Jurong Pier MRT Station

Jurong Pier
Lines Served   Jurong Region Line
Operator TBC
Structure Elevated
Platform Island
Opening Year 2029

Jurong Pier MRT Station (JS12) is an elevated station located along the Jurong Region Line (JRL) Phase 3. It is built at the junction of Jurong Pier Road and Jalan Buroh, bringing rail connectivity to industrial buildings in the area, as well as access to Jurong Island via Jurong Island Checkpoint.

It will also serve as the terminus of the Main branch of the JRL. The station is targeted for completion and opening in Year 2029.

Originally announced to be targeted for opening in Year 2028, it was announced to be delayed by about one year in a Written Reply by Minister for Transport Ong Ye Kung to Parliamentary Question on Prioritising Early Completion of Jurong Region MRT Line on 1 Feb 2021, with COVID-19 cited as a reason.

First / Last Train Timings

Jurong Region Line – (JS12) Jurong Pier
Destination First Train Last Train
& Sat
Sun &
Public Holidays

Train Services

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Jurong Region Line (West) towards JS1NS4BP1 Choa Chu Kang via JS11 Jurong Hill and JW5 Peng Kang Hill (←)
Jurong Region Line (West) towards JS1NS4BP1 Choa Chu Kang via JS11 Jurong Hill and JW5 Peng Kang Hill (←)
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Jurong Pier station has two platforms in an island platform arrangement.

The station platforms are built to four-car length to cater for future expansion, although trains will only operate in a three-car formation.


Jurong Pier MRT station will likely have three exits leading to ground level. More details will be confirmed closer to the opening of the station.

Construction Trivia

Jurong Pier Station will be constructed as part of Contract J112 – Design and Construction of Jurong Hill Station, Jurong Pier Station and Viaduct for Jurong Region Line, which was awarded to China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (Singapore Branch) (CCECC) – SCB Building Construction Pte Ltd Joint Venture at a contract value of approximately $263 million in April 2021.


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