Contract CR151 – Cross Island Line Trains

Contract CR151 – Cross Island Line Trains
In service 2030 onward
Manufacturer TBC
Constructed TBC
Number built TBC
Formation 6 cars per train; provision for 8 cars per trainset
Fleet number
Operators
Depot(s) Changi East
Line served Cross Island Line (CRL)
Technical Data
Doors TBC
Electrification TBC
Track gauge TBC

On 18 March 2022, the tender for Contract CR151 – Trains for Cross Island Line was published by the Land Transport Authority on the government procurement website GeBIZ.

These trains will serve the upcoming Cross Island Line (CRL), which is expected to commence passenger service in 2030.

Each CR151 Trains will be formed of 6 cars, and will be capable of expansion to 8 cars.


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15 thoughts on “Contract CR151 – Cross Island Line Trains

  • 19 March 2022 at 4:01 PM
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    The CRL contracts are indeed named “CR1xx” for CRL Phase 1.

    For Phase 2 it’s “CR2xx”.

    For Punggol branch it’s “Pxxx”.

    Hence, going by the naming convention of CRL contracts, trains for CRL is indeed “CR151”. The “CR” here refers to CRL. “Contract CR151” can be abbreviated to “CCR151” or “C-CR151”.

    As for the “CR151” for NSEWL train replacement, the “C” is for “Contract” while the contract number is “R151”. So “Contract R151” can be abbreviated to “CR151”.

    Hence, to avoid confusion and clashes, we just call the new NSEWL trains as “R151” or simply just “Bombardier/Alstom NSEWL trains”. Similarly, we just call the TEL trains “T251” or simply just “TEL Trains” and JRL trains as “J151″/”JRL Trains”.

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  • 19 March 2022 at 3:17 PM
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    i hope Siemens or Alstom will awarded

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  • 19 March 2022 at 9:24 AM
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    I understand that the contract number clash with the NSEWL replacement train contract, until the latter has to rename.

    Actually, there are still C numbers that can be used, right?

    C151, C651, C751A, C751B, C830, C951, CT251, C151A, C151C.

    C4 looks very stylish, and sounds very sturdy.
    More importantly, it is available.

    Could have just called the first generation trains C451, then subsequent trains C452, C453, C454, etc.

    Why go and clash the name?

    Also, where’s the screenshot or web address that CR151 is the contract number for the Cross Island Line trains?

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  • 19 March 2022 at 12:12 AM
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    What?! Arent the CR151 meant for the NSEWL replacements for the c151, c651, c751b?

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  • 18 March 2022 at 10:09 PM
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    Hi, are you sure you got the contract number correct? CR151 is the contract number used for the NSEWL new generation trains.

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