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Hougang Central Bus Interchange

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Guide to know more about the Hougang Central Bus Interchange

Hougang Central Bus Interchange is the one that serves the town of Hougang. Directly above Hougang MRT Station is where it is situated. On February 17, 1995, Goh Chee Wee, a former cabinet minister and senior minister of state for communications, trade, and industry at the time, formally opened this bus interchange to accommodate all buses traveling through the Hougang Area. In 2004, Kovan Hub replaced its sibling bus interchange, Hougang South Bus Interchange, close to the Kovan MRT station. Hougang Central Bus Interchange will enlarge to provide room for four or five additional bus services. A brand-new bus route 329 began operating between Hougang and Buangkok Crescent on July 9, 2017.

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Bus Park Expansion:

LTA published a request for proposals in April 2015 for the current Hougang Central Bus Interchange. A further 11 parking spots would be added to the existing 48 parking lots, expanding the present 1.3ha interchange by 0.3ha. The enlarged concourse will enable the addition of 4–5 new BSEP bus lines. BSI (1990) Pte. Ltd. received the construction contract (RD305 – Expansion of Bus Interchanges) in February 2016 for S$12.5 million. The new interchange is situated next to Block 838 along Hougang Central, west of the current junction, in a vacant grassy area. It debuted on January 11, 2017.

Hougang Bus Park:

To make room for the construction of the Cross Island Line, a component of the Hougang Central Bus Interchange will soon relocate. The Land Transport Authority released a Temporary Bus Parking and Driver Facility (TPDF) on January 31, 2019. Construction starts at the end of 2019 and anticipates finishing at the end of 2021. The equipment known as the site signage gets erected in Hougang Bus Park in 2021. The first day was April 25, 2022. Hougang Bus Park has 25 bus parking spaces, offices, lounges, and canteens for bus captains and staff.

Hougang Central Bus Interchange Interior

Feeder bus services:

Hougang South Bus Interchange was home to numerous feeder buses connected to Hougang, including Service 321 and its subroutes 322, 323, 326, 327, 328, and 329.Later, 329 would be discontinued and combined with 323, and 323 would be discontinued owing to low demand. In 2004, there were only routes 321, 322, 326, 327, and 328 remained. The intersection of routes 321 and 326 creates route 113, and routes 322 and 327 create route 112. While 112 and 113 began at Hougang Central, 328 was renamed 101 and extended to Serangoon. The only feeder bus route from Hougang Central would be 325 until 2014 when Feeder 324 was created as part of the Bus Service Enhancement Scheme to loop at Upper Serangoon Cres.

Hougang Central Bus Interchange Parking

Interchange facilities:

  • Passenger Service Offices (SBS Transit)
  • Add Value Machine (AVM+)
  • Drivers lounge
  • NTWU Canteen
  • Boarding and alighting berths
  • Information boards & Bus arrival display screen
  • Retail outlets
  • Service guide rack
  • Toilets

Historical Background:

  • Opening of Hougang Bus Interchange at Hougang Street 21 in 1981
  • Hougang Central Bus Interchange debuts in 1994
  • 1998: Interchange relocated to a temporary location for the building of the NEL
  • 2001: Reverted to the original page

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