Go-Ahead Bus Service 68B

Go-Ahead Bus Service 68B is a Short-Trip Service variant of Bus Service 68.

The route operates from Tampines Interchange and ends at Tampines Avenue 11 (Reebonz Bldg), only on weekday evening peak hours.

68B
Tampines Int → Reebonz Bldg
75009 Tampines Int EW2-DT32 Tampines Ctrl 1
76529 BLK 519A Tampines Concourse
76519 BET BLKS 524B/523D Tampines Concourse
75471 Blk 602B Tampines Ave 6
75481 Blk 609D Tampines Ave 6
75491 Blk 614 Tampines Ave 6
75461 Reebonz Bldg Tampines Avenue 11
Route Overview
Route WAB_logo_20px Tampines Bus InterchangeTampines Avenue 11 (Reebonz Bldg) 
Passes Through Tampines Concourse, Tampines Ave 6
Route Length 2.0 km
Traveling Time 10 mins
Operator Information
BCM Route Package Loyang Bus Package
Current Operator Go-Ahead Singapore
Current Depot Loyang Bus Depot
Current Fleet 12-metre Double Deck Bus
MAN A95
Volvo B9TL
Operating Hours
Departure Times from Tampines
Weekdays (except Public Holidays)
18:17 – 19:16
Fare Information
Fare Charges regular distance fares

Short Trip Service 68B is a trunk service operating from Tampines Interchange and ends at Tampines Avenue 11 (Reebonz Bldg) 

As a Short-Trip Service, the route operates on Weekdays (except Public Holidays), during the Evening Peak hours. It supplements the high demand for Bus Service 68 between Tampines Bus Interchange and Tampines Avenue 6 / Tampines Concourse. During the morning peak hours, Short Trip Service 68A operates the reverse route from Tampines Avenue 11 to Tampines Interchange.

MRT Station Served
Departure Timings
  • From Tampines Interchange:
    Weekdays, except Public Holidays: 18:17, 18:31, 18:46, 19:01 & 19:16

Gallery:

Operator History:
  • 18 Nov 2019 – Present: Go Ahead Singapore Pte Ltd
Route History:
  • 2019 (18 Nov): Introduced from Tampines Int to Tampines Ave 11 (Reebonz Bldg) during weekday evening peak hours.
  • 2019 (22 Dec): Serves a new bus stop (75491) along Tampines Ave 6.

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One thought on “Go-Ahead Bus Service 68B

  • 7 November 2019 at 9:56 PM
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    Redundant service introduction.

    Could have just been a fleet add during peak hours but introduced 2 short services…

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