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Route Amendment for Services 920, 972/972M & 976

April 3

From Sunday, 3 April 2022, due to the conversion of part of Senja Road and Senja Link to one-way traffic, Bus Services 920, 972/972M & 976 will be amended.

In addition, Bus Service 920 will serve the new estates of Senja Ridges, Senja Heights & Senja Valley by plying the new Senja Close.

Bus Service 972M will also be amended to serve Pending Road & Petir Road. As a result, Bus Service 971 will be withdrawn.


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April 3
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17 thoughts on “Route Amendment for Services 920, 972/972M & 976

  • 21 March 2022 at 10:28 PM
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    Wonder why they don’t amend 170 to Marina Ctr via Newton & Orchard? The route already duplicates with 67 & 960 from Rochor all the way up to Kranji – which is most of the route already.

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    • 28 March 2022 at 6:31 PM
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      If 170 needs to amend, they need to tell Aduan Anda (the Malaysian authorities) of the amendment. LTA and SBS Transit does not want to amend, additionally cannot touch Queen St Terminal as no services will stop there (except the VTLs) if 170 is amended. Should edit 170 via 972M until loop and than

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  • 20 March 2022 at 10:54 PM
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    If to the more extreme cases,why not like like rapid KL bus. All feeder buses from respective towns to mrt stations and no trunk services. Then LTA can save lots of money and resources. Then orchard bugis shenton way to have free bus services like GoKL buses? Isn’t it better? As all confirmed will take trains to anywhere in Singapore.

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  • 19 March 2022 at 9:00 PM
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    Could have just convert 971 into full day start from Gali Batu-Shenton Way Ter and remove 972M.

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  • 15 March 2022 at 8:03 PM
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    What a joke instead of having 972M. Could have just had 700 n instead jus extend it to cover 971 sector at bukit panjang.

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    • 20 March 2022 at 10:26 PM
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      They could have renumbered 700 to 972M, and amended the 700 routing to the new 972M routing.

      Instead, the Pending/Petir residents got 971 changes which was then withdrawn when 971E could have been withdrawn entirely.

      Sounds extremely inefficient planning to me IMO ever since the 700 withdrawal.

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