SMRT Bus Service 883B

SMRT Bus Service 883B is a Short-Trip Service variant of Bus Service 883.

The route operates from Yishun Ave 2 (Yishun Stn) and ends at Canberra Way (Blk 120A), operating only during the weekday evening peak hours.

Service 883B commences service on 25 February 2019.

883B
Yishun Stn → BLK 120A
59079
Yishun Stn
Yishun Ave 2
59091
Blk 154
Yishun Ave 2
59251
Opp Darul Makmur Mque
Yishun Ave 2
59521
Yishun Sapphire
Yishun Ave 2
58539
BLK 120A
Canberra Way
Technical Information
Route WAB_logo_20px Yishun Avenue 2 (Yishun Stn) Canberra Way (Blk 120A)
Passes Through
Route Length 2.2 km
Journey Time ~ 10 mins
Operator Information
BCM Route Package Sembawang–Yishun Bus Package
Current Operator SMRT Buses Ltd
Current Depot Ang Mo Kio Bus Depot
Current Fleet 12-metre Double Deck Bus:
Alexander Dennis Enviro500
MAN A95
Volvo B9TL
12-metre Single-Deck Buses
MAN A22
Mercedes-Benz O530 Citaro
Mercedes-Benz OC500LE
Departure Times
Weekdays
From Yishun Ave 2 (Yishun Stn): 1954hrs – 2155hrs (22 – 26 mins frequency)

Short Trip Service 883B is a trunk service operating from Yishun Avenue 2 (Yishun Stn) and ends at Canberra Way (Blk 120A).

As a Short-Trip Service, the route operates during Weekday PM Peak hours and supplements the high demand for Bus Service 883 from Yishun MRT Station to residential estates along Canberra Way.

Departure Timings
  • From Yishun Avenue 2 (Yishun Stn):
    Weekdays: 1954hrs – 2155hrs (22 – 26 mins frequency)

Fare: Charges regular distance fares for trunk services. See Bus Fares.

MRT Stations Served
Gallery:

Operator History:

  • 2019 Present: SMRT Buses Ltd

Route History:

  • 2019 (25 Feb): Introduced from Yishun Ave 2 (Yishun Stn) to Canberra Way (Blk 120A) during evening peak hours.

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2 thoughts on “SMRT Bus Service 883B

  • 20 February 2019 at 2:39 PM
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    Looks like half measure for residents at East Canberra. They stop at blk 108 Canberra ST as there are many users there too.

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  • 17 February 2019 at 10:39 PM
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    They should deploy bendy buses as well.

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