Gul Circle Station
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|East West Line: There is no Train Service between Joo Koon and Gul Circle stations. Bridging Bus Services are available between Joo Koon and Gul Circle stations.
East West Line: Train services will end earlier on Fridays and Saturdays and will start later on Saturday and Sunday. Shuttle bus services are available. Certain bus service will be extended to coincide with the last shuttle bus timing.
Bukit Panjang LRT: There is no Train Service on all 14 stations on Sundays. Shuttle bus services are available.
|Address||7A Tuas Road|
|Line(s)||East West Line|
This station ceiling is 33 metres above ground - about the height of a 10-storey HDB (Housing Development Board) block, the highest elevated station along the MRT network. There are two reasons for the height. First, the 7.5km, $3.5 billion extension goes over the Ayer Rajah Expressway viaduct at the Pan-Island Expressway interchange. Second, a 4.8km portion of the line is being integrated with a road viaduct, which runs below the rail line. 
|18 June 2017||Station officially opens|
|L4||Platform B||East West Line|
EW33Tuas Link (←)
|Platform D||No Regular Service|
|L3||Platform A||East West Line|
EW1Pasir Ris (→)
CG2Changi Airport (Transfer at
EW4Tanah Merah) (→)
|Platform C||No Regular Service|
|L2||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre|
|A||Tuas Road, Tuas Fire Station|
|B||Tuas Road, Tuas Avenue 3|
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|East West Line|
|Bus Stop||Exit||Bus Service|
|(24511) Gul Circle Stn Exit A||A|
|(24519) Gul Circle Stn Exit B||B|
- "MRT Tuas West Extension to soar above the ground". Christopher Tan (The Straits Time). Retrieved 3 February 2015.
- "Tuas West Extension Opens on 18 June 2017". Land Transport Authority (27 April 2017). Retrieved 27 April 2017.
|East West Line||[ V • T • ]|
|Stations||Pasir Ris • Tampines • Simei • Tanah Merah • Bedok • Kembangan • Eunos • Paya Lebar • Aljunied • Kallang • Lavender • Bugis • City Hall • Raffles Place • Tanjong Pagar • Outram Park • Tiong Bahru • Redhill • Queenstown • Commonwealth • Buona Vista • Dover • Clementi • Jurong East • Chinese Garden • Lakeside • Boon Lay • Pioneer • Joo Koon • Gul Circle • Tuas Crescent • Tuas West Road • Tuas Link|
Changi Airport Extension: Tanah Merah • Expo • Changi Airport
|Rolling Stock||C151 • C651 • C751B • C151A • C151B • C151C|
|Depots||Changi • Ulu Pandan • Tuas • East Coast|