Guide to Singapore MRT Map, MRT Line, MRT Station & More
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Below you will find a single page with the latest Singapore MRT Map in Singapore. All Singapore Transport & MRT Map are sourced directly from various sources online including the Land Transport Authority of Singapore, SMRT Trains and SBS Transit websites.
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Singapore MRT Map: Overview and Introduction
Singapore MRT stands for Singapore Mass Rapid Transit.
The Singapore MRT Map and Train Network is divided into 6 different coloured MRT Lines:
- MRT Lines: North South MRT Line (Red), East West MRT Line (Green), Circle MRT Line (Orange), Thomson-East Coast Line (Brown), North East Line (Purple), Downtown Line (Blue)
- LRT Lines: Bukit Panjang LRT, Punggol LRT, Sengkang LRT
Singapore MRT Lines are managed by two train operators.
SMRT Trains is a wholly owned subsidiary of SMRT Corporation and is the largest rail operator in Singapore. It was known as the Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRTC) and was later renamed to Singapore MRT Limited. It operates Singapore MRT North South Line, East West Line, Circle Line, Thomson East Coast Line and Singapore Bukit Panjang LRT through its subsidiary, SMRT Light Rail.
SBS Transit is a wholly owned subsidiary of ComfortDelGro (taxi fleet operator) formed in 1973 as Singapore Bus Services (SBS) and renamed to SBS Transit in 2011. It operates Singapore MRT North East Line, Downtown Line and Punggol LRT, Sengkang LRT lines.
Overall, train disruptions are considered relatively rare in Singapore compared to other countries.
Thomson-East Coast Line, Downtown Line and Circle Line are newer lines which have opened for operations fairly recently in the last decades. The other older MRT Lines have been operating for many years and commuters might expect more frequent train breakdowns in these lines.
Singapore MRT Map: Number of Stations, Lines and Distances
As of 2020, Singapore MRT Map consists of more than 130 MRT stations spanning six MRT lines across Singapore – see above for explanation on MRT operators.
Total distance of Singapore MRT Map is more than 200km system with over three million daily ridership as per Singapore LTA website. On the other hand, Singapore LRT Map has more than 40 stations across two LRT lines covering more than 28km with over 200 thousand daily ridership. More networks are being built to further expand rail coverage.
Below is a list of Singapore MRT Maps with respective travel times. If you are looking for the complete Singapore MRT Map, skip further down to the next section.
Singapore MRT Map Fun Facts: Colour of Circle Line MRT
The Circle MRT line has always been referred to as the “Yellow Line” on all major communications and map updates. However to many observant eyes, the Circle Line is seemingly orangey.
So many start to questoin whether the Circle MRT Line is Yellow or Orange in Colour?
Fortunately, this question has been answered and confirmed by LTA – see source here. As reported, Colour of Circle Line on Singapore MRT Map is Orange and not Yellow.
Singapore MRT Map: Travel Time (Downtown Line)
Singapore MRT Map: Travel Time (Northeast Line)
Singapore MRT Map: LRT Travel Time (Sengkang)
Singapore MRT Map: LRT Travel Time (Punggol)
Singapore MRT Map Update: East West Line Train Closure from 14 March to 23 May 2021 (Sunday Only)
Singapore MRT Map Update: Extension of Train Timing for 2020 New Year’s Eve
Singapore MRT Train hours will be extended this new year’s eve as below.
Singapore MRT: North South and East West Lines New Year Eve Last Train Timing
The last MRT trains on these two lines will depart from City Hall on Jan. 1, at 1 am.
They will terminate at Marina South Pier, Jurong East, Pasir Ris, and Tuas Link.
Singapore MRT: Circle Lines New Year Eve Last Train Timing
The last MRT train on Circle Line will depart at 12.24am from Harbourfront towards Dhoby Ghaut and at 12:27am from Dhoby Ghaut towards Harbourfront station.
Singapore MRT: North East Line New Year Eve Last Train Timing
The last MRT train on North East Line will depart at 12.32am from Punggol station towards Harbourfront and at 1am from Harbourfront station towards Punggol.
Singapore MRT: Downtown Line New Year Eve Last Train Timing
The last MRT train on North East Line will depart at 12.34am from Bukit Panjang Station towards Expo Station.
Singapore MRT: Sengkang Pungol LRT New Year Eve Hours
The last train from Sengkang LRT station will depart at 1:37 am, while the last train from the Punggol LRT will depart at 1:39 am.
Singapore MRT Map Update: Thomson East Coast Line to Open in 1st Quarter 2021 Due to Covid
The second phase of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) comprises six stations from Springleaf to Caldecott, with two interchange stations at Bright Hill and Caldecott.
The completion of this second stage of Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) will open by first quarter of 2021 after a three-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, after it was originally scheduled to open in 2020 as confirmed by Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung (as reported by CNA).
Singapore MRT Map: North East Line Train Early Closure on Selected Dates in April 2021
Singapore MRT Map Full Compilation
Below is our compiled list of Singapore MRT Map for 2021! We aim to constantly update this list to ensure the most up-to-date transport maps on this page for our readers!
Singapore MRT Map 2021: Official English Language MRT Map from Land Transport Authority
Singapore MRT Map 2021: Official Chinese Language MRT Map from Land Transport Authority
Singapore MRT Map 2021: Official Indian Language MRT Map from Land Transport Authority
Singapore MRT Map 2021: Future Singapore MRT Map from Land Transport Authority
Singapore MRT Map 2020: Current Singapore MRT Map (Thomson East Coast MRT Line)
Singapore MRT Map 2013: Historical Singapore MRT Map (Downtown Line)
Singapore MRT Map 2009: Historical Singapore MRT Map
The Singapore MRT Map is revised again in 2009 when Singapore fourth MRT line (Circle Line) was opened, with the first stage (from Bartley to Marymount stations) commencing operations on 28 May 2009. The Circle line was also depicted in a quasi-circular shape on the Singapore Mrt Map.
Singapore MRT Map 2003: Historical Singapore MRT Map
The Singapore MRT Map was updated in 2002 to include the new North East Line (purple) that extended to new neighbourhoods towards the North East part of Singapore.
Singapore MRT Map 1990: Historical Singapore MRT Map
The original Singapore MRT Map in 1990 consists of four directional lines; East, West, North and South.
In this section below, we have listed news and updates related to Singapore MRT Map and Transport network that you might be interested in.
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