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Archive - January '05

Bus Service Diversions in Chinatown on Saturday, 15 January 2005
 

TEMPORARY BUS SERVICE DIVERSIONS DUE TO LUNAR NEW YEAR LIGHT-UP CELEBRATION IN CHINATOWN AND NORTH EAST LINE TRAIN SERVICE

On Saturday, 15 January 2005, from 3.00pm to 11.00pm, New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street (between the junction with Upper Cross Street and the junction with Kreta Ayer Road) will be closed to vehicular traffic.

As a result of this road closure, 13 SBS Transit bus services will have to be temporarily diverted. The bus services affected are : 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 80, 124, 143, 145, 147, 166, 197 and C2. Some bus stops along New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street will be skipped in the process. The bus services will revert to their original routing when the road closure is lifted.

Please see attached map for details of the diverted routes.

Commuters going to Chinatown may wish to travel on the North East Line (NEL) and alight at Chinatown Station during this period. As the Chinatown Station is expected to be very busy during this time, commuters are urged to take note of the following recommendations so as to ensure a more comfortable travelling experience.

  • Commuters are advised to top-up their ez-link cards before making the journey to Chinatown.
  • Those buying the ez-link standard tickets are encouraged to buy the standard tickets for their return journey as well.
  • Commuters may want to consider alighting at alternative NEL stations such as Clarke Quay and Outram Stations when going to Chinatown. Clarke Quay Station is less than 300m away while Outram Station is about 600m away from the Chinatown Station.



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