Gali Batu Bus Terminal

Gali Batu Bus Terminal is a future bus terminal north of Bukit Panjang, just off Woodlands Road. The bus terminal will be built on the roof slab of Gali Batu MRT Depot‘s expanded train stabling area and connected to Woodlands Road via a pedestrian link bridge.

The opening date for the terminal has yet to be announced.

Details:

Name Gali Batu Bus Terminal  | 卡利巴株巴士终站
Address To Be Announced
BCM Route Package Choa Chu Kang – Bukit Panjang Bus Package
Anchor Operator(s) To Be Announced
Bus Routes To Be Announced
Berths ~4 sawtooth berths and linear alighting berth
Rail Connection Not Applicable

The Terminal:

Gali Batu Bus Terminal is a bus terminal just off Woodlands Road, built on the roof slab of Gali Batu MRT Depot‘s expanded train stabling area and connected to Woodlands Road via a pedestrian link bridge. The terminal serves as a terminating point for bus routes serving the Bukit Panjang area, and does not offer any rail connections.

Contract 9061 for the Expansion of Gali Batu MRT Depot would expanded the stabling capacity of the train depot from 42 trains to 81 trains by 2019, with work commencing in early 2015. It was awarded to Hock Lian Seng Infrastructure Ltd in January 2015 at a contract sum of $137.4 million. The contract also includes the construction of Gali Batu Bus Terminal, built on top of the train stabling area and connected to Woodlands Road via a pedestrian link bridge. The terminal will likely be included with the Choa Chu Kang-Bukit Panjang Bus Package in the future.


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4 thoughts on “Gali Batu Bus Terminal

  • 11 August 2017 at 4:02 PM
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    Service 75, 75A, 184, 700, 700A will be terminates at Gali Batu Bus Terminal.

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  • 4 July 2017 at 8:54 PM
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    No Service 176 will be relocate to the new Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub by End-2017

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  • 21 March 2017 at 3:04 AM
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    176 is the best route to terminate here.

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