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

The LTA has already shared that installation works for Hougang Mass Rapid Transit station on the Cross Island Line are set to kick off in the Forth Quart of 2021.

The works involve the layout and construction of interchange station and tunnels, and even enhancement and modification effort to the here and now Hougang station on the North-East Line, published CNA.

Samsung C&T has definitely confirmed the $Six hundred and Four million agreement for the project’s design including development.

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The organization beforehand carried out the installation of Kovan and Hougang stations on the NEL. At present, it is working on the development of other Mass Rapid Transit terminals including some ranges of tunnels at the North-South Corridor.

By having the Cross Island Line, day to day commute from Hougang to Sin Ming are going to be cut in half to twenty mins. Land Transport Authority likewise calculates travel period of time from Hougang to Loyang industrial park to be lessened by 35 minutes, getting it to merely 20 minutes.

The CRL’s very first phase, which comprises 12 stations, is readied to kick off guest service in 2030.

The track, which is getting constructed in three phases, will serve over and above 100 thousand households considering that it offers domestic and also industrial locations which include Tampines, Loyang, Defu, Pasir Ris, Serangoon North, Hougang and Ang Mo Kio, stated LTA.

It added that the line will provide potential and even existing projects among the west side, east side including north-eastern corridors, linking primary centres like the Changi region, Jurong Lake Area including Punggol Digital Area.

It considered that popular family spaces like Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park as well as Changi Beach Park will certainly furthermore become further reachable by common transport the moment the 1st stage is carried out.

SGP’s eighth MRT Line, the Cross Island Line is going to be the lengthiest wholly underground line in Singapore at beyond 50 km.

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