Shuttle 10: Canberra—Ang Mo Kio Shuttle Bus Service

Refer to Page 1 of this article for the most recent version of Shuttle 10.
This page refers to the May 2019 version of Shuttle 10.

Shuttle 10, or the Woodlands—Yishun / Ang Mo Kio Shuttle Bus Service, is a Rail Replacement Service plying between Woodlands and Yishun / Ang Mo Kio, serving en-route North South Line (NSL) stations.

The route will be activated to operate between Woodlands—Yishun on Saturday 18 May 2019 & Sunday 19 May 2019, while being extended to operate between Woodlands—Ang Mo Kio on Monday 20 May 2019 during the 3 Day Closure on North South Line for Canberra Track Works.


The Shuttle Bus Service serves the following MRT Stations:

On Saturday 18 May 2019 & Sunday 19 May 2019

On Monday 20 May 2019

Route:

Shuttle 10: Woodlands—Yishun / Ang Mo Kio Shuttle Bus Service
Direction 1 – Towards Yishun / Ang Mo Kio
Direction 2 – Towards Woodlands
  • Woodlands Square
    – Woodlands Temporary Interchange (Berth 9) NS9
  • Woodlands Ave 7
    – Opp Admiralty Stn NS10
  • Sembawang Way
    – Opp Sembawang Stn NS11
  • Yishun Ave 2
    – Opp Yishun Stn NS13
    – Opp Khatib Stn NS14
  • Ang Mo Kio Ave 6
    – Yio Chu Kang Stn NS15
  • Ang Mo Kio Ave 8
    – Ang Mo Kio Stn NS16
  • Ang Mo Kio Ave 8
    – Aft Ang Mo Kio Int NS16
  • Ang Mo Kio Ave 6
    – Opp Yio Chu Kang Stn NS15
  • Yishun Ave 2
    – Bef Khatib Stn NS14
    – Bef Yishun Stn NS13
  • Sembawang Way
    – Sembawang Stn NS11
  • Woodlands Ave 7
    – Admiralty Stn NS10
  • Woodlands Square
    – Woodlands Temporary Interchange NS9
Note:
– Shuttle 10 will only serve Khatib, Yio Chu Kang & Ang Mo Kio MRT Stations on Monday, 20 May 2019.
Technical Information
Route WAB_logo_20px
(Sat 18 May & Sun 19 May 2019)
Woodlands MRT ↔ Yishun MRT
(
Mon 20 May 2019)
Woodlands MRT ↔ Ang Mo Kio MRT
Passes Through Admiralty, Sembawang, Yishun, Khatib, Yio Chu Kang MRT stations
Travelling Time Scheduled Runtime
29 mins (Woodlands – Yishun) / 46 mins (Woodlands – Ang Mo Kio)
Operator Information
Operators SBS Transit Ltd
SMRT Buses Ltd
Current Fleet 12-metre Double Deck Buses
Alexander Dennis Enviro500
MAN A95
Volvo B9TL
Departure Times from Woodlands
Towards Yishun:
5.27am – 1.27am (Full Day Closure on Sat 18 May 2019)
5.45am – 12.49am (Full Day Closure on Sun 19 May 2019)
Towards Ang Mo Kio:
5.45am – 12.49am (Full Day Closure on Mon 20 May 2019)
Departure Times from Yishun Towards Woodlands:
5.26am – 1.09am (Full Day Closure on Sat 18 May 2019)
5.50am – 12.52am (Full Day Closure on Sun 19 May 2019)
5.50am – 12.59am (Full Day Closure on Mon 20 May 2019)
Towards Ang Mo Kio:
5.57am – 1.17am (Full Day Closure on Mon 20 May 2019)
Departure Times from Ang Mo Kio
5.40am – 12.42am (Full Day Closure on Mon 20 May 2019)
Frequency Direction 1 Direction 2
1 – 3 mins 1 – 3 mins

The Shuttle Bus Service will only operate on Saturday 18 May 2019 & Sunday 19 May 2019 between Woodlands – Yishun, and on Monday 20 May 2019 between Woodlands – Ang Mo Kio.

Shuttle Bus Departure Timings from Stations

 


Shuttle Bus Transfer at Woodlands
Other Rail Replacement Services

The route is one of two Shuttle Bus Services operating during periods of planned closure in May 2019 for Canberra Track Works, the other route being Express 17: Woodlands—Bukit Panjang.


Also check out:

Page 1: Shuttle 10 (Feb & Mar 2020) Route Information
Page 2: Photo Gallery

Page 4: Shuttle 10 (June & July 2018) Route Information

3 thoughts on “Shuttle 10: Canberra—Ang Mo Kio Shuttle Bus Service

  • 18 May 2019 at 5:05 PM
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    They are using the almost completed Yishun ITH to turnaround the buses at Yishun. Buses are entering at the north end entrance and exiting at the south end exit. I believe this is the first time the traffic lights at the south end are being put into operation.

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  • 24 June 2018 at 7:48 AM
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    The rudeness of the bus captain as they demanded that passengers to tag the ezlink card . The tone, expression should be of a gentle posture n tone.should not be of demanding as some passengers do not know that it is fare charging service. I think in terms of cultured culture of service politeness should be implemented among the mainland bus captain as they are a bunch of uncivilised , uncultured being who demanded without showing respect their source of revenue from passengers

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  • 23 May 2018 at 11:23 PM
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    Saw GAS training on this route

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