Tengah MRT Station

Lines Served   Jurong Region Line
Operator TBC
Structure Elevated
Platform Stacked Island
Opening Year 2026

Tengah MRT Station (JS3) is an elevated station located along the Jurong Region Line (JRL) Phase 1. It sited within the upcoming Tengah Town Centre at Tengah Central, bringing rail connectivity to schools, residential developments and community amenities in the area. Bus connections are offered via Tengah Bus Interchange.

The station is also an interchange between the Main branch and East branch of the JRL. It is targeted for completion and opening in Year 2026.

First / Last Train Timings

Jurong Region Line – JS3 Tengah
Destination First Train Last Train
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Train Services

In September 2016, an Artist’s Impression released by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) indicated that Tengah MRT Station would have 3 tracks with 4 platforms in a double-island configuration.

The 2019 Draft Master Plan suggests an island platform configuration for Tengah Station which will serve the eastern and middle track for Jurong Region Line (West & East), while the western track could be a non-revenue track which leads to Tengah Train Depot.

The artist impression released by LTA in September 2019 confirmed that Tengah Station would be in a stacked island configuration, similar to that of Gul Circle station.

The station platforms are built to four-car length to cater for future expansion, although trains will only operate in a three-car formation.


Tengah MRT station will have several exits leading to ground level. More details will be confirmed closer to the opening of the station.

Passenger Usage Patterns

Construction Trivia

Tengah Station will be constructed as part of Contract J102 – Design & Construction of Choa Chu Kang (CCK) Station, CCK West Station, Tengah Station & Viaduct including A&A Works to Existing CCK Station for JRL, which was awarded to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd at a contract value of ~$465.2 million in September 2019.

Future Developments

Major Incidents


External Links & References

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