SMRT Corporation Ltd.

SMRT Travel Advisory for 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix

Press Release   •   Sep 11, 2014 16:06 SGT

In view of the 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, SMRT trains (North-South, East-West and Circle Lines) and selected buses services will be extended from Friday, 19 September to Sunday, 21 September 2014.  More train trips will also be added in anticipation of high demand. 

Last train timings

19 September 2014 (Friday)

·  The last train heading towards the North, South, East and West will depart City Hall MRT station at 1.30am on 20 September.

·  The last CCL train heading towards HarbourFront MRT station leaves Dhoby Ghaut MRT station at 12.57am.

·  The last CCL train heading toward Tai Seng MRT station leaves Promenade MRT station at 1.19am.

·  The last CCL train heading toward Dhoby Ghaut MRT station leaves Promenade MRT station at 1.19am.

·  The last LRT leaves Choa Chu Kang LRT station at 2.34am, after the last train arrives at the station.

20 and 21 September 2014 (Saturday and Sunday)

·  The last train heading towards the North, South, East and West will depart City Hall MRT station at 1.11am on 21 and 22 September.

·  The last CCL train heading toward HarbourFront MRT station leaves Dhoby Ghaut MRT station at 12.40am.

·  The last CCL train from Marina Bay heading toward Tai Seng MRT station leaves Promenade MRT station at 12.57am.

·  The last CCL train from Dhoby Ghaut heading toward Caldecott MRT station and the last CCL train heading toward Dhoby Ghaut MRT station leaves Promenade MRT station at 1.00am.

·  The last LRT leaves Choa Chu Kang LRT station at 2.12am and 2.10am, after the last train arrives at the station on 21 and 22 September respectively.

Last bus timings

Last bus timings for SMRT feeder services in Bukit Batok, Choa Chu Kang, Woodlands, Sembawang and Yishun Interchanges will be extended. Details are as follows:

Interchanges

Feeder Bus Services

Last Buses from Interchange

(19 Sept)

Last Buses from Interchange

 (20 Sept)

Last Buses from Interchange (21 Sept)

Bukit Batok

173, 189, 941, 945, 947

2.40am

2.20am

2.15am

Choa Chu Kang

300, 302, 307

2.35am

2.10am

2.10am

Sembawang

859

2.25am

2.05am

2.05am

Woodlands

901, 911, 912, 913

2.20am

2.00am

1.55am

Yishun

804, 812

2.30am

2.10am

2.10am

Location Surcharge for Taxis from 19 to 21 September 2014

A S$5.00 location surcharge will be imposed at the following taxi stands and hotel driveways at certain times. Details are as follows:

Date
Time
Location
19 September 2014
10.30pm to 12 midnight

Taxi Stands:

1.  Suntec Convention Centre at Raffles Boulevard

2.  Suntec Tower 3 & 4 at Temasek Boulevard

3.  Suntec Tower 5 at Temasek Boulevard

4.  Millenia Walk at Raffles Boulevard

5.  Millenia Tower at Temasek Avenue

6.  Funan Digitalife Mall at North Bridge Road

7.  Peninsula Plaza at Coleman Street

8.  Hitachi Tower at Collyer Quay

9.  Straits Trading Building at Battery Road

10. Temporary taxi stand at The Concourse along Nicoll Highway

Hotel Driveways:

1.  Conrad Centennial S’pore

2.  The Pan Pacific Hotel S’pore

3.  Marina Mandarin

4.  Mandarin Oriental S’pore

5.  The Ritz Carlton Millenia S’pore

6.  Marina Bay Sands Tower 1

7.  Marina Bay Sands Tower 3

8.  Marina Bay Sands Casino

Marina Bay Sands MICE
20 September 2014
9.30pm till 12 midnight
As above
21 September 2014
9.30pm till 12 midnight
As above

Limousine Taxi Counter Service from 19 to 21 September 2014

Limousine taxi services by SMRT are available at the Taxi Counter located in front of Kallang Carpark F & G from 7.00pm to 2.00am with a location surcharge of S$15.00.

Passengers may contact SMRT Customer Relations at 1800-336-8900 on weekdays during office hours from 7.30am to 6.30pm or visit www.smrt.com.sg for more information.

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