HarbourFront Bus Interchange

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Coordinates: 1°16′55″N 103°49′0″E / 1.28194°N 103.81667°E / 1.28194; 103.81667

Harbourfront Bus Interchange
Pertukaran Bas Harbourfront
Public bus
Harbourfront Bus Interchange.jpg
Interior of Harbourfront Interchange
Location4 Seah Im Road
Owned byLand Transport Authority
Operated bySBS Transit
Bus routes5 (SBS Transit)
5 (SMRT Buses)
Bus stands12 (boarding)
12 (alighting)
Bus operatorsSBS Transit (except Services 188, 188e (Alighting only), 855, 963 & 963e)
SMRT Buses (Services 188, 188e (Alighting only), 855, 963 and 963e)
Structure typeAt-grade
Disabled accessAccessible alighting/boarding points
Accessible public toilets
Graduated kerb edges
Tactile guidance system
Opened13 January 1985; 34 years ago (1985-01-13)
Key dates
13 January 1985Commenced operations

HarbourFront Bus Interchange is located within HarbourFront along Seah Im Road in Bukit Merah planning area, Singapore. The interchange serves the nearby residential estates of Telok Blangah and Bukit Purmei and also the HarbourFront commercial district, including HarbourFront Centre and VivoCity. The interchange is directly connected to HarbourFront MRT Station. It is the southernmost bus interchange in Singapore.


The interchange commenced operations on 13 January 1985 with 5 services and was initially named 'World Trade Centre Bus Terminal' until it was subsequently renamed to its present name in 2003, alongside the renaming of the World Trade Centre to HarbourFront. [1]

Bus Contracting Model[edit]

Under the new bus contracting model, all the bus routes buses were split into 6 route packages-855, 963 and 963E under Sembawang-Yishun, 188 under Choa Chu Kang-Bukit Panjang, 124 under Bishan-Toa Payoh, 80 under Sengkang-Hougang, 65 under Tampines and the rest are under Bukit Merah Bus Packages.


  1. ^ "Those Years When We Waited For Our Buses Together". Remember Singapore. 2012-10-28. Retrieved 2018-06-16.

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