Pasir Ris Bus Interchange is a bus interchange located at Pasir Ris Central and serves the residential town of Pasir Ris. As part of the Pasir Ris Town Centre, it serves Pasir Ris MRT Station and nearby public amenities such as White Sands Shopping Mall and Pasir Ris Town Park.
From 18 September 2016, Go-Ahead Singapore took over SBS Transit as the anchor operator of Pasir Ris Bus Interchange.
|Name||Pasir Ris Bus Interchange | 巴西立巴士转换站|
|Address||501 Pasir Ris Drive 3, Singapore 519490|
|BCM Route Package||Loyang Bus Package|
|Anchor Operator||Go-Ahead Singapore|
|Bus Routes||Terminating: 16 (12 Go-Ahead, 4 SBS Transit)
En-Route Stop: 2 (1 Go-Ahead, 1 SBS Transit)
|Berths||5 boarding berths | 2 alighting berths|
|Rail Connection||Pasir Ris|
Pasir Ris Bus Interchange is a bus station located in the residential town of Pasir Ris. Connecting with Pasir Ris MRT Station along the East-West MRT Line, the interchange is a transport node for commuters heading in and out of town, allowing for convenient transfers between the rail network and the many bus services at the interchange.
The interchange has a single vehicular concourse area, with a combined vehicular ingress/egress leading to a signalised junction with Pasir Ris Drive 3. A bus park is located in the middle of the interchange for the layover of buses.
The passenger concourse is a sheltered bus waiting area wrapping around the bus movement area, with two alighting berths and seven boarding berths. The interior features oriental-styled roof trusses that are anchored at the ends by two pavilions designed with Chinese, Indian and Malay motifs. Commuter facilities include queue lanes at every berth, bus departure timing screens, and retail outlets. A covered walkway links to Pasir Ris MRT Station and White Sands Shopping Mall.
Apart from regular bus services, the terminal is used as a pick-up and drop-off location for shuttle buses between Pasir Ris and the SAF Ferry Terminal, frequented by national servicemen heading to and from the island of Pulau Tekong.
Pasir Ris Bus Interchange opened on Sunday, 10th December 1989 to provide bus services between Pasir Ris New Town and Loyang Industrial Estate. Pasir Ris MRT Station opened six days later, on 16th December 1989. Unlike other interchanges, the ticketing booth, timekeeper’s office and kiosks are built along the edge of the concourse, reducing possible human congestion during peak periods.
Over the years, several improvements have been made to the ageing interchange, including the upgrading of lighting fixtures and CCTV systems, and the upgrading of all boarding berths for wheelchair accessibility with an additional sheltered walkway linking each berth to the concourse area. Electronic next bus departure timing screens have also been installed by SBS Transit.
- Interchange offices (SBS Transit, Go-Ahead Singapore)
- TransitLink Add Value Machine (AVM+)
- Drivers lounge
- NTWU Canteen
- Boarding and alighting berths
- Information boards & Bus departure timing screens
- Service guide racks
- Bicycle racks
As highlighted by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) in 2017, Pasir Ris Bus Interchange will be replaced by a future Integrated Transport Hub built west of the existing MRT Station. The following pictures are taken at a URA exhibition in Pasir Ris.
|3||B3||→ Tampines||Enroute Stop|
|6||B5||↺ Loyang Crescent||No operations on Sun & PHs|
|12e||B3||Kampong Bahru||Express Service|
|15||B6||↺ Marine Parade Road|
|354||B5||↺ Jalan Loyang Besar|
|358||B4||↺ Pasir Ris Drive 4||East Loop|
|B5||↺ Pasir Ris Drive 10||West Loop|
|359||B6||↺ Pasir Ris Street 11||East Loop|
|B7||↺ Pasir Ris Street 71||West Loop|
|403||B3||↺ Pasir Ris Road|
|518||B7||↺ Bayfront Avenue|
|518A||→ Bayfront Avenue||Weekdays AM Peak|
|4N||–||→ Pasir Ris Drive 1||Night service / Enroute stop|
|B3||3, 5, 12, 12e, 403|
|B4||17, 58, 358 (East)|
|B5||6, 354, 358 (West)|
|B6||15, 21, 359 (East)|
|B7||68, 88, 359 (West), 518/518A
MRT Rail Bridging Service towards Tuas Link