North East MRT Line

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      North East MRT Line
东北地铁线
வடக்கு கிழக்கு எம்ஆர்டி வழி

The North East Line is coloured purple on system maps.
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Mass Rapid Transit (Singapore)
Status Open
Termini HarbourFront
Punggol
Stations 16
Services 1
Operation
Opened 20 June 2003 (except Woodleigh and Buangkok)
15 January 2006 (Buangkok)
20 June 2011 (Woodleigh)
Owner Land Transport Authority
Operator(s) SBS Transit
Rolling stock Alstom Metropolis C751A
Technical
Line length 20 km (12 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 instandard gauge
Electrification Overhead catenary

The North East MRT Line (NEL) was the third Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore. It is the world's second longest fully-underground, automated and driverless, rapid transit line after Singapore's Circle MRT Line.[1] The line is 20 km long with 16 stations and operated by SBS Transit. Travelling from one end of this line to the other end takes about half an hour.[2] This line is coloured purple in the rail map.

The line joins central Singapore to the north-eastern part of the island. Transfer to the North South Line is done at Dhoby Ghaut station, East West Line at Outram Park station and Circle Line at Serangoon and Dhoby Ghaut stations. The future Downtown Line will interchange with the North East Line at Chinatown and Little India stations. This line is the first in Singapore to be totally underground.

Stations[change | edit source]

Station Number Station Name Interchange
 NE1  CC29  HarbourFront Change to Circle Line
 NE3  EW16 TS17 Outram Park Change to East West Line
Change to Thomson Line
 NE4  DT19  Chinatown Change to Downtown Line
 NE5  Clarke Quay  
 NE6  NS24  CC1  Dhoby Ghaut Change to North South Line
Change to Circle Line
 NE7  DT12  Little India Change to Downtown Line (under construction)
 NE8  Farrer Park  
 NE9  Boon Keng  
 NE10  Potong Pasir  
 NE11  Woodleigh  
 NE12  CC13  Serangoon Change to Circle Line
 NE13  Kovan  
 NE14  Hougang  
 NE15  Buangkok  
 NE16 SKLRT Sengkang Change to Sengkang LRT Line
 NE17 PGLRT Punggol Change to Punggol LRT Line

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