Bayfront MRT Station
| CE1 DT16
Bayfront MRT Station
Stesen MRT Bayfront
Commuters in Bayfront MRT station.
|Address||11 Bayfront Avenue
|Opened||14 January 2012 (Circle Line)
22 December 2013 (Downtown Line)
|Station code||CE1 DT16|
|Operator||SMRT Trains (SMRT Corporation) (Circle Line)
SBS Transit DTL (Downtown Line)
Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit station located in the Marina Bay area. The station is on the Circle Line Extension between Promenade and Marina Bay. It will interchange with the Downtown Line Stage 1, formerly known as the Downtown Extension, on 22 December 2013. It will connect the Marina Bay Sands Casino at Marina Bay to both lines, linking the casino with the MRT system. This station has an underground linkway that takes visitors to the Gardens by the Bay.
Art in Transit
Titled as "When the Ships Comes In" by Lee Wen is a mural, composed of a collage, located on the underground linkway of the station. The collage of images of ships, drawn by young Singaporeans, brings a remembrance of the past of Port of Singapore and Singapore's future hopes.
|L1||Street Level||Marina Bay Sands|
|B1||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control, Transitlink Counter, Shops, Marina Bay Sands|
|B2||Platform A||Downtown Line
(under construction) towards DT19 NE4 Chinatown (←)
|Platform B||Circle Line
towards CE2 NS27 Marina Bay (←)
|B3||Platform C||Downtown Line
(under construction) towards DT14 EW12 Bugis (→)
|Platform D||Circle Line
towards CC29 NE1 HarbourFront or CC6 Stadium (→)
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon – Sat||Sunday &
|to CC6 Stadium||6.02am||6.26am||11.57pm|
|to CE2 Marina Bay||6.17am||6.37am||11.51pm|
|to DT14 Bugis||6.19am||6.39am||12.04am|
|to DT19 Chinatown||6.05am||6.31am||11.49pm|
- "Land Transport Masterplan: Downtown Line Stage 1 to open on Dec 22". The Straits Times. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
- "Downtown Line 1: Art-In-Transit". Land Transport Authority. Retrieved 16 October 2013.
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