Woodlands MRT station

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 NS9  TE2 
Rapid transit
TEL platform of Woodlands MRT Station.
Location30 Woodlands Avenue 2
Singapore 738343 (NSL)
11 Woodlands Square
Singapore 737736 (TEL)
Coordinates1°26′13.54″N 103°47′11.34″E / 1.4370944°N 103.7864833°E / 1.4370944; 103.7864833Coordinates: 1°26′13.54″N 103°47′11.34″E / 1.4370944°N 103.7864833°E / 1.4370944; 103.7864833
Operated bySMRT Trains Ltd (SMRT Corporation) (North South and Thomson–East Coast lines)
Platforms4 (2 island platform)
ConnectionsWoodlands Temporary Bus Interchange, Taxi
Structure typeElevated (North South line)
Underground (Thomson–East Coast line)
Platform levels2
ParkingYes (Causeway Point, Woodlands Civic Centre, Woods Square)
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code NS9  TE2 
Opened10 February 1996; 25 years ago (1996-02-10) (North South line)
Opening31 January 2020; 21 months ago (2020-01-31) (Thomson–East Coast line)
Previous namesWoodlands Central
Preceding station   Mass Rapid Transit   Following station
Thomson–East Coast line
towards Caldecott

Woodlands MRT station (NS9/TE2) is an above-ground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line and Thomson-East Coast Line[1] in Woodlands, Singapore. It is located next to the Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange and Causeway Point.

History[change | change source]

In 1990, the government of Singapore said that the North South Line will be extended to connect the already-opened Choa Chu Kang and Yishun stations. The station opened on 10 February 1996 as part of this extension. The section on the Thomson–East Coast Line opened on 31 January 2020, as part of Stage 1 of the line.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Tan, Christopher (19 September 2019). "First phase of Thomson-East Coast Line to open before Chinese New Year next year, with three stations in Woodlands". The Straits Times. Retrieved 19 September 2019.
  2. "First phase of Cross Island MRT line finalised; will have 12 stations". The Straits Times. 2019-01-25. Retrieved 2019-01-25.

Other websites[change | change source]

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