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HarbourFront Bus Interchange

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Everything you need to know about the HarbourFront Bus Interchange

The HarbourFront Bus Interchange get located on Seah Im Road, close to the HarbourFront MRT Station. It was once known as the World Trade Center Bus Terminal, and The junction is close to the HarbourFront Centre and VivoCity shopping centers. The crossroads used home to 2 Parks services connected to the nearby Mount Faber Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. Due to minimal patronage, Parks services (408 & 409) get later discontinued. With direct links to Upper Serangoon, Serangoon Gardens, Jalan Kayu, Yio Chu Kang, Paya Lebar, Aljunied, Farrer, Queensway, and Orchard Road, the World Trade Center Bus Terminal opened in January 1985. HarbourFront Bus Interchange also offers bus services CBD 1, 84, 93, 100, and 163.

The terminal:

At the base of Mount Faber, in HarbourFront, is a modest bus interchange known as HarbourFront Bus Interchange. Seah Im Road and Seah Im Food Court encircle it on both sides on the west and south. The terminal’s right-angled (or end-on) slots are all used for bus parking, passenger boarding, and disembarking. Along Seah Im Road, there is just one vehicular entrance and exit from the terminal. Many roads link to the Seah Im Food Court, right next to the interchange, the HarbourFront MRT station on the east edge, Seah Im Road on the west boundary, and the HarbourFront Road on the east edge.However, recent renovations in 2011 and 2012 gave it a more modern appearance and made all berths accessible for wheelchair boarding and alighting.During the terminal’s renovation in 2011–2012, wheelchair ramps were constructed in each bus bay to make it easier for users of wheelchairs. To connect the interchange with the bus stations across the street, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch building, the HarbourFront Tower One skyscraper, and the HarbourFront Centre building, a pedestrian overhead bridge spans across Telok Blangah Road.

HarbourFront Bus Interchange Interior

Historical Background:

With direct links to Upper Serangoon, Serangoon Gardens, Jalan Kayu, Yio Chu Kang, Paya Lebar, Aljunied, Farrer, Queensway, and Orchard Road, the World Trade Center Bus Terminal opened in January 1985. It also offers bus services CBD 1, 84, 93, 100, and 163. Labrador Park and Mount Faber Park, respectively, also received Parks Services 408 and 409 in addition to trunk services. However, in 2016 and 2013, respectively, both 408 and 409 were removed.

Interchange facilities:

  • Interchange offices (SBST+SMRT)
  • Drivers lounge
  • Information boards
  • Bus arrival displays & Service guide racks
  • Toilets
  • Interactive Touchscreen Panels
  • Mobile Charging Points
  • Water Cooler
  • Umbrella Dispenser

Are you trying to find the closest station or stop to the HarbourFront Bus Interchange?

Check out this list of stations that are most convenient for your location: Telok Blangah Rd – After Harbourfront Stn (14121); Taxi Stand F32 – Telok Blangah Rd (Harbourfront MRT Exit D); Harbourfront (NE1|CC29); Telok Blangah Rd – Harbourfront Stn Exit A (14129); Harbourfront Station; Telok Blangah Rd – Bef Seah Im Rd (14139); Vivocity Station.By bus or metro, you can travel to HarbourFront Bus Interchange. These are the routes and lines that have close stops:

  • Bus: 143, 166, 188, 80, 97
  • Metro: NORTH EAST LINE, CIRCLE LINE

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