Bukit Batok MRT
Everything you need to know about the Bukit Batok MRT
The North-South Line’s Bukit Batok MRT Station (NS2) is an above-ground station (NSL). It’s in the Bukit Batok Central planning subzone, at the Bukit Batok Central and Bukit Batok Avenue 1 intersection. The station opened in March 1990 as part of the Branch Line between Jurong East and Choa Chu Kang. Then on February 10, 1996, it merged into the enlarged North-South Line. The half-height screen doors installation began on June 29, 2010, and Lakeside operations started on August 31, 2010. Rite Hite Revolution High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) fans get placed at the final North-South Line station. The start of operations with Lakeside on November 30, 2012, marked the completion of all HVLS fan installations along the North-South Line. Bukit Batok MRT provides community services and accommodation to the town center and the nearby West Mall shopping mall. The Bukit Batok Bus Interchange provides bus services that link to various estate sections.
The station with station number B first opened on March 10, 1990, as part of the Branch line. The station number was changed from N23 to NS2 in 2001.
Bukit Batok station has an island platform configuration with two elevated North-South Line platforms. For the safety of commuters, half-height Platform screen doors get erected at the platform edge, and High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) fans keep travelers cool. In Bukit Batok MRT, A double pitched roof protects the platform level, supported by two rows of columns, similar to many other North-South Line elevated stations. The concourse level gets reached through escalators, stairs, and lifts.
A ticket concourse gets placed on the ground level of the station. Commuters can buy tickets for single or many travels through General Ticketing Machines, which like TransitLink Add Value Machines, accept contactless card transactions. The station office serves as a Passenger Service Centre, where commuters may inquire about travel options, During operational hours.
- Concourse Level Public Toilets
- Concourse Level Retail Stores
- ATMs and Self-service Machines at Concourse Level Bicycle racks at station exits
- The TransitLink Ticket Office is open every day from 12:00 pm until 7:30 pm.
- Bukit Batok Central, Bukit Batok Bus Interchange, Club CSC @ Bukit Batok, and Bukit Batok Polyclinic are all located.
- Bukit Batok Central
- West Mall
- Bukit Batok Central
The Bukit Batok station gets connected to several bus terminals, taxi stands, and passenger pick-up locations.
Bukit Batok station gets served by a bus interchange and two designated bus stops. Additional bus stations get added to give more travel alternatives.
- Bt Batok Avenue 1 (43381) (Blk 102)
- Bt Batok Ctrl -43419 (Aft Bt Batok Stn/Blk 628)
- Bt Batok Ctrl (43411). (Opp Blk 628)
Near the station exits are taxi stands and pick-up/drop-off locations:
- West Mall driveway – exit C
- Bukit Batok Central – exit D
Rail Interconnection Services:
Rail bridging services (also known as MRT breakdown shuttle buses) may deploy to ply impacted parts of the North-South Line, an MRT service interruption impact Bukit Batok station. In that event, passengers can board the buses at the following bus stops: Marina South Pier NS1EW24 NS28.
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