Bras Basah station
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Train Service will be extended tonight. Certain bus services will be extended to coincide with the last train service. Please refer to Travel Advisory for more information.
East West Line: Due to track renewal works, train services between Bugis and Raffles Place stations will end at 11.30pm. Train service between Raffles Place and Outram Park will be operating at a longer frequency. Affected commuters may take the North South Line between City Hall and Raffles Place instead. Shuttle bus services are available between Bugis and Raffles Place stations. Certain bus services will be extended to coincide with the last shuttle bus timing.
: Bus Service 253, 255, 257, 400 and 402 will have operate at a lower frequency during off-peak hours. Affected commuters may try the on-demand bus service during these time.
: Bus Service NR7 will not be in operation. Affected commuters may try the on-demand bus service from 11.30pm to 2pm.
Bukit Panjang LRT: From 13 January 2019, Ten Mile Junction station will be permanent closed. Please refer here for more information.
|Address||65 Bras Basah Road|
|17 April 2010||Station officially opens|
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.
The station is 35 metres below ground and its platforms is located at basement 5. It was the deepest station from its opening until 22 December 2013 when the Downtown Line at Promenade station was completed. It is also the station with the longest escalator, at 41 metres which stretches from the ticket concourse to the transfer level and takes approximately one minute to travel.
To let light into the station, a reflective pool of water with glass panels outside Singapore Management University was created.
Art in Transit
A video work was commissioned for the Art in Transit for this station. It is presented in 29 units of sound and images, forming a narrative of an action figure caught in a Chain of Wonderful Underwater Adventures. It is displayed in the evening at the concourse level of the station.
|L1||Street Level||Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Management University|
|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|
|A||Singapore Art Museum, NTUC Trade Union House|
|B||Singapore Management University|
|C||Singapore Management University|
|E||Singapore Art Museum, Manulife Centre|
First/Last Train Timing
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|Bus Stop||Exit||Bus Service|
|(01012) Hotel Grand Pacific||A|
|(04179) NTUC Income Ctr||A|
|(04151) Cath of The Good Shepherd||B|
|(04019) Manulife Ctr||D|
- "Bras Basah Mass Rapid Transit Station" World Buildings Director. Retrieved 11 October 2013.
- "Factsheet Bras Basah Station". Land Transport Authority (16 April 2010). Retrieved 30 March 2016.
|Circle Line||[ V • T • ]|
|Stations||Dhoby Ghaut • Bras Basah • Esplanade • Promenade • Nicoll Highway • Stadium • Mountbatten • Dakota • Paya Lebar • MacPherson • Tai Seng • Bartley • Serangoon • Lorong Chuan • Bishan • Marymount • Caldecott • Bukit Brown • Botanic Gardens • Farrer Road • Holland Village • Buona Vista • one-north • Kent Ridge • Haw Par Villa • Pasir Panjang • Labrador Park • Telok Blangah • HarbourFront|
CCL Stage 6: Keppel • Cantonment • Prince Edward Road
Circle Line Extension: Promenade • Bayfront • Marina Bay
|Rolling Stock||C830 • C830C • C851E|