Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange
All you need to know about the Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange
An Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) serving the residential neighborhoods around Bukit Panjang, Cashew, Teck Whye, and Yew Tee is the Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange. The interchange, integrated into the Hillion Mall and Hillion Residences, is the ninth air-conditioned bus interchange and connects smoothly to the Bukit Panjang MRT/LRT station. The Senja-Cashew Community Center, Junction 10, and Bukit Panjang Plaza are close-by public amenities. SMRT Buses served as the anchor operator for the opening of Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange on September 4, 2017. With the implementation of the Bus Contracting Model (BCM), the Choa Chu Kang – Bukit Panjang Bus Package’s future operator will take over as the anchor operator of this interchange.
The residential area of Bukit Panjang is home to the bus interchange known as the Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub. The bus interchange acts as a transportation center for commuters moving into and out of the city and offers simple access to the rail network and various bus services. It links with Bukit Panjang MRT/LRT station along the Downtown MRT Line and the Bukit Panjang LRT Line. Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange became the ninth Integrated Transport Hub on September 2017, following the openings of Toa Payoh in May 2002, Sengkang in January 2003, Ang Mo Kio in April 2007, Boon Lay in December 2009, Serangoon in September 2011, Clementi in November 2011, Bedok in November 2014, and Joo Koon in November 2015. (ITH). Three sawtooth boarding berths and a bus-friendly alighting berth are present in the passenger concourse.
In 2015, the present bus interchange will transform into a brand-new integrated transportation hub. The future Bukit Panjang MRT station, the existing Bukit Panjang LRT station, and the co-located residential, retail, and F&B complexes will all integrate with the new air-conditioned bus interchange. It will make the bus and train networks accessible to commuters, locals, and shoppers. Commuters in the nearby housing developments and shopping centers can look forward to running errands or shopping in comfort and convenience before changing to their connecting buses or trains.
The bus interchange is being rebuilt, which results in route adjustments. Along Bukit Panjang Road, services 75, 184, 700, 700A, 920, 922, and 972 begin and end. Services 176, 975, and 971E start and end on Jelebu Road. Service 970 departs from the Bukit Panjang LRT station and arrives in front of Bukit Panjang Plaza. Bukit Panjang Plaza marks the beginning of Service 75, which ends on Jelebu Road. Service 177 and Service 180 had loop service conversions. While Service 180 circles Bukit Panjang Road, Service 177 circles Upper Bukit Timah Road.
- SMRT WeCare Shop
- SMRT Passenger Service Counter
- Service Guide Rack at Service Counter
- Interactive Information Kiosks (with charging ports)
- Nursing Room
- Charging Station
- Bicycle Docks
- Transit link Ticket Office and Add-Value Machine (AVM+)
- lounge for drivers
- NTWU Canteen (two stalls)
- Boarding and alighting berths
- Bus departure timing screens
- Retail outlets
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