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  Nov '06

Temporary Diversions Of SBS Transit Bus Services
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9 November 2006 – Temporary diversions of selected SBS Transit bus services have been planned as roads will be closed due to the following major events:

2006 SGX Bull Run – 10 November, Friday

SBS Transit bus services 10, 10e, 57, 70, 97, 100, 107, 130, 131, 162, 186, 196, and C2 will be temporarily diverted from Connaught Drive between 4pm and 8pm and Esplanade Drive (towards Nicoll Highway) between 5pm and 7.30pm.

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2nd Link Bridge Run 2006 – 12 November, Sunday

SBS Transit bus service 182 will be temporarily diverted to ply via Pioneer Road, Tuas West Road and Tuas South Avenue 3. This will be between 7am and 11am as Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim (towards Tuas Checkpoint) and 2nd Link Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic.

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For National Day Investiture 2006 – 13 November, Monday

SBS Transit bus services 10, 14, 16, 36, 70, 70#, 97, 111, 133, 162#, 196, 502, 518 and C2 will be temporarily diverted to ply via Middle Road, Beach Road (towards city), Raffles Boulevard and Temasek Avenue. This will be between 5.00pm and 11.00pm as Nicoll Highway (towards city) Temasek Boulevard between Raffles Boulevard and Foundtain of Wealth (towards Rochor Road) will be closed to vehicular traffic.

Click here to view - Poster, Map.

During the diversion period, these bus services will not call at the bus stops along the affected roads. Passengers travelling to and from the affected areas can board and alight at the bus stops along the diverted routes.

Traffic Inspectors will be deployed at the critical junctions and affected bus stops to assist in the diversions.

Please see attached posters for more details. SBS Transit service updates are also available on our website at www.sbstransit.com.sg.

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