Yutong E12 Electric Buses rolled out on Service 947

In August 2021, Yutong E12 electric buses were rolled out on the following bus services:

  • Tower Transit Bus Service 947 (On 2 August 2021; Interlines from Service 77)
    Note: Sporadic deployment only if Tower Transit deploys the bus on 947-7710 for the day.

The Yutong E12 electric buses have been operating in Singapore since 3 April 2020, initially on Bus Services 15, 66, 944, 983 & 990. Since then, the buses have been deployed on different routes across the island.

In addition, Tower Transit has deployed the Yutong E12 on Service 944 from 2 August 2021, in which SMRT Buses had deployed them earlier from April 2020 to April 2021.


Rollout

Tower Transit

  • April – September 2020: Services 66 & 990
  • September 2020 – May 2021: Service 189
    With interlining to Services 945 & 974A on Weekdays which was later discontinued in Jan 2021
  • From 12 April 2021: Service 77
  • From 6 May 2021: Service 41
  • From 2 August 2021: Service 944

Go-Ahead Singapore

  • April – October 2020: Service 15
  • October 2020 – April 2021: Service 354
    With interlining to Service 359 on Weekdays & Service 358 on Saturdays
  • From 5 April 2021: Service 3
    With interlining to Service 3A on selected days from 12 Apr 2021

SMRT Buses

  • April 2020 – April 2021: Service 944
  • April 2020 – September 2020: Service 983
  • From 12 April 2021: Service 184

Notable One-Off Deployments
  • 27 July 2020 – Service 67
  • 14 October 2020 – EWL Bridging Bus (Tuas Link – Buona Vista)

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4 thoughts on “Yutong E12 Electric Buses rolled out on Service 947

  • 3 May 2021 at 8:15 PM
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    TTS Yutong SDs now on 41 & 77 no more svc 189.Ain’t sure about the DDs

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  • 13 April 2021 at 6:10 AM
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    Since the E12SDs are redeployed, the E12DDs can also get redeployed to other routes like 3, 184 and 106.

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  • 12 April 2021 at 5:35 PM
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    E12DD might as well deploy on 3 also..

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    • 13 April 2021 at 1:26 PM
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      I think better not because then it will be the same case as TTS and SMRT where they don’t operate their E12DDs on weekends because of low DD demand. And even though there are some DDs on weekends for 983, they are all other bus models. I don’t get why.

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