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|Name=Phoenix<br>凤凰<br>ஃபீனிக்ஸ்
 
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  {{Infoline|Address|40 Choa Chu Kang Road<br>Singapore 689483}}
 
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'''Phoenix (BP5)''' is an elevated [[Light Rail Transit]] (LRT) station on the {{BPLRT}}.
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'''Phoenix (BP5)''' is a [[Light Rail Transit]] (LRT) station on the {{BPLRT}}.
  
 
==History==
 
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===2000 Train Collision===
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===2000 train Collision===
An LRT train with 20 passengers crashed into an empty one at Phoenix station on 19 November 2000 after an operations officer failed to do a manual check of the lines before restarting the network system. The impact threw seated and standing passengers to the floor of the train, injuring five of them. The service was disrupted for seven hours but it was restored in stages and was fully functional again by 2.30 pm the same day. Then Communications and Information Technology Minister Yeo Cheow Tong visited the site soon after being told of the accident.<ref>[//singaporeontheweb.net/homepage2003/singaporemrtaccidents.htm "MRT Accidents"]. Singapore On The Web. Retrieved 20 November 2000.</ref>
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An LRT train with 20 passengers crashed into an empty train on 19 November 2000 after an operations officer failed to do a manual check of the lines before restarting the network system. The impact threw seated and standing passengers to the floor of the train, injuring five of them. The service was disrupted for seven hours but it was restored in stages and was fully functional again by 2.30pm the same day.<ref>[//web.archive.org/web/20070928155421/singaporeontheweb.net/homepage2003/singaporemrtaccidents.htm "LRT Accidents"]. Singapore On The Web (20 November 2000). Archived on 28 September 2007.</ref>
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===2010 incident===
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In 2010, an LRT technician, Chia Teck Heng, who was checking the power rail between Phoenix and {{Stn|Bukit Panjang}} stations, died of injuries sustained after being hit by a train.<ref>[//www.straitstimes.com/singapore/man-dies-after-being-hit-by-train-at-fajar-lrt-station "2010 Accident revealed"]. Straits Times.</ref>
  
 
==Layout==
 
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|colspan=2 class="platform top"|Platform 1

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BP5
Phoenix
凤凰
ஃபீனிக்ஸ்
Phoenix-BPLRT.png
*Graphic From SGTrains/Wikipedia/LTA
Statistics
Address 40 Choa Chu Kang Road
Singapore 689483
Line(s) Bukit Panjang LRT
Structure Elevated
Connections Bus

Phoenix (BP5) is a Light Rail Transit (LRT) station on the Bukit Panjang LRT.

History

Date Event
6 November 1999 Station officially opens

2000 train Collision

An LRT train with 20 passengers crashed into an empty train on 19 November 2000 after an operations officer failed to do a manual check of the lines before restarting the network system. The impact threw seated and standing passengers to the floor of the train, injuring five of them. The service was disrupted for seven hours but it was restored in stages and was fully functional again by 2.30pm the same day.[1]

2010 incident

In 2010, an LRT technician, Chia Teck Heng, who was checking the power rail between Phoenix and Bukit Panjang stations, died of injuries sustained after being hit by a train.[2]

Layout

L2
Platform 2
2Platform Service A: BP5
Phoenix
BP6=DT1
Bukit Panjang
BP13
Senja
BP1NS4
Choa Chu Kang
Service B: BP5
Phoenix
BP6=DT1
Bukit Panjang
BP7
Petir
BP1NS4
Choa Chu Kang
1Platform Service A/B: BP1NS4
Choa Chu Kang
BP4
Teck Whye
BP5
Phoenix
Platform 1
L1 Concourse Faregates, General Ticketing Machines
Street Level

Exits

Exit Disabled-Access Location/Nearby
A Handicapped/disabled access Choa Chu Kang Rd

Transport Services

First/Last Train Timing

Destination First Train Last Train
Mon − Fri Sat Sun & P.H. Daily
Bukit Panjang LRT

Template:MRTTime Template:LRTTime

Bus

Bus Stop Exit Bus Service
(44141) Phoenix Stn A
67
160
180
187
190
974
975
976
983
(44149) Opp Phoenix Stn A
67
160
180
187
190
974
975
976
983
NR3

References

  1. "LRT Accidents". Singapore On The Web (20 November 2000). Archived on 28 September 2007.
  2. "2010 Accident revealed". Straits Times.
Bukit Panjang LRT [ VTE ]
Stations Choa Chu KangSouth ViewKeat HongTeck WhyePhoenixBukit PanjangPetirPendingBangkitFajarSegarJelapangSenja
Former: Ten Mile Junction
Rolling Stock C801C801AC801B
Depots Ten Mile Junction