Tower Transit Feeder Bus Service 941

Tower Transit Feeder Service 941 is a Feeder service operating from Bukit Batok Bus Interchange, passing through Bukit Batok West Avenue 6, Bukit Batok Street 11, and looping at Bukit Batok West Avenue 8

Allocated to the Government Contracting Model (Bulim Bus Package), Tower Transit Singapore took over operations of this bus service from SMRT Buses since 29 May 2016.

Loop Service (via Bt Batok West Ave 8)
  • Bt Batok Int
  • Bt Batok Central
    – Blk 628
  • Bt Batok West Ave 3
    – Bt Batok Polyclinic
  • Bt Batok West Ave 6
    – Opp Blk 144
  • Bt Batok St 11
    – Opp Bt Batok Presby Ch
  • Bt Batok West Ave 3
    – Princess E Pr Sch
  • Bt Batok West Ave 8
    – Blk 168
    – Blk 154A
  • Bt Batok West Ave 6
    – Blk 109
  • Bt Batok Ave 1
    – Blk 102
  • Bt Batok Central
    – Bt Batok CC
    – Opp Blk 628
  • Bt Batok Int
Technical Information
Route Bukit Batok Bus Interchange ↺ Bukit Batok West Avenue 8 (Loop)  WAB_logo_20px
Passes Through Bukit Batok West Avenue 6, Street 11
Route Length 4.5 km
Travelling Time 20 mins
Operator Information
GCM Route Package Bulim Bus Package
Current Operator Tower Transit
Current Depot Bulim Bus Depot (BUDEP)
Current Fleet 12-metre Single Deck Buses:
– Mercedes-Benz O530 Citaro
– 
MAN NL323F
Departure Times from T1 0530hrs – 0100hrs (Daily)
Frequency Loop Service
0630-0830: 05 – 06 mins
0831-1659: 05 – 08 mins
1700-1930: 06 – 06 mins
After 1930: 06 – 08 mins
Notes

Route History

Feeder Service 941 serves residential blocks, schools and public amenities along Bukit Batok West Ave 6, Bukit Batok St 11, Bukit Batok West Ave 8 and Bukit Batok Ctrl, connecting them to transport nodes at Bukit Batok Central, namely Bukit Batok Bus Interchange & Bukit Batok MRT Station. Its primary area of service is Bukit Batok West (Neighbourhood 1).

The route serves schools such as Millennia Institute, Princess Elizabeth Primary School and Bukit Batok Secondary School. It also serves community amenities such as Bukit Batok Polyclinic, St Luke’s Hospital, Bukit Batok Community Centre (CC) and Club CSC @ Bukit Batok.

Formerly a Singapore Bus Service (SBS) route known as Service 361, it was transferred to Trans-Island Bus Service (TIBS) in 2000 when areas of responsibility were exchanged between SBS and TIBS, which has since been re-branded to SMRT. The route was later renumbered Service 941. High capacity double-deck / articulated buses are not deployed on a daily basis due to moderate daily demand from residents.

During Eves of Public Holidays, last bus timings are extended to complement the extension of train operating hours.

Fare: Fares for Feeder Services are capped at 3.2km. Refer to Fare Table.

Service 941 at a glance. Click for larger image.
Service 941 at a glance. Click for larger image.

Operator History:

  • 1984 – 2000: Singapore Bus Services Ltd
  • 2000 – 2004: Trans-Island Bus Services Ltd
  • 2004 – 28 May 2016: SMRT Buses Ltd
  • 29 May 2016 – Present: Tower Transit Singapore Pte Ltd

The Bus Service Operating License (BSOL) for this route will be renewed in 2021.

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Gallery:

SMRT MAN A22 (SMB3029J)
SMRT MAN A22 (SMB3029J)

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History:

  • 1984: Introduced by SBS as Service 361, Bukit Batok – Bukit Batok West Ave 8 (Loop)
  • 2000 (18 Jun): Handed to Trans-Island Bus Service (TIBS)
  • 2003 (04 May): Re-numbered to Service 941
  • 2013 (21 Apr): Designated wheelchair-accessible bus route (WAB)
  • 2016 (29 May): Operations handed over to Tower Transit Singapore Pte Ltd

Past Routing:

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External Links & References:

Back to Bulim Bus Package
Back to Feeder, Townlink and Intratown routes
Back to Bus Services
Back to Bus Articles

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One thought on “Tower Transit Feeder Bus Service 941

  • 30 May 2016 at 5:18 PM
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    why do you not have a fair and make toy buses of man a22/ man a24 /mercedez benz citaro(SMRT/SBST/TTS)/Scania K230UB/Volvo Olmymplain/Volvo B9TL and many other kinds of things
    bus interchanges

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