Download our annual reports to see how the LTA story has grown over the last five years.

As we continue to develop and grow with the implementation of long-term projects to create a car-lite and better journeys, we look forward to sharing these exciting new initiatives with you.

LTA 2021/2022 Annual Report
LTA 2020/2021 Annual Report
LTA 2019/2020 Annual Report
LTA 2018/2019 Annual Report
LTA 2017/2018 Annual Report

These financial statements are independent Auditor’s reports, and have been audited in accordance to the Singapore Auditing standards.

2021/2022 (PDF, 1.8MB)
2020/2021 (PDF, 3.5MB)
2019/2020 (PDF, 3.8MB)
2018/2019 (PDF, 3.6MB)

2017/2018 (PDF, 3.5MB)

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) carried out an Environmental Impact Study (EIS) to assess the potential environmental impacts arising from, and associated with, the construction and operation of the CRL2. Nature Groups were engaged at various stages of the EIS process to discuss the EIS findings and co-develop design optimisation and mitigation measures. The study concluded that the environmental impact can be adequately managed with mitigation measures such as locating worksites outside the identified areas of high biodiversity conservation value, where possible, and implementing a robust Environmental Monitoring and Management Plan (EMMP).

The reports can be accessed here:

Report on Worksites outside Central Catchment Nature Reserve (CCNR) near Windsor and Eng Neo Avenue

Report on Stations in the vicinity of Turf City and Holland Plain

Report on Station in the vicinity of Clementi and Maju

Please visit this form to provide your feedback.

Heritage Impact Assessment for CRL works at former Bukit Timah Turf Club

URA has commissioned a heritage study for the areas that will be affected by or in close proximity to the construction of the Turf City station as part of a larger ongoing Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) for the former Bukit Timah Turf Club.

In the planning of the Turf City station, agencies have considered the preliminary findings of the overall HIA, including the heritage significance of the former Bukit Timah Turf Club site and the potential impact of the CRL2 related works and have adjusted the plans and developed mitigating measures to minimise the impact. This study concludes that the proposed construction of Turf City station and associated tunnels within the former Bukit Timah Turf Club does not significantly affect the heritage value of the area.

After in-depth studies of both alignment options, the Government has decided to adopt direct alignment for the stretch of the Cross Island Line (CRL) in the vicinity of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve (CCNR). In reaching this decision, the Government has considered various factors, including the concerns expressed by all stakeholders and the findings of the comprehensive two-phased Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).

The nature groups, a key stakeholder, were also engaged by LTA to seek valuable input throughout the planning process. They have shared their collective response to the environmental studies for CRL.

The reports for the two EIA phases were shared with the public in 2016 and 2019 respectively. The EIA Phase 2 can be found below.

Alignment Options for CRL - EIA Phase 2 Report Summary (PDF, 7.2MB)

An Environmental Impact Study (EIS) was undertaken to evaluate the construction of a 800m viaduct within Sembawang Woods as part of building the North-South Corridor. Nature Groups were engaged to review the anticipated environmental impacts and proposed mitigating measures. The consensus and overall assessment are that with the agreed mitigation measures, the impact will be brought to acceptable and inconsequential levels.

Click here to read the full EIS report. To provide feedback, email Mr Bernard Lim at

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