Tuas Transport Hub

Tuas Transport Hub is a future bus terminal located at Tuas Port, due for completion in April 2025. The facility will cater to the transport needs of Tuas Port.

Name Tuas Transport Hub
Address TBC
Bus Routes TBC
Berths TBC
Rail Connection Not Applicable

Container terminal operations at Tuas Port began in 2021. The facility is gradually being expanded and will open in stages until the 2040s.

In January 2024, a joint venture formed by TOA Corporation and Santarli Construction Pte. Ltd. was awarded a contract by the port operating company PSA Corporation Limited, for the Construction of an on-deck depot at Tuas Port in Singapore, which will include a transport hub. The contract price was not disclosed.

The on-dock depot will feature a single-storey container office, package substation, and temporary transport hub, which comprises a single-storey bus interchange with a temporary industrial canteen. It will be located south of Tuas South Avenue 16.

Tuas Port

When fully developed in 2040, the Tuas Mega Port will be the world’s single largest container port capable of handling up to 65 million TEUs annually, almost double the volume of 37.5 million TEUs handled by Singapore in 2021. It will occupy about 1,337ha of land (approximately 3,300 football fields), with 66 berths spanning 26km, capable of handling the largest container ships.

Operations at Singapore’s existing ports will be moved over to Tuas, with Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Brani Terminals to be moved by 2027, and Pasir Panjang Terminal by 2040s.

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7 thoughts on “Tuas Transport Hub

  • 1 April 2024 at 10:48 AM

    I think its important to note that this bus terminal is a PSA project, not a LTA one. I think the main point of the terminal is to ferry the megaport workers between the port and nearby MRT stations or to different parts of SG and not to serve as an addition or replacement of the existing Tuas terminal. There’s a likelihood that PSA will engage private bus companies to provide shuttle services for the workers like how JTC Corporation (which manages Jurong Island) had contracted CDG to provide Jurong Island bus services. Hence, it is not mandatory for this terminal to have public bus services and its very unlikely to replace the existing Tuas bus terminal. In a way, this terminal is comparable to Beach Station and RWS terminals in Sentosa.

    • 1 April 2024 at 6:44 PM

      Jurong Island is different from Tuas. The roads in JI after the security checkpoint belongs to JTC whereas Tuas road are LTA’s. JI roads are considered “non public” roads and is maintained by JTC. The bus stop and the bus stop pole designed are different from what you would see on LTA’s roads. That is why LTA does not handle any transport on JI. LTA is required to operate public transport services on their roads even though the terminal may be built by PSA or JTC.

  • 30 March 2024 at 11:51 AM

    If this causes the current Tuas Bus Terminal to close…

  • 30 March 2024 at 10:33 AM

    On one hand, I think this would make sense. On the other though… looking at the renders it looks quite big, with the entire thing being bigger than some ITHs. If they are going to introduce more services, the bus lots would make sense, but for the cars, maybe less or stack them?

  • 29 March 2024 at 6:23 PM

    Okay la. That’s the closest place to all the food and beverages supplies, and a bus terminal place, for those people working in Tuas Port area, which is more than 10km away from Tuas West MRT alignment.

    Looks like it’s going to resemble the Ming An restaurant bus stopping place at Yong Peng, Malaysia.

    Whereas for the bus services available, probably limited stops services to various parts of Singapore.

  • 29 March 2024 at 6:19 PM

    182 might be extended here as well as 248M

    Services serving at Tuas Transport HUb:
    Service 182/182M (Tuas Transport Hub to Joon Koon)
    Service 193 (Boon Lay to Tuas Transport Hub)
    Service 248M (Tuas Terminal to Tuas Transport Hub)

    • 31 March 2024 at 2:15 PM

      how about 192 and 248?????????huh huh huh huh huh?????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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