334
335
506
(28241) Opp Jurong East Lib A
51
78
79
97
97e
143
143M
176
178
197
198
333
(28249) Jurong East Lib A
51
78
79
97
97e
143
143M
176
178
197
198
333
(28201) Opp The JTC Summit B
990

References[edit]

  1. "Jurong Region Line". Land Transport Authority.
  2. "Temporary MRT service disruption". Land Transport Authority. Archived on 10 August 2017.
  3. "LTA and SMRT gear up for disruption over the weekend". Land Transport Authority. Archived on 10 August 2017.
  4. "New Platform at Jurong East Station To Open on 27 May". Land Transport Authority. Archived on 7 August 2011.
  5. "2 full-day shutdowns, shorter operating hours for 19 NSEWL MRT stations in December: LTA, SMRT". Channel NewsAsia (21 November 2017).
  6. "The Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP)". Land Transport Authority. Archived on 27 May 2011.
  7. "Man Jailed For Bomb Hoax". Straits Times (11 March 2005).
  8. "Murder at Jurong East MRT station". AsiaOne (24 November 2011). Archived on 4 October 2013.
North South Line [ VTE ]
Stations Jurong EastBukit BatokBukit GombakChoa Chu KangYew TeeKranjiMarsilingWoodlandsAdmiraltySembawangCanberraYishunKhatibYio Chu KangAng Mo KioBishanBraddellToa PayohNovenaNewtonOrchardSomersetDhoby GhautCity HallRaffles PlaceMarina BayMarina South Pier
Rolling Stock C151C151AC151BC151CC651C751BCR151
Depots BishanUlu Pandan
East West Line [ VTE ]
Stations Pasir RisTampinesSimeiTanah MerahBedokKembanganEunosPaya LebarAljuniedKallangLavenderBugisCity HallRaffles PlaceTanjong PagarOutram ParkTiong BahruRedhillQueenstownCommonwealthBuona VistaDoverClementiJurong EastChinese GardenLakesideBoon LayPioneerJoo KoonGul CircleTuas CrescentTuas West RoadTuas Link
Changi Airport ExtensionTanah MerahExpoChangi Airport
Rolling Stock C151C151AC151BC151CC651C751BCR151
Depots ChangiUlu PandanTuasEast Coast
Jurong Region Line [ VTE ]
Stations Choa Chu KangChoa Chu Kang WestTengahHong KahCorporationJurong WestBahar JunctionBoon LayEnterpriseTukangJurong HillJurong Pier
Jurong West ExtensionBahar JunctionGek PohTawasNanyang GatewayNanyang CrescentPeng Kang Hill
Jurong East ExtensionTengahTengah PlantationTengah ParkBukit Batok WestToh GuanJurong EastJurong Town HallPandan Reservoir
Rolling Stock CJ151
Depots Tengah