SBS Transit City Direct Bus Service 671

SBS Transit City Direct Bus Service 671 is a Weekday Peak Hour City Direct Service between Buangkok / Sengkang West and the Central Business District, passing through Sengkang West. It is the twenty-first City Direct route introduced under the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP).

671
65011 Opp The Rivervale Punggol Rd
67219 Ranggung Stn Exit B SE5 Sengkang East Ave
67209 Blk 203 Compassvale Rd
67349 Blk 204 CP Compassvale Dr
67359 Nan Chiau High Sch Anchorvale Dr
67369 Blk 306 CP Anchorvale Dr
65809 Anchor Green Pr Sch Anchorvale Rd
67329 Opp Blk 310B Sengkang East Ave
67479 Layar Stn Exit A/Blk 417A SW6 Sengkang West Ave
67489 Opp Fernvale Stn SW5 Sengkang West Ave
67499 Fernvale Pr Sch Sengkang West Ave
03241 Mapletree Anson Anson Rd
03111 Aft Capital Twr Robinson Rd
03071 OPP SO SOFITEL S'PORE Robinson Rd
03381 The Sail Marina Blvd
03391 Marina Bay Financial Ctr NS27CE2 Marina Blvd
03539 Marina Bay Stn NS27CE2 Central Blvd
03529 Downtown Stn DT17 Central Blvd
03129 UIC Bldg Shenton Way
03218 Opp MAS Bldg EW15 Shenton Way
67491 Opp Fernvale Pr Sch Sengkang West Ave
67481 Fernvale Stn/Blk 439A SW5 Sengkang West Ave
67471 Layar Stn Exit B SW6 Sengkang West Ave
67321 Blk 311A Sengkang East Ave
65801 Blk 309D Anchorvale Rd
67361 Blk 313B Anchorvale Dr
67351 Blk 321 CP Anchorvale Dr
67341 Opp Blk 204 CP Compassvale Dr
67201 Blk 206A Compassvale Rd
67211 Ranggung Stn Exit A SE5 Sengkang East Ave
65019 The Rivervale Punggol Rd
Route Overview
Route WAB_logo_20px [AM]: Punggol Road (Opp The Rivervale) → Marina Boulevard (Marina Bay Financial Ctr)
[PM]: Central Boulevard (Marina Bay Stn) → Punggol Road (The Rivervale)
Passes Through Sengkang East Ave, Compassvale Rd/Dr, Anchorvale Rd/Dr, Shenton Way / Anson Rd
Route Length Towards Marina Blvd: 22.7 km Towards Punggol Rd: 23.2 km
Traveling Time 67 75 mins
Operator Information
BCM Route Package TBC
Current Operator SBS Transit Ltd
Current Depot Hougang Bus Depot (HGDEP)
Current Fleet 12-metre Double Deck Buses
MAN A95
Operating Hours
Departure Times from Punggol Rd
Weekdays, except Public Holidays
07:30 – 07:50
Departure Times from Central Blvd
Weekdays, except Public Holidays
18:20 – 18:35
Operating Frequency
From Punggol Rd
20 mins
From Central Blvd
15 mins
Fare Information
Fare Charges express distance fares

 

City Direct Service 671 provides residents of Sengkang West with greater connectivity to the CBD. The service provides a travel alternative for commuters who relied on the rail network and feeder buses to and from work. The route incorporates an express sector between Fernvale and the CBD via Yio Chu Kang Rd, CTE, Outram Rd and Cantonment Rd.

This is the twenty-first City Direct service to be introduced under the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP), which provides more options for commuters using stretches of the existing rail lines that experience persistently high ridership, while the ongoing rail enhancement measures are being implemented.

The tender for this route was called for on 15 April 2016. Free rides were given out to commuters on the first day of service, 17 October 2016.

MRT / LRT Stations Served
Departure Timings

Weekdays (except Public Holidays)

  • Morning Peak from Punggol Road (Opp The Rivervale):
    07:30 & 07:50
  • Evening Peak from Central Boulevard (Marina Bay Stn):
    18:20 & 18:35

Gallery
Poster Gallery

Operator History
  • 17 Oct 2016 – 10 Jan 2020: Rui Feng Chartered Pte Ltd
  • 13 Jan 2020 onward: SBS Transit Ltd
Route History
  • 2016 (17 Oct): Introduced between Punggol Rd (Opp The Rivervale) and Marina Blvd (Marina Bay Financial Ctr) during morning peak hours and between Central Blvd (Marina Bay Stn) and Punggol Rd (The Rivervale) during evening peak hours as a peak hour one-directional service on weekdays under the BSEP.
  • 2020 (13 Jan): Operations transferred to SBS Transit Ltd. Double Decker buses deployed.
  • 2020 (08 Apr – 01 Jun): Temporarily suspended due to Singapore COVID-19 Circuit Breaker Measures.

Past Routings

Changes in Departure Times:
Effective Date Morning Peak Timings Evening Peak Timings
17 Oct 2016 07:35 & 07:50 18:20 & 18:35
25 Jun 2018 07:30, 07:40 & 07:50 18:20 & 18:35
13 Jan 2020 07:30 & 07:50 18:20 & 18:35

 


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32 thoughts on “SBS Transit City Direct Bus Service 671

  • 21 January 2020 at 9:46 AM
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    Thank you for changing to SBS transit which will be on time daily. However many of us taking this bus start work at 8.30 am. We would have to seek to other alternative route now as we were late everyday.

    Is it possible to change the departure timings to earlier by 15 mins ?

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  • 12 December 2019 at 9:19 AM
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    671 is never on time in the mornings, or MIA one or two buses. However, today all 3 buses didn’t turn up in the morning. What’s wrong with this bus operator? We waited till 8.05 am, the whole bunch of us were all late and have to think of alternative ways to get to work. There is no premium bus at that bus stop and to get to the train station, need to walk 15 mins or take another bus to the station. And to get to town by grab/cab is almost $40 in the morning peak.

    What is LTA doing? Can you please check on this bus operator and ensure the frequency of the buses. And is there any way or indication (for example add into the SG Buses App) to inform us as commuters that the buses will not turn up at an earlier time frame, at least, we could plan ahead to walk to the train station or re-route our way to work.

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  • 6 September 2019 at 7:55 PM
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    You guys seriously need to look the attitude of your bus driver especially the one driving the last bus everyday – BUS SERVICE 671 (Shaifudin) Malay bus driver.

    I was waiting for the bus after work at UIC building bus stop with a group of people. His bus came right in front of us and while all of us were preparing to board, he just happily drove off the bus without even opening the door to pick us up. Hello?! What is the purpose of having a bus stop when your bus driver doesn’t even stop for their passenger when all of us were preparing to board the bus? I have friend on board and I was told that the bus driver was happily chatting and laughing on his phone. So that was the reason why he didn’t bother to open the door to pick us? I wonder if he’s paid to drive a bus or paid to talk on the phone while driving people. That’s dangerous isn’t it?

    Apart from this, in the morning, this is also not the first time he was late to pick us up. His bus just MIA in the morning, and the whole group of us were waiting for his bus aimlessly wondering what time he will come. His bus is supposed to reach my stop every morning at around 7:58, however, his bus was nowhere to be seen at 8:10 and all of us had to hop over to take the premium bus instead causing many of us to be late for work.

    Please look into the attitude of this driver.

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    • 17 January 2020 at 8:30 AM
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      Not sure if the transfer of operation to SBS is any better. The journey time is much longer now. Hope that SBS will really look into its arrival and departure time at each bus stop more accurately. If not, what is the point of it being called express bus service when it is not express at all.

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  • 23 August 2019 at 12:38 PM
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    Please educate your driver (vehicle number PC9966L) from CBD towards Sengkang.

    I am alighting the bus and about to step out my foot when the driver suddenly closing the door when in fact I am using the front door, just in front of him. This is also not the 1st time incident.

    The last time was i was alighting from the rear door, and again he just suddenly closing the door.

    Seems like he is always on rush and not even looking at the passengers or at least the rear view mirror to check on passengers to avoid any unforeseen accidents.

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