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

The Land Transport Authority has communicated that building and construction works for Hougang MRT station on the CRL are about to begin in Q4 2K21.

The works manage the style and building of interchange station plus tunnels, and even addition plus modification task to the existing Hougang station on the NEL, declared CNA.

Samsung C&T has indeed concluded the $604 million agreement for the plan’s layout also building and construction.

The company previously undertook the construction of Kovan and Hougang terminals on the North-East Line. At the moment, it is engaged in the construction of other MRT stations together with some stretches of underpass at the N-S Passage.

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With the Cross Island Line, regular commute from Hougang to Sin Ming are going to be cut in half to 20 mins. Land Transport Authority at the same time expects trip time from Hougang to Loyang enterprise zone to get reduced by 35 minutes, taking it to no more than twenty minutes.

The Cross Island Line’s primary stage, that comprises twelve terminals, is scheduled to prepare passenger service in ’30.

The line, which is getting created in three phases, will certainly assist over 100,000 houses as it presents industrial and also domestic places which include Tampines, Loyang, Defu, Pasir Ris, Serangoon North, Hougang and Ang Mo Kio, mentioned Land Transport Authority.

It said further that the track will benefit future and also current developments within the westie, eastern including north-eastern passages, linking up significant centres like the Changi region, Jurong Lake Area and also Punggol Digital District.

It recorded that frequent weekend spaces such as Bishan-AMK Park and also Changi Beach Park are going to at the same time develop into extra accessible by common transport right after the initial stage is undertaken.

SGP’s eighth Mass Rapid Transit Line, the CRL will most likely be the lengthiest wholly below ground track in SGP at beyond 50km.

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