All you need to know about the Serangoon MRT
Serangoon MRT Station is a Circle Line underground station in Singapore. At the intersection of Upper Serangoon Road and Serangoon Central, the station gets located in the Serangoon Central district. Because several bus lines that used to run to the city area now finish at Serangoon Bus Interchange, this station gets a lot of traffic during peak hours. Serangoon provides service to the Nex neighborhood community amenities and various apartment blocks. November 2010, December 2010, March 2011, October 2011, December 2011, November 2012, and June 2014 are among them. Because Serangoon MRT is closer to the neighborhood, short distances to Fragrant Gardens and Lorong Chuan gets not given.
Serangoon MRT station is an underground MRT interchange station that opened in June 2003 for the North East lines and May 2009 for the Circle lines.
North-East Line :
Platform A: North East Line through NE11 Woodleigh to NE1CC29 HarbourFront
Platform B: North East Line through NE13 Kovan to NE17PTC Punggol
Platform A: Circle Line through CC14 Lorong Chuan to CC29NE1 HarbourFront
Platform B: Circle Line via CC12 Bartley to CC1NS24NE6 Dhoby Ghaut
The North-East Line (NEL) and the Circle Line (CCL) occupy two platforms in an island platform design separated by the depth at Serangoon station. The air-conditioned station is isolated from the underground environment by full-height Platform screen doors, which improve commuter safety and station comfort. Expected train arrival times and dominant messages get shown on Passenger Information Systems, which are plasma display panels positioned at each platform. The visually impaired can use tactile flooring to navigate from the platform to the station exits and other tracks on linked train lines. A system of escalators, stairs, and elevators connects all stations to the concourse and transfer linkway above. The Circle Line runs beneath the North-East Line. Hence both stations are labeled Basement 2.
The concourses for the North-East Line and Circle Line stations are both in Basement 1. They include fare gates for automatic fee collection and access between the paid and unpaid portions of the station and at least one bidirectional wide-swinging gateway for passengers in wheelchairs, those carrying heavy objects, or those traveling with prams.Commuters can buy tickets for single or many rides through General Ticketing Machines like Top-up Machines (at CCL Concourse) and accept contactless card transactions. During operational hours, commuters can make travel queries at the station offices on each concourse, which serve as a Passenger Service Centre. Even though both get classed as Basement 1, the Circle Line concourse gets built more than the North-East Line concourse. Both concourses include doors to the basement and surface levels of the following shopping complex.
- NEL Concourse Level retail outlets
- Toilets get located on the street level (L1) at Exit A and the CCL Concourse Level (B1)
- ATMs and Self-Service Machines at NEL Concourse Level (B1) and CCL Concourse Level (B1)
- Ticket Office for TransitLink
- Weekdays and Sundays, 1200 hours – 1930 hours; Saturdays, 1200 hours – 1800 hours
On public holidays, we are closed.
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