|Lines Served||Cross Island Line|
Serangoon North MRT Station (CR9) is an underground station along the Cross Island Line (CRL) Phase 1. The station is located underneath Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, at the junction of Serangoon North Avenue 1 and Serangoon North Avenue 3.
The station is in the vicinity of residential developments near Serangoon North, and community amenities such as The Serangoon Community Club, Serangoon North Community Centre, Rosyth School, Serangoon Garden Secondary School and various other places of worship. It is targeted for completion and opening in Year 2030.
First / Last Train Timings
|Cross Island Line – CR9 Serangoon North
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|CR2 Aviation Park||–||–||–||–|
|CR13 Bright Hill||–||–||–||–|
- Eastbound: Towards CR2 Aviation Park via CR8NE14 Hougang
- Westbound: Towards CR13TE7 Bright Hill via CR10 Tavistock
Passenger Usage Patterns
Serangoon North Station will be constructed as part of Contract CR113 – Design and Construction of Serangoon North Station and Tunnels, which was awarded to Hock Lian Seng Infrastructure Pte. Ltd. at a contract value of $454 million in January 2022.
Serangoon North station is located under the busy dual lanes of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 and the Yio Chu Kang Road vehicular bridge. The station is wider than usual as there will be three railway tracks instead of two, with the additional track being used to facilitate the withdrawal or parking of trains. Traffic diversions will be implemented at various stages of the construction to provide the required working space for the station construction works.
The underpass connection will be constructed by mining beneath the Yio Chu Kang Road vehicular bridge, instead of the typical cut-and-cover method. This mining method will allow the construction of the underpass connection to be carried out without affecting the Yio Chu Kang Road vehicular bridge, hence minimising the inconvenience to motorists. LTA and the contractor will closely monitor the works to ensure that they are carried out safely with minimal impact to nearby stakeholders and existing structures.
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