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Braddell Bus Park

Braddell Bus Park Transport

Understand more about the Braddell Bus Park

On Braddell Road in Toa Payoh, Singapore, there is an SBS Transit bus park called Braddell Bus Park. The Singapore Traction Company owned the old bus park at MacKenzie Road, which get replaced by Braddell Bus Park in 1978. Before undergoing renovations in 1997 to construct a new facility called ComfortDelGro and changing its name to Braddell Bus Park in 2001, Toa Payoh Bus Depot (TPDEP), which served as the depot’s primary function, was where buses get stored. The location not only acts as a bus park but also as the corporate office for ComfortDelGro and many regional affiliates, most of which get housed in two office building blocks. SBS Transit, ComfortDelGro Bus, CityCab, ComfortDelGro Engineering, ComfortDelGro Rent-A-Car, Metroline, and Moove Media are some of these subsidiaries. Additionally, ComfortDelGro Engineering has workshops on the property.

History:

SBS Transit operates the bus park known as Braddell Bus Park on Braddell Road in Toa Payoh, Singapore. Additionally, ComfortDelGro buses can park there. The fleet’s total number of buses was 286 as of November 2014. The Singapore Traction Company owns Braddell Bus Park, constructed in 1978 to replace the previous bus park at MacKenzie Road. Before undergoing restoration in 1997 to build a new structure called ComfortDelGro and changing its name to Braddell Bus Park in 2001, Braddell Bus Park served as a central bus depot known as Toa Payoh Bus Depot (TPDEP).

Location:

Braddell Bus Park get located in the offices of Comfort DelGro, SBS Transit’s parent company, and its affiliates. These divisions include Moove Media, Comfort, CityCab Taxis, ComfortDelGro Engineering, ComfortDelGro Rent-A-Car, and ComfortDelGro Bus. On-site workshops for ComfortDelGro Engineering are also available. The bus division of SBS Transit, also known as BRBP, is a sub-depot of Ang Mo Kio Depot. The facility’s principal function is as a bus park, even though specialized maintenance can do there. The depot, which replaced the previous Toa Payoh Bus Depot, was constructed by the Singapore Bus Service (SBS) in the late 1970s to facilitate the development of its fleet of about S$9 million.

Depot Fleet:

The following bus models get now housed in Braddell Bus Park:

Single Deck Buses

  • MAN A22
  • Mercedes-Benz Citaro
  • Scania K230UB

Double Decker Buses:

Braddell Bus Park Bridge 

  • MAN A95
  • Volvo B9TL

Want to know if there is another route you may take to get there sooner?

You can find alternate routes and times with the aid of some apps. With the help of the Moovit app or website, you can find directions to and from 205 Braddell Road. More than 930 million users, including users in Singapore, depend on Moovit as their go-to app for public transportation because we make it simple to go to 205 Braddell Road. You don’t need to download a separate bus or train app because your all-in-one transportation app allows you to find the best bus or train time available. Visit 205 Braddell Road for information on fares and ride costs for the bus and metro.

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