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Prince Edward MRT Station (CC31) is an underground station located along the Circle Line (CCL) Stage 6. It is built along Shenton Way, near the junctions of Keppel Road an Palmer Road, bringing rail connectivity to the Shenton Way business district, nearby places of worship, and future developments in the Keppel area.
The station is named after the nearby Prince Edward Road. The Keppel Port area south of the station is planned to be redeveloped after 2030, once the container port is moved to Tuas. The future Greater Southern Waterfront region currently under planning will provide more options for city living.
As the station box lies underneath Shenton Way Bus Terminal, the bus terminal was relocated to a new site further north to facilitate construction works. The station is targeted for completion and opening in Year 2025.
First / Last Train Timings
|Circle Line – CC32 Prince Edward|
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|L1||Street level||Bus stops, Taxi stand, pick-up/drop-off point|
|B?||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre|
|B?||Platform A||Circle Line (Inner Loop) towards Marina Bay|
|Platform B||Circle Line (Outer Loop) towards HarbourFront|
Circle Line (B?):
|Platform A: Circle Line (Inner Loop) towards Marina Bay (→)
Platform B: Circle Line (Outer Loop) towards Cantonment and HarbourFront (←)
Prince Edward MRT Station has two platforms in an island platform arrangement. Full-height Platform screen doors isolate the air-conditioned station from the tunnel environment, enhancing commuter safety and station comfort. A set of escalators, stairs and a lift connects the platform level to the concourse level one floor above. The concourse wraps around the platform, creating a large interior space which gives the station a spacious feel.
Passenger Information Systems, which are plasma display screens located at each platform, display expected train arrival times and key messages. Tactile flooring helps to guide the visually-handicapped from the platform to the station exits.
The station concourse at Basement ? feature faregates for automatic fare collection and provides access between paid and unpaid areas of the station, with at least one bidirectional wide-swinging gate for the benefit of passengers-in-wheelchairs and those carrying bulky items or travelling with prams.
General Ticketing Machines allow commuters to purchase tickets for single or multiple journeys, and along with Top-up Machines, offer contactless card transactions. The station office functions as a Passenger Service Centre, and is staffed during operating hours, where commuters may make travel inquiries or perform card transactions using cash payment.
Toilets are located at concourse level, near the Passenger Service Centre.
Civil Defence shelter (TBC)
Art in Transit (TBC)
Prince Edward MRT station will likely have at least two exits leading to ground level. More details will be confirmed closer to the opening of the station.
|A||—||Palmer Road||MAS Building, Hock Teck See Temple, Bestway Building|
|B||—||Shenton Way||76 Shenton, 78 Shenton|
- Public toilets at concourse level
- Emergency Train Stop buttons on the station platform, when activated, will prevent approaching trains from entering the station, and any train already stopped at the platform will be prevented from moving off.
- Emergency telephones at station platforms and the intercom system inside the lifts enable commuters to communicate with station staff in the Passenger Service Centre.
- Emergency door handles allow the platform doors to be opened manually from the train-side in the event of failure.
- Fire Extinguishers in various locations
- All escalators equipped with Emergency Stop buttons
Transport Connections (TBC)
Rail Bridging Services (TBC)
Passenger Usage Patterns
Circle Line Stage 6 (CCL6) Contract 885 for the Construction of Prince Edward Station and Tunnels for Circle Line 6 was awarded to China Railway Tunnel Group Co., Ltd (Singapore Branch) at a contract sum of S$310.8 million on 9 October 2017. The firm also worked on an underpass for the Havelock Station, using Singapore’s first Rectangular Tunnel Boring Machine, and an underpass at Stevens Station using the same construction method.