Upper East Coast Bus Terminal

Upper East Coast Bus TerminalĀ is a neighbourhood bus terminus located in Upper East Coast, next to Bedok Camp II and opposite the Kew residential estate. Located off Upper East Coast Road, the terminal serves as a terminating point for bus routes serving the Upper East Coast area.


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Address 740 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 465549
BCM Route Package Bedok Bus Package
Anchor Operator SBS Transit Ltd
BusĀ Routes 6 (SBS Transit)
1 (Tower Transit)
1 (Go-Ahead Singapore)
Berths 2 alighting berths; 2 boarding berths
Rail Connection Not Applicable

The Terminal:

Upper East Coast Bus Terminal in September 2015 - Interchange concourse
Upper East Coast Bus Terminal in September 2015 – Interchange concourse

Upper East Coast Bus Terminal is a bus terminal at Upper East Coast. Located next toĀ Bedok Camp II and opposite the Kew residential estate, the terminal serves as a terminating point for bus routes serving the Upper East Coast area. It does not offer any rail connections.

Opened in December 2001, the terminal has a single vehicular concourse area, with a combined entrance and exit leading to Upper East Coast Road. The terminal building combines passenger alighting berths and waiting areas with an interchange office, driver’s lounge and toilets. A bus parkĀ in the middle of the terminal allows for the layover of buses, and an expansion to the original bus park was completed in January 2017.

Historical Background:

The roots ofĀ the terminalĀ can be traced to the formerĀ Marine Parade Bus Terminal along Siglap Road / Siglap Link, the present-day site of Victoria School. When it closed onĀ 16 September 2001, most services were amended to loop around the former site of the terminal. As a result,Ā Upper East Coast Terminal was built to accommodate some of the affected bus services while enhancing bus connectivity to theĀ Upper East Coast region.

Upper East Coast Bus Terminal first opened on 9 December 2001, absorbing Service 13 and 853# from the former Marine Parade Bus Terminal, while the remaining five services (16, 55, 76, 135, 155) continued to loop at Siglap Link. Commuter facilities at the terminal were constructed later and opened on 4 August 2002 for the benefit of local residents and Bedok Camp personnel. Originally built with metal queuing berths similar to those used at bus interchanges, they were troublesome for commuter boarding and unnecessary for a bus terminal with low human traffic. The metal queuing berths have since been removed and replaced with concrete benches. Bollards have also been installed at the kerb edge.

In 2005, Service 43 and 48 were introduced, and in 2006, Service 45 was introduced, and Service 506 was extended here from Bedok Interchange. In 2011, Service 48 was extended to Bedok North Depot and no longer calls at this terminal.

Between 2016-2017, work was carried out to expand Upper East Coast Terminal (then 0.6ha) by 60%, thus adding 15 parking spaces for a total of 27 parking lots. LTA Contract RD305 (titled Expansion of Bus Interchanges) was awarded to BSI (1990) Pte. Ltd. for S$12.47 million and also included the expansion of Hougang CentralĀ Bus Interchange and Punggol Bus Interchange. For Upper East Coast, the expansion consists of a new parking area in the south, and an expansion to the original bus park with three additional lots to the west.

The expansion paved the way for more bus services at the terminal; Service 46 was launched in 2016; and in 2017, Service 137 was launched, and Services 25 and 55 were extended to Upper East Coast (from Bedok and Siglap Link respectively).

Terminal Facilities:
  • Interchange office (SBS Transit)
  • Drivers lounge
  • NTWU Canteen (opened Oct 2018)
  • Boarding and alighting berths
  • Information boards
  • Service Guide Rack
  • Toilets

Bus Services:

Service Destination Remarks
13 Yio Chu Kang
25 Ang Mo Kio
43 Punggol
45 Ang Mo Kio Depot
46 Pasir Ris
55 Bishan
137 Sims Place
Yishun Sundays & Public Holidays only





2017 Expansion


For more images, visitĀ Upper East Coast Bus Terminal: Gallery

External Links & References:

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8 thoughts on “Upper East Coast Bus Terminal

  • 12 May 2022 at 5:43 PM

    55 was extended from Siglap Link not Bedok

  • 6 February 2021 at 11:40 PM

    Unfortunately , Since 2019 The East Coast Park has been remained cause due to building construction šŸ™

  • 28 March 2020 at 3:10 PM

    are we allowed to enter the bus terminal

    • 11 April 2020 at 5:31 AM

      Boarding and alighting is allowed.

      I think the terminal will be demolished once Bedok South Intergrated Hub is ready.

  • 2 April 2018 at 10:24 PM

    My Favourite Area To Explore In Singapore Is:

    • 28 March 2020 at 3:12 PM

      for me is north ,north east ,north west ,west ,south west and south

  • 7 August 2016 at 5:51 AM

    2-3 new service is enough leh..Layer back to square one again..


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