SMRT Feeder Bus Service 920

SMRT Feeder Service 920 is a Feeder service operating from Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange and looping at Bangkit Road, passing through Senja Road, Saujana Road and Fajar Road.

920
Bukit Panjang Int ↺ Bangkit Rd (Loop)
45009 Bukit Panjang Int DT1-BP6 Petir Rd
44631 Opp Bt Panjang Plaza DT1-BP6 Jelebu Rd
44641 Blk 602 BP13 Bt Panjang Ring Rd
44791 West View Pr Sch Senja Rd
44801 Opp Blk 628 Senja Rd
44861 BLK 636A Senja Rd
44811 West Spring Sec Sch Senja Rd
44821 Blk 651 Senja Link
44661 Blk 532 Jelapang Rd
44671 Bet Blks 502/503 Saujana Rd
44601 Blk 413 Saujana Rd
44349 Bet Blks 443A/443B Fajar Rd
44339 Blk 442D Fajar Rd
44329 Bangkit Stn BP9 Bt Panjang Ring Rd
44301 Opp Blk 271 Bangkit Rd
44311 Opp Blk 253 Bangkit Rd
44321 Opp Bangkit Stn BP9 Bt Panjang Ring Rd
44331 Blk 239 Fajar Rd
44341 Blk 401A CP Fajar Rd
44609 Blk 408 Saujana Rd
44679 Opp Blk 502 Saujana Rd
44669 Opp Blk 532 Jelapang Rd
44829 Opp Blk 650 Senja Link
44819 Opp West Spring Sec Sch Senja Rd
44869 Bef Blk 629A Cp Senja Rd
44809 Blk 628 Senja Rd
44799 Blk 610 Senja Rd
44649 Blk 541A CP BP13 Bt Panjang Ring Rd
44639 Bt Panjang Plaza DT1-BP6 Jelebu Rd
45009 Bukit Panjang Int DT1-BP6 Petir Rd
Technical Information
Route WAB_logo_20px
Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange ↺ Bangkit Road (Loop)
Passes Through Senja Rd, Saujana Rd, Fajar Rd
Route Length 8.4 km
Travelling Time ~35 mins
Operator Information
BCM Route Package Choa Chu Kang – Bukit Panjang Bus Package
Current Operator SMRT Buses Ltd
Current Depot Kranji Bus Depot (KJDEP)
Current Fleet 12-metre Single Deck Bus:
– 
MAN A22
Volvo B5LH
Departure Times from Bukit Panjang
0530hrs – 0110hrs (Daily)
Frequency Loop Service
0630 – 0830: 06 mins
0831 – 1659: 05 – 09 mins
1700 – 1900: 05 – 07 mins
After 1900: 06 – 11 mins

Feeder Service 920 serves residential blocks, schools and public amenities along Senja Rd, Saujana Rd, Fajar Rd and Bangkit Rd, connecting them to transport nodes at Bukit Panjang Road and Bukit Panjang LRT station. Its primary area of service is Bukit Panjang Neighbourhoods 2, 4, 5 and 6.

The route serves schools such as West View Primary School, West Spring Secondary School and Zhenghua Primary School. It also serves community amenities such as Senja Centre, Greenridge Shopping Centre, Bukit Panjang Park and Holland-Bukit Timah Town Council (Bangkit Office).

During Eves of Public Holidays, operating hours will be extended. Exact last bus hours are announced by SMRT Buses closer to these dates.

MRT / LRT Stations Served:

Fare: Charges basic distance fares, capped at 3.2km for Feeder Services. See Bus Fares.

Gallery:

 


Operator History:

  • 2000 – 2004: Trans-Island Bus Services Ltd
  • 2004 – Present: SMRT Buses Ltd

The Bus Service Operating License (BSOL) for this route will be renewed in 2023 under the Choa Chu Kang – Bukit Panjang Bus Package.

History:

  • 2000 (26 Mar): Introduced as Bukit Panjang Int – Bangkit Rd (Loop)
  • 2005 (29 May): Amended to ply Senja Rd and Senja Link
  • 2011 (03 Dec): Designated wheelchair-accessible bus route (WAB)
  • 2012 (16 Dec): Route amendment to Bukit Panjang Temp Bus Pk. All trips start and end at Bukit Panjang Rd.
  • 2013: Service improvement under the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP)
  • 2015 (16 Aug): Calls at two new bus stops along Fajar Rd (Bt Blks 443A/443B and Blk 442D)
  • 2015 (06 Sep): Calls at a pair of new bus stops along Senja Rd
  • 2015 (27 Dec): DTL2 Bukit Panjang Bus Service Enhancements
    – Last revenue service stop extended to Upp Bt Timah Rd
    – First revenue service stop changed to Petir Rd, calls at Jelebu Rd towards Bangkit. Does not call at Bt Panjang Rd – Opp Blk 183
  • 2016 (12 Mar): Last bus timing extended to 0100hrs.
  • 2017 (04 Sep): Amended to Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub
  • 2018 (10 Jun): Start of regular double-decker bus deployments
  • 2019 (13 Jan): Last Bus timing extended to 0110hrs in tandem with the adjusted Bukit Panjang LRT operating hours

Past Routings:

3 thoughts on “SMRT Feeder Bus Service 920

  • 29 September 2019 at 8:25 PM
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    Double decker deployments have ceased.

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    • 16 May 2020 at 5:35 PM
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      Does this bus experience very low demand throughout?

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      • 11 July 2020 at 11:27 PM
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        From my observations, yes 920 demand is quite low unlike 922 demand where the demand had started to be higher due to faster link in Segar and Fajar as well as Jelapang. Most people staying in Senja would rather prefer to take 972 as its more frequent.

        This is the possible reason why 920 demand its lower unlike the past where Senja Road and Senja Link was only serve by 920 for 10 years between 2005 and 2015. But very good question!

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