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

The LTA has already made known that development job for Hougang MRT terminal on the Cross Island Line are about to start in the Forth Quart of 2K21.

The tasks cover the design and building of interchange terminal plus tunnels, including add-on and modification task to the existing Hougang station on the North-East Line, published CNA.

Samsung C&T has definitely clinched the $Six hundred and Four mil deal for the task’s design and also installation.

The business earlier finished the building and construction of Kovan and Hougang terminals on the North-East Line. Presently, it is engaged in the development of another MRT stations as well as some stretches of tunnels at the N-S Passage.

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By using the CRL, routine commute from Hougang to Sin Ming are going to be cut in half to twenty minutes. LTA also calculates trip time from Hougang to Loyang industrial area to be minimized by thirty five minutes, bringing it to only 20 mins.

The CRL’s very first stage, that includes 12 terminals, is readied to commence traveler service in 2030.

The line, that is being built in three phases, will certainly serve more than 100K houses considering that it offers non commercial plus commercial areas for instance, Tampines, Loyang, Defu, Pasir Ris, Serangoon North, Hougang and Ang Mo Kio, reported LTA.

It said further that the track is going to benefit future including existing properties among the west side, east side and north-eastern passages, attaching key hubs like the Changi region, Jurong Lake District and even Punggol Digital Area.

It noted that typical family areas such as Bishan-AMK Park as well as Changi Beach Park will at the same time develop into more reachable by common transport as soon as the initial stage is finished.

Singapore’s eighth Mass Rapid Transit Line, the CRL is going to become the longest fully underground track in Singapore at more than 50km.


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