With our neighbor up north had officially closed their border as a measure to contain the outbreak. It’s also time for us to step up our effort in containing the outbreak and practice social distancing as it is the easiest to do so. 🙂
Apart from that, there’s a minimal planned disruption in Islandwide’s public transport network over this weekend.
Here are the changes:
1) North South Line (NSL): Stations between Canberra & Ang Mo Kio will end early at around 11pm for engineering works
On the morning of 20 & 21 (Friday & Saturday), several stations Between Canberra and Ang Mo Kio will end its service earlier at around 11pm. There will be no service between Canberra & Ang Mo Kio and trains service will terminate at Canberra & Ang Mo Kio respectively.
2) Shuttle 10 | Canberra – Ang Mo Kio: Replacement shuttle during early closure of stations.
During planned disruption of the North South Line (NSL), replacement service (Shuttle 10) will be activated for passengers who wish to travel to affected stations. The said replacement service will run at a frequency of 3-5 minutes.
3) Movement Restriction Order in Malaysia
Reminder: All cross-border services between Malaysia and Singapore had been suspended since 18th March and will continue to be suspended until 31st March or until the Movement Restriction Order had been lifted. However, rail services by KTM, Shuttle Tebrau will continue its operation as usual with the exception where trips into Singapore can only be boarded by non-Malaysians and trips into Malaysia can only be boarded by Malaysians citizens.
4) Bus service diversion for removal of pedestrian bridge at Bukit Timah Road
On 22 March, 12.30am to 6.45am, several bus services will be diverted to give way to works on the removal of a pedestrian bridge along Bukit Timah Road near to KK Woman & Children Hospital.
|Road Name||Stop Code||Stop Description||Affected Bus Number|
|Bt Timah Rd||40271||Opp KK Women & Child Hosp||48, 66, 67, 170, 170A, 960, 960e|
You are advised to plan your journey ahead to avoid unexpected surprises and always stay safe while you travel.
You ride, Moovit guides!