Construction Works For Hougang MRT Station On Cross Island Line To Start In Q4

The LTA has already communicated that installation services for Hougang MRT terminal on the CRL are about to start in the Forth Quart of ’21.

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The tasks encompass the style and installation of connecting terminal plus tunnels, in addition to extra and transformation assignment to today’s Hougang terminal on the NEL, declared CNA.

Samsung C&T has indeed confirmed the $6hundred and 4 million agreement for the project’s concept together with building and construction.

The contractor in the past carried out the construction of Kovan and Hougang terminals on the NEL. Presently, it is working on the construction of another MRT stations and also some extents of passages at the North-South Corridor.

By having the Cross Island Line, every day commute from Hougang to Sin Ming will be cut in half to twenty minutes. Land Transport Authority likewise expects travel time from Hougang to Loyang industrial park to be scaled down by 35 mins, bringing it to no more than twenty minutes.

The CRL’s first stage, that includes twelve terminals, is readied to begin traveler service in ’30.

The track, which is being built in three stages, will certainly benefit over and above 100 thousand family units as it provides residential including industrial places such as Tampines, Loyang, Defu, Pasir Ris, Serangoon North, Hougang and AMK, revealed Land Transport Authority.

It included that the line will offer prospective together with current developments among the western, north-eastern and even east side passages, attaching critical hubs like the Changi region, Jurong Lake District and also Punggol Digital Area.

It indicated that frequent leisure hangouts like Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and also Changi Beach Park are going to similarly develop into more easily accessible by communal transport right after the primary phase is performed.

S’pore’s eighth Mass Rapid Transit Line, the Cross Island Line will most likely be the lengthiest fully below ground line in Singapore at accross 50 kilometers.

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