Yishun Townlink and Feeder services

Yishun and Khatib are served by two Townlink and four Feeder bus services which operate out of Yishun Temporary Bus Interchange.

Yishun Interchange is home to the 80_ and 81_ series of Intratowns and Feeders:

  • Service 800: Looped at Yishun Avenue 5, extended to loop at Yishun Street 71 in 1992.
  • Service 801: Looped at Yishun Avenue 7, merged with 805 in 1996 to form Intratown 811.
  • Service 802: Looped at Yishun Avenue 3, merged with 803 in 1996 to form Intratown 812.
  • Service 803: Looped at Yishun Street 61, merged with 802 in 1996 to form Intratown 812.
    Reintroduced in 2014, looping at Yishun Street 31.
  • Service 804: Looped at Yishun Avenue 11, amended to Yishun Street 11 in 2004.
  • Service 804A (1stGen): Peak hour route introduced in 1994, renumbered in 1998 to 806
  • Service 804A (2ndGen): Introduced in 2003 to Yishun Ring Road (bef Street 41), withdrawn in 2004 when 804 extended to Yishun Street 41.
  • Service 805: Looped at Yishun Avenue 8, merged with 801 to form Intratown 811.
  • Service 806: Re-numbered from 804A in 1998, eventually extended to a full-day service.
  • Service 811: Intratown service looping at Yishun Avenue 5 and Street 83
  • Service 812: Intratown service looping at Yishun Avenue 3 and Street 61

In 2014, only services 800, 804, 806, 811 and 812 remain.

Services 803, 805 & 807 was introduced under the BSEP scheme in 2014, 2016 & 2017 respectively.

All Yishun Feeder & Intratown bus services were transferred to SBS Transit in March 2018 as part of the Seletar Bus Package. Intratown 811 & 812 were renamed as Townlink 811 & 812 respectively.

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One thought on “Yishun Townlink and Feeder services

  • 27 March 2018 at 8:34 AM
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    Hi ,

    I have been taking feed 805 from one of the stop in Yishun, I had noticed that this few weeks on weekday in the morning 805 took longer time to arrive. for example this morning i missed a bus at 7.48am but the next bus that arrive was around 7.05 (around there). Is that your normal bus interval.

    Hope your side can consider for morning peak hour to have a regular feeder bus to cater for our need to school or to work (and the bus is so crowded).

    Appreciate if your side can look into this matter.

    Thank you.

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