Ulu Pandan MRT Depot

Ulu Pandan Depot
Ulu Pandan Depot entrance
Ulu Pandan Depot entrance
Location 20 Toh Tuck Avenue, Singapore 597006
Lines served   North South Line
  East West Line
Operator SMRT Trains
Type At-grade rail depot
Rolling Stock C151, C651, C751B, C151A, C151B, C151C. Future: R151
Opened 1988

Ulu Pandan MRT Depot is an at-grade train depot serving the North South Line (NSL) and East West Line (EWL).

The depot is built near Clementi, covering an area of 130,000 square metres, and bordered by Toh Tuck Avenue, Commonwealth Avenue West and the Pan Island Expressway (PIE). It contains a maintenance facility and stabling area designed for 34 trains, and is accessed from Toh Tuck Avenue.

Situated between Clementi and Jurong East stations along the East West Line, there is a total of 3 reception tracks: 2 tracks heading westbound towards Jurong East station and 1 track heading eastbound towards Clementi station.

Rolling stock:

Ulu Pandan Depot maintains C151, C651, C751B, C151A , C151B and C151C trains operating along the North South Line and East West Line. It will likely take in R151 trains in the near future.

Ulu Pandan Depot Expansion

Plans for the expansion of Ulu Pandan MRT depot first emerged in the Land Transport Authority’s annual report for FY2015/16. Contract 1758 (Advance Engineering Consultancy Services for the Expansion of Ulu Pandan Depot) was awarded to T.Y. Lin International Pte. Ltd. / DP Architects Pte Ltd.

As part of the consultancy service, the awarded tenderer would have to provide the design of:

  • A new at-grade depot with stabling tracks for at least 94 trains and a workshop with 8 tracks for vehicle maintenance to integrate with the existing depot and the related additions and alterations works to the existing depot
  • A multi-storey bus depot housing 600 buses with its parking, inspection, maintenance facilities and administration buildings
  • A new foreign workers’ dormitory providing accommodation for 450 persons supporting the foreign manpower required for the new bus depot.


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One thought on “Ulu Pandan MRT Depot

  • 19 October 2021 at 12:58 AM

    The new integrated bus depot is for Bukit Batok Depot replacement.


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