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| Thomson–East Coast Line|
Thomson–East Coast Line
Changi Airport Skytrain
|Address||40 Fajar Road|
|Line(s)||Bukit Panjang LRT|
|6 November 1999||Station officially opened|
|4 October 2020||Station closed due to the upgrading of signaling system on the Bukit Panjang LRT|
|11 October 2020|
|18 October 2020|
|25 October 2020|
A man was found dead on the LRT tracks at Fajar station at about 1am on 24 March 2017. In an emailed statement, SMRT said it was alerted that a body was spotted on the tracks at the station after the last train in service left the platform. He was the third person to be killed along the Bukit Panjang LRT Line since the line commenced operations in 1999.
|L1||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines|
|Street Level||Fajar Shopping Centre|
Notes: Platform 2 will opens between start of operation and 9am and between 5pm and 8pm on weekdays except public holiday.
|A||Fajar Rd, Fajar Shopping Centre|
First/Last Train Timing
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|Bukit Panjang LRT|
|Choa Chu Kang
|Choa Chu Kang
|Bus Stop||Exit||Bus Service|
|(44771) Fajar Stn||A|
|(44779) Opp Fajar Stn||A|
- "Renewal works for Bukit Panjang LRT to be conducted on Sundays in October". SMRT (18 September 2020).
- "Man dies after being run over by train at Fajar LRT station". Straits Times.
- "Man run over by train at Fajar LRT station". Kenneth Lim (Channel NewsAsia, 24 March 2017). Archived on 11 May 2017.
|Bukit Panjang LRT||[ V • T • ]|
|Stations||Choa Chu Kang • South View • Keat Hong • Teck Whye • Phoenix • Bukit Panjang • Petir • Pending • Bangkit • Fajar • Segar • Jelapang • Senja|
|FormerTen Mile Junction|
|Rolling Stock||C801 • C801A • C801B|
|Depots||Ten Mile Junction|
|Others||Bukit Panjang LRT Bridging Service|