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

The Land Transport Authority has reported that installation labour for Hougang MRT station on the Cross Island Line are scheduled to kick off in Quarter Four 2021.

The jobs involve the concept and development of connecting station and passages, and even add-on plus conversion job to the existent Hougang station on the NEL, stated CNA.

Samsung C&T has indeed secured the $6hundred and 4 mil deal for the job’s concept as well as development.

The business prior carried out the installation of Kovan and Hougang terminals on the NEL. At present, it is focused on the construction of other MRT stations and also some stretches of passages at the North-South Passage.

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With the CRL, regular travel from Hougang to Sin Ming are going to be reduced to twenty mins. LTA also anticipates traveling period of time from Hougang to Loyang industrial area to get lessened by 35 minutes, taking it to no more than 20 minutes.

The CRL’s very first stage, that makes up twelve stations, is readied to kick off passenger service in 2030.

The track, that is getting constructed in 3 phases, will enhance beyond 100 thousand families as it presents non commercial along with commercial areas including Tampines, Loyang, Defu, Pasir Ris, Serangoon North, Hougang and Ang Mo Kio, reported Land Transport Authority.

It included that the line is going to satisfy prospective including current properties among the west side, north-eastern and also eastern corridors, attaching major centers like the Changi area, Jurong Lake District and Punggol Digital Area.

Right after the initial phase is carried out, it considered that popular recreational locations which include Bishan-AMK Park along with Changi Beach Park will certainly furthermore end up being far more easily accessible by communal transportation.

Singapore’s eighth MRT Line, the CRL will most likely be the longest fully underground line in S’pore at over 50km.

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