Newton MRT Station

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 NS21  DT11 
Rapid transit
Newton MRT.JPG
North South Line Platform of Newton MRT station.
Location49 Scotts Road
Singapore 228234
235 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 229901
Coordinates1°18′47″N 103°50′18″E / 1.312956°N 103.838442°E / 1.312956; 103.838442
Operated bySMRT Trains (SMRT Corporation) (North South Line)
SBS Transit DTL (Downtown Line)
Line(s)     North South Line      Downtown Line
(under construction/planning)
ConnectionsBus, Taxi
Structure typeUnderground
Platform levels4
Bicycle facilitiesYes (Exit C)
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code NS21  DT11 
Opened12 December 1987; 31 years ago (1987-12-12) (North South Line)
27 December 2015; 3 years ago (2015-12-27) (Downtown Line)
Previous namesNewton Circus
Previous station   Mass Rapid Transit   Next station
towards Jurong East
North South Line
towards Marina Bay
towards Bukit Panjang
Downtown Line
(under construction/planning)
towards Expo

Newton MRT Station (NS21/DT11) is an MRT Station in Singapore. It is an interchange station between the North South MRT Line and Downtown MRT Line. The station was formerly known as Newton Circus. It is one of the stations that is not connected from North South line to Downtown line. The station transit area is public.

History[change | change source]

The station was opened on 12 December 1987 and the original station code is N4. Downtown Line station was opened on 27 December 2015, reducing the need to take bus services 171 and 700/700A.

Exits[change | change source]

  • A: Balmoral Plaza, Goldbell Towers, Scotts Rd / Bukit Timah Rd, Sheraton Towers Singapore, Alliance Francaise De Singapour, Prudential@Scotts
  • B: Cairnhill Community Club, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources (NEA, PUB, Newton Food Centre, Scotts Rd / Cairnhill Rd), Anglo-Chinese School (Junior)
  • C: Alliance Francaise De Singapour, Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road), Anglo-Chinese School (Primary), Balmoral Plaza, Barker Road Methodist Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

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