HarbourFront Bus Interchange is a bus station in the south of Singapore. Located along Seah Im Road, just off Telok Blangah Road, the terminal serves various retail and commercial developments in the HarbourFront area.
The interchange is built next to Seah Im Food Court and HarbourFront MRT Station (Exit A). It was formerly known as the World Trade Centre Bus Terminal.
|Name||HarbourFront Bus Interchange | 港湾巴士转换站|
|Address||4 Seah Im Road, Singapore 099115|
|BCM Route Package||Bukit Merah Bus Package|
|Anchor Operator||SBS Transit Ltd|
|Bus Routes||5 (SBS Transit)
2 (SMRT Buses)
3 (Tower Transit)
|Berths||12 End On Berths (22 lots in total)|
|Rail Connection||NE1 CC29 HarbourFront|
HarbourFront Bus Interchange is a small bus interchange located at HarbourFront, at the foot of Mount Faber. It is bordered by Seah Im Road on the west edge and Seah Im Food Court on the south edge.
The terminal has a single vehicular entrance and exit along Seah Im Road, and all berths are right-angled (or end-on) berths, which are used for both the parking of buses and the boarding/alighting of passengers. There are multiple pedestrian access routes: one leading to HarbourFront MRT station along the east edge, another leading to Seah Im Road on the west edge, and several leading to Seah Im Food Court which is built just adjacent to the interchange.
The interchange remains largely unmodified, but recent upgrading works in 2011/2012 have made all berths accessible to wheelchair boarding and alighting, and given the interchange a fresher look as a whole.
In Year 2011/2012, the terminal was renovated with wheelchair ramps for every bus bay, for the convenience of wheelchair-bound passengers. In 2016, additional TV screens were installed at selected bus berths.
A pedestrian overhead bridge spans across Telok Blangah Road, linking the interchange to bus stops across the road, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch building, the HarbourFront Tower One building and the HarbourFront Centre building.
World Trade Center Bus Terminal came into operation in January 1985 with bus services CBD 1, 84, 93, 100 and 163 and provides direct links to Upper Serangoon, Serangoon Gardens, Jalan Kayu, Yio Chu Kang, Paya Lebar, Aljunied, Farrer, Queensway and Orchard Road.
Apart from trunk services, Parks Services 408 and 409 were also introduced to Labrador Park and Mount Faber Park respectively. However, both 408 and 409 was withdrawn in 2016 and 2013 respectively.
- Interchange offices (SBST+SMRT)
- Drivers lounge
- Information boards
- Bus arrival displays & Service guide racks
- Interactive Touchscreen Panels
- Mobile Charging Points
- Water Cooler
- Umbrella Dispenser
|123M||A5||↺ Tiong Bahru Road|
|188||A9||Choa Chu Kang|
|963e||A10||Woodlands||Express Service / Weekdays Evening Peak|
Express 188e only allows alighting at HarbourFront Bus Interchange.
|A10||963 / 963e|
|A11||Shuttle bus to Police Coast Guard (Brani Base)
and ICA Coastal Command HQ
|A12||Sentosa Bus to Sentosa Golf Club
Sentosa Bus to Sentosa Cove (Arrival Plaza)
Circle Line Free Bridging Bus towards Dhoby Ghaut
HarbourFront Bus Interchange connects to several bus stops in the vicinity, as well as taxi stands and passenger pick-up points.
Apart from the bus services terminating here, HarbourFront Bus Interchange connects to two bus stops along Telok Blangah Road that offers more bus connections.
|No.||Bus stop||Exit||Bus Routes|
|1||14121 – Telok Blangah Rd (Opp HarbourFront Int) (Westbound)||East||10, 30, 30e, 57, 61, 97, 97e, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, RWS8|
|2||14129 – Telok Blangah Rd (HarbourFront Stn Exit A) (Eastbound)||East||10, 30, 30e, 57, 61, 65, 80, 97, 97e, 100, 123M, 131, 143, 145, 166, 855|
Taxi stands and pick-up/drop-off points are located near the station:
|West||Seah Im Road||None (roadside pick-up/drop-off)|
|East||Seah Im Food Court carpark||None (roadside pick-up/drop-off)|
|East||Telok Blangah Road (Eastbound) at HarbourFront MRT Exit D||Taxi stand, pick-up/drop-off point|
HarbourFront Bus Interchange is located near NE1 CC29 HarbourFront which connects to the the North East Line and Circle Line.
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6 thoughts on “HarbourFront Bus Interchange”
I suggest building a brand new ITH at Sentosa (using the unoccupied side), and then relocate all bus services to that ITH (relocate bus 123, NR1 and NR6 there as well). Make a new bus service (maybe bus 407) from that ITH loop at a bus stop outside this interchange. Then this interchange can be used for private bus parking. That way we can withdraw bus 188R and 963R
then can also relocate bus RWS8 to start from Beach Station Ter using the former berth for bus 123
The SMRT PSO2 still exist?Or change to TTS PSO2?
LTA should expand the Int by the rear side of the Int.
My son left his shoe bag on bus 93 around 3.10pm, opposite Macritchi reservoir. Does your bus driver sees it?
Hi Mrs Boey,
You may fill up SBS Transit’s lost and found form at https://www.sbstransit.com.sg/lostfound/report.aspx