New Tuas Bus Terminal to Open on 7 October 2017

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15 Sep 2017

            The new Tuas Bus Terminal, located along Tuas West Drive, will open on Saturday, 7 October 2017. The first of its kind, Tuas Bus Terminal is integrated with Tuas MRT Depot, sitting atop the depot building for more productive use of land, and has access ramps for buses leading to Tuas West Drive and Tuas Link 4.

2          This new terminal is part of LTA’s ongoing efforts to upgrade our bus infrastructure to better serve the needs of commuters. These efforts include constructing new bus interchanges, upgrading existing ones, as well as refurbishing the facilities at older interchanges.

Tuas Bus Terminal

New Tuas Bus Terminal has access ramps 
leading to Tuas West Drive and Tuas Link 4

Upgraded facilities for commuters and bus captains

3          The new Tuas Bus Terminal is equipped with two alighting berths, and one bus-stop style boarding berth to accommodate boarding and alighting activities. It features a priority queue zone and barrier-free toilets to better cater to the needs of the elderly and less mobile. There will also be enhanced facilities for bus captains and staff, including dedicated staff toilets and a staff lounge.

Bus route amendments

4          All four bus services currently operating from the existing Tuas Bus Terminal, i.e. Services 192, 193, 247, and 248, will operate from the new Tuas Bus Terminal. With the new terminal, these four bus services will no longer call at Bus Stop 25411 along Tuas West Drive. The existing Tuas Bus Terminal will also cease operations on the same day.

5          Information on the amended bus routes will be available at the affected bus stops, bus interchanges, and on buses. Commuters can also look out for more information on LTA’s online and social media platforms:

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Annex: Poster on route changes