Go-Ahead Feeder Bus Service 384

Go-Ahead Feeder Bus Service 384 is a feeder service plying from Punggol and looping at Northshore Drive, passing through Punggol Central and Punggol Way, connecting Northshore residents with the Punggol Town Centre, Bus Interchange and MRT & LRT Station.

Bus Service 384 commenced on Sunday, 27 December 2020.

384
Punggol Temp Int ↺ Northshore Drive (Loop)
65009 Punggol Temp Int NE17PTC Punggol Pl
65259 Punggol Stn/Int NE17PTC Punggol Ctrl
65409 Bef Blk 264 Punggol Ctrl
65609 Sumang Stn Exit A PW6 Punggol Way
65619 Nibong Stn Exit A PW5 Punggol Way
65641 Marina Country Club Northshore Drive
65651 Blk 413C Northshore Drive
65661 Blk 421C Northshore Drive
65631 Aft Punggol Pt Stn PW3 Punggol Way
65621 Samudera Stn Exit B PW4 Punggol Way
65611 Nibong Stn Exit B PW5 Punggol Way
65601 Sumang Stn Exit B PW6 Punggol Way
65401 Opp Blk 264A Punggol Ctrl
65009 Punggol Temp Int NE17PTC Punggol Pl
Route Overview
Route WAB_logo_20px Punggol Temporary Bus Interchange ↺ Northshore Drive (Loop)
Passes Through Punggol Central, Punggol Way
Route Length 6.0 km
Travelling Time ~25 mins
Operator Information
BCM Route Package Loyang Bus Package
Current Operator Go-Ahead Singapore
Current Depot Loyang Bus Depot
Current Fleet 12-metre Single Deck Bus:
MAN A22
Mercedes-Benz Citaro
Operating Hours
Departure Times from Punggol
Daily
05:45 – 00:35
Operating Frequency
6:30am–8.30am 8.31am–4.59pm 5.00pm–7.00pm After 7.00pm
Loop Service
15 mins 15 mins 15 mins 15 – 20 mins
Fare Information
Fare Charges distance fares capped at 3.2km for feeder services.

Bus Service 384 is a feeder service from Punggol to Northshore Drive, mainly serving residents in the Northshore estate with direct links to Punggol MRT/LRT Station as well as other schools & amenities along the route.

Destinations served include:

  • Waterway Point
  • Marina Country Club
  • Northshore Plaza
  • Valour Primary School
  • Punggol Cove Primary School
  • Yusuf Ishak Secondary School (U/C)
MRT/LRT Stations Served:
Special Departures:
  • Northshore Dr (Marina Country Club) Punggol Temp Int
    Daily from 05:30 till before 05:55

Gallery:

Operator History:
  • 27 Dec 2020 – Present: Go Ahead Singapore Pte Ltd

The Bus Service Operating License (BSOL) for this route will be renewed in 2023 under the Loyang Bus Package.

Route History:
  • 2020 (27 Dec): Introduced between Punggol Temp Int and Northshore Drive (Loop). Wheelchair-accessible at launch.

Past Routings

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23 thoughts on “Go-Ahead Feeder Bus Service 384

  • 20 December 2020 at 2:42 AM
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    Go-Ahead need to send back 5 B9TLs back to storage.They got excess of DDs.They can lease 5 more SDs.TTS to he honest I don’t think they will lease the Euro 6 A22.

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  • 6 December 2020 at 12:50 AM
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    Do you guys think GAS will lease new A22 for this?Or least Euro V A22s?

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    • 6 December 2020 at 9:55 AM
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      **Probably** lease a few of those E6 A22s. About 5 to 8 units?

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      • 9 December 2020 at 12:17 AM
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        5-8 is way too much,I think maybe 4 the most.

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      • 9 December 2020 at 2:10 PM
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        The Tower Transit Citaros are currently on lay up. Meaning they cannot be driven on the roads until a certain date. If they lease Citaros, they will probably lease the previous Task Force 50 buses registered SG12xx.

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    • 9 December 2020 at 2:05 PM
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      I think that they might definitely lease Euro 6 A22s, but I think the service will have both Citaro and A22 slots. So they might lease some Citaros as well perhaps? Or E5 A22s which are not on lay up? I don’t know, but we shall see!

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      • 9 December 2020 at 4:13 PM
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        Hmm.. I would guess all those Citaros would most likely go to TTSG Mandai. If any a22s are going over to GASG, it should be those ex-SBST and ex-SMRT a22s .

        This is pure guessing only.

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        • 13 December 2020 at 11:41 AM
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          Yeah, well it’s a bit hard to tell. But I am convinced the service will run both Citaros and A22s.

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    • 24 December 2020 at 9:18 AM
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      Never mind, GA already took in 4 ex-TTSG Citaros (1003, 1004, 1007, 1008). Initially thought these buses will end up with Mandai lololol

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      • 5 January 2021 at 2:28 PM
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        Ah, I thought they might get leased at some point after their lay up. I hope the ex SMRT E6 A22s will come back to service. :/

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  • 5 December 2020 at 3:53 PM
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    Lol its just like how bus fans think 883 is useless becuz 117 exists… U think lta so free isit introduce feeder service for nothing ?

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  • 4 December 2020 at 9:37 PM
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    Bus 84 is literally running empty trips in the afternoons already, and this route duplicates the LRT by a lot like bus 84, the new bus stops are also within walking range of the LRT… Maybe there will be a future demand, who knows, but having it now it’s a waste of money. And oh remember “LTA routes” have crappy schedules, so good luck having much passengers like 84 when the LRT wayy faster, and they are definitely gonna put DDs on this feeder service 😂

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    • 5 December 2020 at 12:59 AM
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      Hello what are you talking? It’s rather they introduce very late right. Feeder 384 was introduced to cater residents inside Northshore and provide links to Sumang LRT. Take note that the route doesn’t duplicate 84 mostly. Who knows if 384 demand will be okay?

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      • 6 December 2020 at 9:16 AM
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        You don’t have to provide links to the LRT because the LRT ~is~ already a feeder, and if you see on the map, 384 duplicates the LRT for nearly four stops. All the houses are within walking distance to the LRT stations too, so the only reason why I think LTA implemented this route is to increase capacity to the LRT line, which to be honest has quite a small capacity, but this route is implemented too soon because the LRT is already quite empty in the first place for Punggol West loop, and 84 is also running empty trips already, so I suggest that 84 be ammended to the bus 384’s route at Northshore Drive, then continuing on it’s current route to punggol road end, like 882, if not 84 will still be a pretty useless route in the first place due to people choosing it over the LRT because of it’s long travel times due to its schedule. And btw, this route is classified as a feeder route, so the operators have to operate one bus every 6 to 8 mins minimum at least during the peak hours, so the demand better be good.

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  • 4 December 2020 at 12:00 PM
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    There’s already service 84, why need another service?

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    • 4 December 2020 at 12:19 PM
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      Currently Sumang LRT doesn’t have any bus connections and some sectors near Samudera/Punggol Point which previously served by Service 84 had been deleted, which can cause inconvenient. So Feeder 384 was introduced to fill up some missing links in Punggol West.

      Regarding about Service 84, Service 84 may be extended to Punggol Digital District if they planned to do so. So Feeder 384 is good enough. Rather need to make some sense though

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    • 4 December 2020 at 12:41 PM
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      Probably they have plans to extend 84 to somewhere else, in the future.

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      • 4 December 2020 at 4:13 PM
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        That’s correct! 84 is not the end and fixed. They may extend to Punggol Digital District. So it’s better that LTA introduce Feeder 384 for residents’s convenience, rather than amending 84 which can affect some commuters so drastically.

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