What is the Park & Ride (P&R) Scheme?
The Park and Ride scheme provides a cheaper and faster way for motorists to get to the city, by offering season parking rates at selected HDB/URA car parks.
Under the scheme, motorists can park their vehicles at a car park on their route to work, and make the rest of the journey to the city on a bus or train.
How does the P&R Scheme benefit motorists?
- Reduces time spent in traffic and finding a parking space
- Allows cost savings as participating car parks tend to be cheaper than city centre car parks
- Protects the environment with less congestion on roads
- Minimises air and noise pollution
Where and when can I park my vehicle?
You can view the list of Park and Ride sites and their respective maps.
Park & Ride operating hours are:
- between 7.00 am to 9.00 pm on weekdays
- between 7.00 am to 3.00 pm on Saturdays
How do I get started?
For regular users
Buy a Park & Ride set:
at TransitLink ticket offices from the 15th of each month to the 7th of the next month.
online via TransitLink’s e-Booking system from the 15th of each month to the 4th of the next month.
The Park & Ride set includes a Park & Ride ez-link Card and a Season Parking Ticket (SPT). Find out more about how to purchase a Park & Ride set from TransitLink.
For ad hoc users
How will I know which car parks are P&R sites?
We have increased awareness of the sites through:
detailed walking path from P&R sites to the nearest transport hub
When was it first implemented?
The scheme was introduced in 1990 to reduce traffic congestion in the city area.