New Bus Services 134 & 150 to begin operations on 20 March

Two new bus services that will connect Marine Parade to Sims Place and Telok Kurau will commence operations on Sunday, 20 March 2016. These bus services are introduced under LTA’s Bus Service Enhancement Programme, which has implemented over 50 new bus routes since March 2012.

Bus Service 134 will run between Sims Place Bus Terminal and Marine Terrace, via Paya Lebar MRT Station. It will provide a new direct bus connection to and from Paya Lebar MRT for residents of estates along Sims Place, Sims Drive and Geylang East Central. It will also replace the lost sector of Bus Service 76 from Paya Lebar MRT to Tanjong Katong Road and Marine Parade Road.

Bus Service 150 will run between Eunos Interchange and Marine Terrace, via Telok Kurau Road. It will provide a new direct bus connection to and from Eunos MRT for residents of estates along Joo Chiat Place, Telok Kurau Road and Marine Terrace. It will also enhance bus frequency for commuters travelling between Telok Kurau and Eunos MRT, by doubling the route of existing Bus Service 15.

In addition, existing Bus Service 76 will be cut short to terminate at Eunos Bus Interchange. Passengers who travel between Paya Lebar Station and Marine Parade on bus service 76 can ride bus service 43 , 134, or 135.

The new bus services will provide additional connectivity for the estates along Sims Place and Telok Kurau Road, which are previously only served by one bus service each.

Refer to our individual bus articles for more information:

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3 thoughts on “New Bus Services 134 & 150 to begin operations on 20 March

  • 7 March 2016 at 3:52 PM

    Finally, new bus service to sims place bus terminal after 16 years..

    Hopefully, more to come..

    Thanks for the great updates. 🙂

  • 5 March 2016 at 10:02 AM

    Hi, thanks for the update. If I may add on, there’s also another existing svc 135 serving a stretch of Paya Lebar Rd to Marine Parade, on top of svc 43.

    • 26 March 2016 at 11:55 PM

      Just amend and improve existing 135 frequency instead of launching a new service (134). This just create more loads on the road and hog the bus stop. I think they run out of idea of new routes and just want to put spare buses on the road.


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