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Is it OK to add info of train deployments (including TRNs and their sequences), acronyms legend and train fleet info (similar to what's done for buses)?
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Hi, quick question, do the pair of National Stadium bus stops along Nicoll Highway count as MRT bus stops? I have seen them reflected in the Stadium MRT locality map on SMRT's website.
I haven't been to Stadium MRT for quite some time alr, but I will make a visit later during my free time to refresh my memory. That aside, National Stadium and the overhead bridge has lifts which offer disabled access to the bus stops. If I remember correctly, sports track is open 24/7. This are the very first factors that fulfil the criteria.
Secondly, Service 11 has a long and flat 15-20 min frequency throughout the day with single deckers only (with OTA timesheet at bus stops too). That may not guarantee a smooth exit from Stadium MRT when there is a train disruption. Terminus wise at L1G, boarding is done at the bus stop, but alighting is done in the middle of the bus park. I will ask the BCs whether they will use the bus stop for dropping off wheelchair pax.
The bus services serving National Stadium bus stops comprises of a majority of Double Decks for at least four services (10,14,70/M,196). Frequency for all the bus services is spread out well even during off peak hours, so it might take earliest 5 mins latest 12 mins to see a city bound bus arrive (A quick check on bus app would prove so as well). Likewise, 70/M also provides a direct shortcut for pax going to Paya Lebar - Tai Seng and Serangoon sectors, last bus 00:16.
I will share with you any further findings once I complete my site visit. Thanks and regards!
Walking takes around 10-12 mins around the stadium tracks, barrier-free access has also been checked. As per the points above in the reply, I think National Stadium bus stops can be added and I will leave it to you to make the final decision. Thanks.
For Lor 1 Geylang Ter, even though there's construction for modification works, I will still leave bus 11 as first option from Stadium MRT for alternate travel, while the other bus services will be second.