Land Transport Authority

Park & Ride

Park & Ride (P&R) Scheme ends on 1 December 2016

Park & Ride (P&R) Scheme ends on 1 December 2016

You may purchase the final P&R set for use in Nov 2016

  • From any TransitLink Ticket Office by 7 Nov 2016
  • Online by 4 Nov 2016


Existing P&R cardholders who do not wish to continue to participate in the scheme can obtain a refund of their remaining deposit at TransitLink Ticket Offices from 14 Oct 2016. 


For more queries on the P&R scheme, please refer to the Transitlink Website or call TransitLink Hotline at 1800-CALL ONE (1800-2255 663).

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

Park & Ride Scheme LogoBuy 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

Find out more about ad hoc parking from TransitLink.

How will I know which car parks are P&R sites?

We have increased awareness of the sites through:

Park & Ride Signages
additional signages

Signages with Maps
detailed walking path from P&R sites to the nearest transport hub

Interactive Map
Interactive maps

When was it first implemented?

The scheme was introduced in 1990 to reduce traffic congestion in the city area.

Did You Know?

To search the entire list of Park and Ride car park sites in Singapore on your smart phone, download our MyTransport Singapore mobile app, which is available on the App Store and Google PlayTM.

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