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Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange

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Learn More About Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange

The Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange, formerly known as the Tampines Bus Interchange Expansion, is situated along Tampines Concourse, just north of Tampines Town Centre and adjacent to both commercial establishments and residential complexes. Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange is a 250-meter barrier-free covered walkway that connects to the current interchange built to increase the capacity of Tampines Bus Interchange. On Sunday, December 18, 2016, Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange formally inaugurated.

History

The new Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP) Bus Service 129, Bus Services 18 and 39 from the current Tampines Bus Interchange are all served by the interchange inaugurated on December 18, 2016. For Bus Service 18, which changed from Tampines Bus Interchange to Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange, two new bus stops built along Tampines Central 1 outside Tampines Bus Interchange. It enables passengers to walk less distance to the MRT Station. Feeder Bus Service 298 launched on October 21, 2017 as part of the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP). Along with the commencement of Downtown Line 3, Service 298 introduced.

About

To expand the capacity of the current interchange, Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange, which is situated around 300 metres away from Tampines Bus Interchange, was constructed. Tampines Concourse and Tampines Avenue 7 encircle the area. Along with other ancillary rooms, the concourse furnished with interchange offices, a driver’s lounge, restrooms, and supplies for a canteen. The Tampines Concourse / Tampines Central 8 connection is reached through a combined vehicular entrance/exit, while second vehicular access locates along Tampines Avenue 7. Tampines Concourse and Tampines Avenue 7 are other commuter routes to the intersection. Through a 250-meter barrier-free, covered walkway along Tampines Concourse, the interchange is connected to the Tampines Bus Interchange and the Tampines MRT Station.

Opening

The interchange will accommodate the new Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP) Service 129 bus services 18 and 39 from the current Tampines Bus Interchange and scheduled to open on December 18, 2016.

Outside of Tampines Bus Interchange, two additional bus stops built along Tampines Central 1. These bus stops, which finished in the middle of 2016, make it easier for commuters to walk a shorter distance to the MRT Station for Bus Service 18, which will change from Tampines Bus Interchange to Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange.

Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange facilities

Tampines Bus Interchange offers a wide range of amenities and services so that travellers may easily acquire whatever they require. One of the amenities is a clean and fresh NTWU canteen. There are also public restrooms with cosy boarding and alighting berths. Numerous service guide racks, up-to-date information boards, and bus arrival displays are available. Both driver’s lounge and a Transitlink office are open and functioning at the bus terminal.

Top qualities:

  • Metrolink Office
  • NTWU Cafeteria
  • informational signs

Accessing Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange

The Tampines town centre bus interchange provides Simei and the residential communities around Tampines in the Changi North industrial region. For passengers exiting the Tampines MRT line, the Tampines Bus Interchange is convenient. The closest MRT station is Tampines MRT Station, from which trains may board to travel to the bus station. The distance between the bus station and the MRT station is less than two minutes. 

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