Suspension of Bus Services Post-Circuit Breaker

With Singapore exiting the Circuit Breaker as planned on Monday, 1 June 2020, most bus services which were suspended in April 2020 would resume service on Tuesday, 2 June 2020. However, bus services which cater to recreational demand will continue to be suspended until further notice.

In addition, Bus Service 128 would be withdrawn on 2 June 2020. The last day of operations was on Tuesday, 7 April 2020.


Suspended Bus Services

The following bus services will be suspended until further notice:

Bus Service Route Suspended since
Trunk Bus Services / Others
401 Bedok ↺ Fort Road 25 Apr 2020
926 Woodlands ↺ Mandai Lake Road 8 Apr 2020
Express Bus Services
188R
Choa Chu Kang ↔ Resorts World Sentosa 15 Apr 2020
963R Woodlands ↔ Resorts World Sentosa 15 Apr 2020
Night Bus Services
1N Marina Centre → Yishun Ring Road (Opp Khatib Stn Exit D) 8 Apr 2020
2N Marina Centre → Tampines Avenue 3 (Blk 888) 8 Apr 2020
3N Marina Centre → Choa Chu Kang North 5 (Blk 708) 8 Apr 2020
4N Marina Centre → Pasir Ris Drive 1 (Blk 210) 8 Apr 2020
5N Marina Centre → Jurong West Street 92 (Blk 924) 8 Apr 2020
6N Marina Centre → Punggol Field (Opp Blk 201A) 8 Apr 2020
NR1 Resorts World Sentosa → Yishun Ring Road (Opp Khatib Stn Exit D) 8 Apr 2020
NR2 Marina Centre → Sembawang Drive (Blk 317) 8 Apr 2020
NR3 South Bridge Road (Boat Quay) → Choa Chu Kang 8 Apr 2020
NR5 Marina Centre → Jurong West Street 64 (Blk 685B) 8 Apr 2020
NR6 Resorts World Sentosa → Compassvale Drive (Blk 225A) 8 Apr 2020
NR8 Marina Centre → Bukit Batok West Ave 5 (Blk 531) 8 Apr 2020
Chinatown Direct Bus Services
CT8 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9 ↔ Kampong Bahru 15 Apr 2020
CT18 Bedok North Avenue 3 ↔ Kampong Bahru 15 Apr 2020

Operator Posters

Premium Bus Services

In an update posted on the Commute Solutions website, Premium Bus Services that are operated by them would remain suspended until further notice.


References

3 thoughts on “Suspension of Bus Services Post-Circuit Breaker

  • 13 December 2020 at 12:41 AM
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    Actually apart from the night services i dont understand why the other services are still suspended

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  • 10 November 2020 at 9:15 PM
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    I think from 1 Dec, 188R, 926 and 963R will be back to operation – due to people getting SingaporeDiscovers vouchers ($100).

    Nite Owl/NightRider – don’t know what is the arrangement but experts say no need because people usually go home at 10.30pm what on Sundays.

    Chinatown Direct CT8 and CT18 will be in operation – but does not make sense for CT18 because it duplicates DTL what.

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    • 10 December 2020 at 2:56 PM
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      Nite Owl/NightRider services are just for people going to work at night or people going for occasions

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