SBS Transit Bukit Batok Bus Depot is a bus depot under SBS Transit’s West District. Located at Bukit Batok Industrial Park, it serves as a parking and maintenance facility for bus operations mainly around Clementi, Kent Ridge, Buona Vista and all cross-border services.
|Name||Bukit Batok Bus Depot / 武吉巴督巴士车厂|
|Address||550 Bukit Batok Street 23, Singapore 659519|
|Type||Major bus depot / open-air|
|Catchment||Clementi, Kent Ridge, Buona Vista, Queen Street, Johor Bahru|
|Sub-depots||Ayer Rajah Bus Park (ARBP), [Former]|
Bukit Batok Bus Depot (commonly abbreviated BBDEP) is a main bus depot located along Bukit Batok Street 23, within the Bukit Batok Industrial Estate southeast of the Bukit Batok residential estate. The depot supports bus operations mainly around Clementi, Kent Ridge, Buona Vista and all SBS Transit cross-border bus operations.
The main depot building contains offices and a canteen, and next to that is a sheltered bus workshop for repairs and maintenance works. A sheltered bus refuelling point with multiple refuelling lanes is located next to the main building, along with an automated bus washing machine. A combined vehicular entrance and exit leads to Bukit Batok Street 23. The adjoined bus park has sheltered parking for 291 buses.
Buses deployed to BBDEP are interchangeable with its sub-depot, Ayer Rajah Bus Park (ARBP) until its closure in September 2018.
Bukit Batok Bus Depot was built by Singapore Bus Services (SBS), commencing operations in January 1985 after the company moved out of their old Alexandra Depot. SBS buses which previously parked at Alexandra or Woodlands Depots, or Portsdown, Whitley and King Albert bus parks, were all relocated to the new depot. Located within an industrial estate, the depot is located far from nearby residential blocks, reducing noise pollution to nearby residents.
Spreading over 52,187 square metres and built at an estimated cost of $12 million, the depot is well equipped with bus washing machines, spray painting booths and fuel pumps. A covered bus park can hold up to 291 buses. Commonly referred to as BBDEP, it continues to provide maintenance and refuelling works for buses today. SBS Transit holds the land tenure lasting 43 years from 1 January 1983.
Bukit Batok Depot currently houses the following models of buses:
Single Deck Buses
Double Decker Buses
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7 thoughts on “Bukit Batok Bus Depot”
Why don’t transfer to SMRT or TTS?
Hope LTA doesn’t demolish the depot once the new integrated depot at Ulu Pandan MRT depot is ready.
Can be used for storage buses and Comfortdelgro engineering stuff