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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||151 New Bridge Road|
91 Upper Cross Street
|Line(s)||North East Line|
|15-16 February 2003||Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) Shelter Open House|
|20 June 2003||Station officially opens|
|22 December 2013||Station interchanges with Downtown Line|
This station is said to be the most challenging station to build on the North East Line, due to the large number of buildings above ground, most with reinforced concrete or timber piles and all in marine clay. Another feat was that they had to preserve Garden Bridge, a large overhead bridge on bore piles, while building the station below. The tidal Eu Tong Sen canal was also diverted into four two-meter diameter steel pipes slung under the temporary traffic decks (two on each side). Rigorous safety precautions ensured there were no fatal accidents during the construction.
Art in Transit
Flying Colours by Cheo Chai Hiang, can be found in the Downtown Line part of the station. The artwork depicts hanging clothes on poles outside windows, delivering the illusion towards commuters passing by that the clothes are flying in the wind.
|B1||DTL Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre|
|B2||NEL Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre, Transitlink Ticket Office|
|Transfer Linkway||between Downtown Line Platforms and North East Line Platforms|
|A||Pagoda Street, Lucky Chinatown|
|C||People’s Park Complex, The Majestic, Yue Hwa Building|
|D||People’s Park Centre|
|E||Chinatown Point, New Bridge Road|
|F||Hong Lim Complex, Chinatown Point|
First/Last Train Timing
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|North East Line|
|Bus Stop||Exit||Bus Service|
|(05013) People's Pk Cplx||C|
|(05022) People's Pk Ctr||D|
|(05049) Chinatown Pt||E|
|(05131) Opp Hong Lim Cplx||F|
|(05199) Opp Hong Lim Cplx||F|
- "Other Rail Projects - North East Line". Land Transport Authority.
- "NE4 - Chinatown". SBS Transit. Retrieved 16 October 2013.
- "Downtown Line 1: Art-In-Transit". Land Transport Authority. Retrieved 16 October 2013.
|North East Line||[ V • T • ]|
|Stations||HarbourFront • Outram Park • Chinatown • Clarke Quay • Dhoby Ghaut • Little India • Farrer Park • Boon Keng • Potong Pasir • Woodleigh • Serangoon • Kovan • Hougang • Buangkok • Sengkang • Punggol|
North East Line extension: Punggol Coast
|Rolling Stock||C751A • C751C • C851E|
|Downtown Line||[ V • T • ]|
|Stations||Bukit Panjang • Cashew • Hillview • Beauty World • King Albert Park • Sixth Avenue • Tan Kah Kee • Botanic Gardens • Stevens • Newton • Little India • Rochor • Bugis • Promenade • Bayfront • Downtown • Telok Ayer • Chinatown • Fort Canning • Bencoolen • Jalan Besar • Bendemeer • Geylang Bahru • Mattar • MacPherson • Ubi • Kaki Bukit • Bedok North • Bedok Reservoir • Tampines West • Tampines • Tampines East • Upper Changi • Expo|
Downtown Line 3 Extension: Xilin • Sungei Bedok
|Depots||Gali Batu • Kim Chuan • East Coast|