SBS Transit Bus Service 195

SBS Transit Bus Service 195 is a trunk route running from Marina Centre Terminal and looping at Commonwealth Drive, passing through River Valley, Tiong Bahru, Telok Blangah Way, Depot Road, and Queenstown.

This service will be diverted to New Bridge Road Bus Terminal during the F1 Diversion period.

SBST Mercedes-Benz Citaro (SBS6281S) – Service 195
Route Information
Route Marina Centre Bus Terminal ↺ Commonwealth Drive (Loop)  WAB_logo_20px
Passes Through River Valley, Tiong Bahru, Telok Blangah Way, Depot Rd, Queenstown, Commonwealth Dr
Route Length 29.0km
Travelling Time 120mins
Operator Information
Current Operator SBS Transit
Current Depot Ayer Rajah Bus Park (ARBP)
Current Fleet 12-metre Single Deck Bus
Mercedes-Benz O530 Citaro
Scania K230UB
Departure Times from Marina Ctr
0600 – 2330 (Daily)
Frequency Loop Service
0630-0830: 08 – 12 mins
0831-1659: 07 – 19 mins
1700-1930: 08 – 17 mins
After 1930: 08 – 15 mins

Route History

Service 195 serves the estates of Commonwealth, Telok Blangah Way and Tiong Bahru to the City areas, such as River Valley, City Hall and Marina Centre. The route’s unique City sectors provides connections between River Valley Road and Marina Centre. It is also the only loop route operating out of Marina Centre Ter.

During the Formula 1 Diversion period, this service will be relocated to New Bridge Road Terminal and loop at Commonwealth Drive via Eu Tong Sen St & New Bridge Rd.

Special Departures

  • Tiong Bahru Road (Blk 18)  Commonwealth Drive → Marina Centre Ter
    Weekdays: 0600hrs
  • Commonwealth Avenue (Blk 42)  Marina Centre Ter
    Weekdays: 0545hrs, 0555hrs, 0605hrs, 0615hrs
    Sat/Sun/PHs: 0600hrs, 0613hrs, 0626hrs
Shortworking Trip 195A
Shortworking Trip 195A

Shortworking Trips:

  • Service 195AMarina Centre Ter → Tiong Bahru Rd (Tiong Bahru Plaza)
    Weekdays PM Peak
  • Service 195B: Marina Centre Ter → Commonwealth Ave West (Commonwealth Stn)
    Daily, 1247hrs – 1502hrs

Fare: Charges fares for regular trunk services. See Bus Fares for exact fares.

Fleet: See Above. Double-deck buses are not deployed possibly due to unknown height limitations. This service performs crossover trips to Nite Owl 3N during Fridays/Saturdays/Eves of PHs.


Loop Service (via Commonwealth Dr)
  • Marina Centre Ter
  • Raffles Ave
  • North Bridge Rd
  • North Boat Quay
  • River Valley Rd
  • Kim Seng Rd
  • Outram Rd
  • Tiong Bahru Rd
  • Lower Delta Rd
  • Telok Blangah Way
  • Henderson Rd
  • Depot Rd
  • Alexandra Rd
  • Commonwealth Ave
  • Queensway
  • Commonwealth Dr
  • Commonwealth Dr
  • Commonwealth Ave
  • Alexandra Rd
  • Depot Rd
  • Henderson Rd
  • Telok Blangah Way
  • Lower Delta Rd
  • Tiong Bahru Rd
  • Zion Rd
  • River Valley Rd
  • High St
  • Parliament Pl
  • St. Andrew’s Rd
  • Raffles Blvd
  • Marina Centre Ter
Service 195 at a glance
Service 195 at a glance

Operator History:

  • 1970s – 1973: Amalgamated Bus Company Pte Ltd
  • 1973 – 2001: Singapore Bus Services Ltd
  • 2001 – Present: SBS Transit Ltd

The Bus Service Operating License (BSOL) for this route will be renewed in 2016.



  • 1971 (11 Apr): Introduced between Crawford St and Gagak Selari Barat (Jln Bt Merah)
  • 1978 (15 Jan): Amended to Jln Sultan and Beach Rd
  • 1980 (06 Apr): Amended to Jln Bt Merah (Lower Delta Rd)
  • 1988 (18 Dec): Merged with Services 55 and 203 and re-reouted to a loop service between South Canal and Commonwealth Dr.
  • 1993 (04 Apr): Extended to Shenton Way with the closure of South Canal Ter.
  • 1993 (05 Dec): Amended to Marina Centre Ter, skipping Shenton Way
  • 1999: Amended to ply High St and Parliament Pl instead of Hill St and Bras Basah Rd.
  • 2012 (30 Dec): Designated wheelchair-accessible bus route (WAB)
  • 2014: Service improvement under the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP)
  • 2015 (20 Jun): Shortworking Trip 195B introduced
  • 2015 (24 Aug): Shortworking Trip 195B extended to terminate at Commonwealth MRT Station

Past Routings:



Shortworking Trip 195A

Shortworking Trip 195B

Diverted to New Bridge Road Ter


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