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CC23
one-north
纬壹
ஒன்-நார்த்
One-north-CCL.png
*Graphic From SGTrains/Wikipedia/LTA
Statistics
Address 9 Ayer Rajah Avenue
Singapore 138647
Line(s) Circle Line
Connection Bus, Taxi
Abbreviation ONH

one-north (CC23) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Circle Line.

History

Date Event
8 October 2011 Station officially opens

Art in Transit

A Visual Narrative Of Pandemonic Rhythmic Movement by Yek Wong consist of three parts and stretching from above Platform B doors to the skylight, is an abstraction of colours, shapes and lines. The lines are depictions of MRT commuter traffic from morning to evening (going from left to right).[1]

Layout

L1 Street Level
B1 Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre
B2 Platform B Circle Line
Template:Terminus
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Platform A/B
Platform A Circle Line
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Exits

Exit Disabled-Access Location/Nearby
A Ayer Rajah Avenue, INSEAD
B Handicapped/disabled access Portsdown Road, Nepal Park
C Handicapped/disabled access Connexis, Fusionopolis, Symbiosis
D Galaxis, Fusionopolis

Transport Services

Rail

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Bus

Bus Stop Exit Bus Service
(18051) one-north Stn A
91
(18059) Opp one-north Stn A
91
(18151) Opp one-north Stn/Galaxis B
191
(18159) one-north Stn/Galaxis B
191

References

  1. Martin, Mayo. "Circle Line Art! The final destination(s)! A sneak peek!". For Art's Sake!. TODAYonline Blogs. Retrieved 12 Oct 2011

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