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{{Infobox/Line
 
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|Line=NSL
 
|Code={{Code/1|NS|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}<br>
 
|Name=North South Line<br>南北线<br>வடக்கு தெற்கு வரி
 
|Img=[[File:NSL Map.png|centre|300px]]
 
|Info=
 
{{Infoline|Status|Operational}}
 
{{Infoline|Termini|{{Stn|Jurong East}}<br>{{Stn|Marina South Pier}}}}
 
{{Infoline|Stations|27}}
 
{{Infoline|Services|1}}
 
{{Infoline|Operator(s)|{{SMRT}}}}
 
{{Infoline|Rolling stock|[[Kawasaki Heavy Industries C151|C151]], [[Siemens C651|C651]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & Nippon Sharyo C751B|C751B]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151A|C151A]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151B|C151B]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CRRC Qingdao Sifang C151C|C151C]]}}
 
{{Infoline|Line length|45 km}}
 
{{Infoline|Track gauge|1,435 mm standard gauge}}
 
{{Infoline|Electrification|750V DC Third rail}}
 
}}
 
  
'''North South Line (NSL)''' is the first [[Mass Rapid Transit]] (MRT) line. Traveling from one end to the other takes about 65 minutes. The line is currently 45 km long with 27 stations.
 
 
==History==
 
{|class="wikitable mw-collapsible" style="width:50%"
 
|-
 
!width=150|Date!!Event
 
|-
 
|7 November 1987||{{Stn|Yio Chu Kang}} - {{Stn|Toa Payoh}}
 
|-
 
|12 December 1987||{{Stn|Toa Payoh}} - {{Stn|Raffles Place}}
 
|-
 
|20 December 1988||{{Stn|Yishun}} - {{Stn|Yio Chu Kang}}
 
|-
 
|rowspan=2|4 November 1989||{{Stn|Raffles Place}} - {{Stn|Marina Bay}}
 
|-
 
|Separation of {{NSL}} and {{EWL}}
 
|-
 
|10 March 1990
 
|{{Stn|Jurong East}} - {{Stn|Choa Chu Kang}} (part of {{EWL}})
 
|-
 
|rowspan=2|10 February 1996||{{Stn|Choa Chu Kang}} - {{Stn|Yishun}}
 
|-
 
|{{Stn|Jurong East}} - {{Stn|Choa Chu Kang}} integrated to {{NSL}}
 
|-
 
|18 September 2010 - 19 September 2010||{{Stn|Jurong East}} - {{Stn|Bukit Batok}} suspended 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>
 
|-
 
|27 May 2011||Jurong East Modification Project (JEMP) open
 
|-
 
|23 November 2014
 
|width=350|{{Stn|Marina Bay}} - {{Stn|Marina South Pier}}
 
|-
 
|28 May 2017
 
|Switched from Fixed Block Signaling system to Communication Based Train Control Signalling System
 
|-
 
|10 December 2017||rowspan=2|{{Stn|Jurong East}} - {{Stn|Choa Chu Kang}} suspended 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>
 
|-
 
|17 December 2017
 
|-
 
|18 May 2019 - 19 May 2019||{{Stn|Woodlands}} - {{Stn|Yishun}} suspended due to the construction of {{Stn|Canberra| station}}<ref name='newCanberra'>[//www.lta.gov.sg/content/ltagov/en/newsroom/2019/4/2/three-day-closure-to-construct-crossover-track-at-canberra-station.html "Three-Day Closure to Construct Crossover Track at Canberra Station"]. Land Transport Authority (8 April 2019).</ref>
 
|-
 
|20 May 2019||{{Stn|Woodlands}} - {{Stn|Ang Mo Kio}} suspended due to the construction of {{Stn|Canberra| station}}<ref name='newCanberra'/>
 
|-
 
|2 November 2019
 
|{{Stn|Canberra}} (Added on operational line)
 
|}
 
 
===2011 train disruptions===
 
On 15 December 2011, services between {{Stn|Bishan}} and {{Stn|Marina Bay}} stations were disrupted due to damage sustained on the power rail between {{Stn|Dhoby Ghaut}} and {{Stn|City Hall}}. Trains along the stretch were stalled and caused a service disruption until 11.40pm on that day.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20120107150617/www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1171573/1/.html "North-South MRT Line breakdown hits thousands"]. Channel NewsAsia. Archived on 7 January 2012.</ref> Two days later, a similar problem caused a seven-hour disruption between {{Stn|Ang Mo Kio}} and {{Stn|Marina Bay}}.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20120107150702/www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1171888/1/.html "MRT breaks down again"]. Channel NewsAsia (17 December 2011). Archived on 7 January 2012.</ref><ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20120107185109/www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1171914/1/.html "North-South Line service resumes after 7-hour disruption"]. Channel NewsAsia. Archived on 7 January 2012.</ref> According to the Committee of Inquiry (COI) report, both disruption was caused by damage to the third rail and the trains' collector shoes.<ref>[//www.mot.gov.sg/news-centre/news/Detail/Release%20of%20Report%20of%20COI%20into%2015%20and%2017%20December%202011%20MRT%20Disruptions/ "Release of Report of COI into 15 and 17 December 2011 MRT Disruptions"]. Ministry of Transport.</ref>
 
 
===2015 train disruption===
 
On 7 July 2015 at about 7.20pm, both the {{NSL|style=font-weight:normal;}} and {{EWL|b=}} were temporarily disrupted due to massive power trips detected along the line. Train service resumed at 10.35pm at a reduced speed.<ref>[//www.lta.gov.sg/content/ltagov/en/newsroom/2015/7/2/lta-media-statement-nsewl-service-disruption-2.html "LTA Media Statement: NSEWL Service Disruption"]. Land Transport Authority (7 July 2015).</ref> The cause of the disruption was due to damaged insulators which caused a failure to properly supply power.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20160427123605/www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/power-trip-on-mrt-network/2733272.html "Power trip on MRT network due to power fault on NSEWL"]. Channel NewsAsia. Archived on 27 April 2016.</ref>
 
 
===2017 tunnel flooding===
 
On 7 October 2017, a 20-hour long disruption of services started due to flooding in the tunnels between {{Stn|Bishan}} and {{Stn|Braddell}} stations due to a faulty drainage system, resulting in disruption of train services between {{Stn|Ang Mo Kio}} and {{Stn|Marina South Pier}} stations in both directions for several hours. A trackside fire between {{Stn|Raffles Place}} and {{Stn|Marina Bay}} stations further exacerbated the disruption.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20171007164559/www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/nsl-disruption-smrt-water-in-the-tunnel-trackside-fire-caused-9289414 "Water in the tunnel, trackside fire caused train disruption on NSL: SMRT"]. Channel NewsAsia (8 October 2017). Archived on 7 October 2017.</ref>
 
 
Train services between {{Stn|Newton}} and {{Stn|Marina South Pier}} were restored on the day itself at about 9.20pm while full train service resumed at 1.36pm the following day after overnight efforts to clear the water in the tunnel.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20171008044136/www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/nsl-disruption-flooded-mrt-tunnel-sunday-9290220 "NSL disruption: No train services between Ang Mo Kio, Newton 'till further notice', says SMRT"]. Channel NewsAsia. Archived on 8 October 2017.</ref> It was discovered that the overflowing in the tunnel was caused by a malfunction in the water pumping system, which has since been repaired.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20171008181159/www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/lta-on-flooded-mrt-tunnel-9290804 "NSL disruption: Malfunctioning water pumping system resulted in flooded MRT tunnel, says LTA"]. Channel NewsAsia. Archived on 8 October 2017.</ref>
 
 
===Possible future stations===
 
* '''NS6:''' 1 new station between {{Stn|Yew Tee}} & {{Stn|Kranji}}
 
 
==Stations==
 
<div style="overflow-y:auto;width=100%">
 
{| class="wikitable" style='white-space:nowrap;"
 
!style="{{CSS/LTA}}"|Alpha-Numeric<br>Code!!style="{{CSS/LTA}}"|Station Name!!style="{{CSS/LTA}}"|Image!!style="{{CSS/LTA}}"|Working names!!style="{{CSS/LTA}}"|Notes
 
|-
 
!colspan=5 style="{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=|bc=}}"|[[File:MRTFFF.png|18px|link=|alt=]] {{NSL|b=}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/3|NS1|EW24|JE5|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/EWL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/JRL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|9=dashed}}|Jurong East|NSL-EWL|Jurong East|Terminus<br>Interchange with {{EWL}}<br>Future Interchange with {{JRL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS2|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Bukit Batok|NSL|Bukit Batok South}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS3|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Bukit Gombak|NSL|Bukit Batok North}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/3|NS4|JS1|BP1|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/JRL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|{{CSS/BPLRT|nofg=|nobc=}}|8=dashed}}|Choa Chu Kang|NSL|Choa Chu Kang|Interchange with {{BPLRT}}<br>Future Interchange with {{JRL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS5|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Yew Tee|NSL|Choa Chu Kang North}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS7|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Kranji|NSL}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS8|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Marsiling|NSL|Woodlands West}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS9|TE2|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/TEL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Woodlands|NSL|Woodlands Central|Interchange with {{TEL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS10|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Admiralty|NSL|Woodlands East}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS11|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Sembawang|NSL}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS12|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Canberra|NSL|Simpang}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS13|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Yishun|NSL|Nee Soon North}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS14|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Khatib|NSL|Nee Soon South}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS15|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Yio Chu Kang|NSL}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS16|CR11|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/CRL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|6=dashed}}|Ang Mo Kio|NSL|Note=Future Interchange with {{CRL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS17|CC15|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/CCL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Bishan|NSL|Kampong San Teng, San Teng|Interchange with {{CCL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS18|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Braddell|NSL}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS19|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Toa Payoh|NSL}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS20|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Novena|NSL|Thomson}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS21|DT11|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/DTL|nofg=|nobc=}}|m1={{Code/0}}|mb1=2px solid|mbr1=10px}}|Newton|NSL|Newton Circus|Interchange with {{DTL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS22|TE14|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/TEL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|6=dashed}}|Orchard|NSL|Scotts, Orchard Boulevard|Future Interchange with {{TEL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS23|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Somerset|NSL|Killiney}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/3|NS24|NE6|CC1|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/NEL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/CCL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Dhoby Ghaut|NSL|Dhoby Ghaut|Interchange with {{NEL}} and {{CCL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS25|EW13|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/EWL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|City Hall|NSL-EWL|Saint Andrew's|Interchange with {{EWL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/2|NS26|EW14|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/EWL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Raffles Place|NSL-EWL|Central|Interchange with {{EWL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/3|NS27|CE2|TE20|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/CCL|nofg=|nobc=}}|{{CSS/TEL|nobg=|fg=|bc=}}|9=dashed}}|Marina Bay|NSL|Telok Ayer Basin, Marina South|Interchange with {{CCL}}<br>Future Interchange with {{TEL}}}}
 
{{Stnline|{{Code/1|NS28|{{CSS/NSL|nofg=|nobc=}}}}|Marina South Pier|NSL|Marina View, Marina Pier|Terminus}}
 
|}
 
</div>
 
 
==Rolling stock==
 
The rolling stock consists of [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries C151]], [[Siemens C651]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & Nippon Sharyo C751B]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151A]], [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CSR Qingdao Sifang C151B]] and [[Kawasaki Heavy Industries & CRRC Qingdao Sifang C151C]] trains. These trains operate from two depots along the line, [[Bishan Depot]] near {{Stn|Bishan| station}} and [[Ulu Pandan Depot]] near {{Stn|Jurong East| station}}.
 
 
==References==
 
<references/>
 
 
{{Mass Rapid Transit}}
 
{{Railway Lines}}
 
{{North South Line}}
 

Revision as of 19:03, 6 September 2020