Bukit Batok Bus Interchange
This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (September 2017)
When Bukit Batok bus interchange was still operated by SMRT Buses
Blk 631 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore 650631|
|Owned by||Land Transport Authority|
|Operated by||Tower Transit|
9 (Tower Transit) |
3 (SMRT Buses)
1 (SBS Transit)
Tower Transit (except Services 61, 852, 944 and 991)|
SMRT Buses (Service 61, 944 and 991)
SBS Transit (Service 852)
Accessible alighting/boarding points|
Accessible public toilets
Graduated kerb edges
Tactile guidance system
|Opened||27 September 1987|
|27 September 1987||Commenced operations|
|29 May 2016||Operation of interchange transferred to Tower Transit|
|27 August 2017||New Service 944|
|25 March 2018||Service 852 handed over to SBS Transit|
|8 July 2018||New Service 991|
|8 July 2018||Service 941 extended to Bukit Batok West Avenue 9|
- Not to be confused with Bukit Batok Bus Depot.
Bukit Batok Interchange is an interchange bus station located at Block 631 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore, near West Mall Shopping Centre and Bukit Batok MRT Station. The sheltered concourse is built underneath a multi-storey carpark similar in design to the old Serangoon Interchange.
The interchange has two vehicular concourse areas, North and South.The North concourse features five sawtooth berths, two of which are used for alighting and the remaining three for boarding, with queuing lanes installed. Buses park at a bus park opposite the passenger concourse, and separate ingress and egress lanes lead to Bukit Batok Central.
The South concourse features fifteen end-on berths, which are shared among five bus services. Two end-on berths are reserved for wheelchair boarding and alighting. A combined ingress and egress lane cuts underneath the interchange and leads to a junction with Bukit Batok Central. Both concourses are able to accommodate double-deck buses.It is currently operated by Tower Transit Singapore, which operates 9 services under the Bulim Bus Package.
The interchange was officially opened on 25 October 1987 and began operations two days later. It took over a terminal along Bukit Batok West Avenue 3.
Bus Contracting Model
Under the new bus contracting model, as all the bus routes are under the Bulim Bus Package, 61 comes under the Choa Chu Kang-Bukit Panjang Bus Package. 852 comes under the Seletar Bus Package (SBS Transit). Bus services 944 and 991 has been reallocated to Bulim Bus Package under SMRT Buses.
- "Recreation facilities for Bukit Batok 'on the way'". The Straits Times. 25 September 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
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