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Take the MRT from Boon Lay to Expo direct Through service to be phased in starting tomorrow and will be extended to airport when Changi Airport MRT station opens TRAIN commuters will soon be able to travel from Singapore’s westernmost MRT station to the new Expo station in the east

Next stop: Changi Airport New MRT station at airport opens. With wider fare gates and a futuristic design, it promises to be a hit with commuters By KARAMJIT KAUR TRANSPORT CORRESPONDENT BY THE end of next year, every MRT station will have one fare gate that is wide enough for

Public should not subsidise new MRT stations THE SMRT says that train fares have had to increase partly because costs have gone up as a result of operating the new Changi and Dover stations. I had expected SMRT to price the fare from Tanah Merah station to Changi Airport station

Changi MRT a viable option I REFER to the letter, “Public should not subsidise new MRT stations” (ST, Aug 19). While the Changi Airport MRT extension serves as a direct link to Boon Lay station, it is not a dedicated airport line. It snares the same network system as the

From today... SMRT's trial service from Boon Lay (East-West line) to Expo will run on weekdays. This means that one in every four trains from Boon Lay station will go to Expo MRT station, via the Changi Airport extension track. The other three will go to Pasir Ris. The service

Now boarding: At Changi MRT station mmmqrush THE new Changi Airport MRT station begins operations tomorrow. The station, on the East-West line, is located between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3, which is now being built. It is linked to the arrival and departure levels of Terminal 2 by lifts and

Taxis still the way to go for Changi air travellers MRT fails to make inroads as passengers prefer not to haul luggage to station. Cabs and airport shuttle remain popular in GOH CHEN LIAN MANY air travellers still prefer taking taxis than lugging their heavy luggage through the nearby Changi

Changi direct train back on line FROM today, you’ll be able to ride the MRT direct to Changi Airport again. Because the direct service between Boon Lay and the airport has been resumed, the MRT shuttle service between Tanah Merah and Changi Airport stations will-cease. Trains on the Boon Lay-Changi

Expo link will improve service I REFER to “Expo? What about other MRT riders?”, by Binson Chua (Streats, Nov 28). In preparation for the opening of Changi Airport station, SMRT, working with the Land Transport Authority (LTA), has considered various options for the operation of the train services. A through

Direct connection Cathleen Tung New service soon from Boon Lay to Singapore Expo and eventually to Changi Airport by cathle c n@n ewsto d ay. c am. sg COMMUTERS will soon have another convenient way of getting to the airport, when the Changi Airport station located after the Expo station

Streats 7 December 2001 ft'cs @iang Wileen

High tea at the airport Changi cuppa two shoes by Wileen Chang DO you love a good Saturday afternoon high tea but have already been to all the places in the downtown hotels and restaurants? Make a departure from your usual haunts, then, and go to Coffee Club at Changi

SMRT's Airport and Expo link Let them change trains I REFER to “Direct MRT link to Expo” (Streats Nov 19). I support Binson Phua’s comments. Is it fair and worthwhile to inconvenience the majority to cater for the few? I would like to add five more reasons why SMRT should

Train services are good, getting better: SMRT I WOULD like to respond to three letters that were recently published in Streats. First I would like to address the points made in “Make Expo-bound MRT passengers alight” (Jan 2) and “Expo station not used only by fun-seekers” (Jan 3), by Alex

Commuters right, SMRT wrong WHEN SMRT first introduced the Changi Airport and Expo stations into the East-West line and ran two separate services concurrently Boon Lay-Pasir Ris and Boon Lay-Changi Airport the loudest complaints from commuters were about how inconvenient it would be for them if they were travelling to

Chinese name for Changi Airport on the Net WHAT do you call Dhoby Ghaut MRT station in Chinese? Or Changi Airport? Don’t know? Then log on to http://e2ctransnet.zaobao.com. Set up with a $50,000 grant from the Singapore Press Holdings’ Chinese Language Journalism Fund, the website contains translations of English and

MRT service extended MRT and LRT trains will run later than usual tomorrow. Transit Link said yesterday that the last trains heading north, east and west will leave City Hall station at lam. However, it said, there would be no connection to the east-west line for passengers taking the last

Survey destroy Causeway pipelines Mindef headquarters Changi Airport and Biggin Hill radar station Jurong Island US interests THE TARGETS Reports by Wendy Tan MILITARY, utility and US installations in Singapore were among potential targets that at least eight Jemaah Islamiah cell members were assigned to investigate and survey. Fortunately, their

From today... SMRT's trials of the through-service from Boon Lay (East-West line) to Expo, will be run on Saturdays as well, from today. It's practice for the opening of the Changi Airport station early next year. On average, there will be one through-service train to Expo every 12 minutes.

Easy going to Expo FROM tomorrow, MRT commuters heading to the Expo station can use the through service that previously operated only on Sundays. SMRT said the service that operates along the East-West line directly to the station would run daily from Dec 18. It provides a direct connection between

Easy going to Expo FROM tomorrow, MRT commuters heading to the Expo station can use the through service that previously operated only on Sundays. SMRT said the service that operates along the East-West line directly to the station would run daily from Dec 18. It provides a direct connection between

Airport woes for cabbies Leong Phei Phei FOR one group of people, the MRT station at Changi Airport is more of a bane than a boon. When the station opened last month, Mr Tan Ho Peng, a Comfort cabbie, was not smiling. The station meant a dip in his earnings.

Airport woes for cabbies Leong Phei Phei FOR one group of people, the MRT station at Changi Airport is more of a bane than a boon. When the station opened last month, Mr Tan Ho Peng, a Comfort cabbie, was not smiling. The station meant a dip in his earnings.

GETTING THERE The Singapore Expo is located along Expo Drive, off Upper Changi Road East. You can get there m a number of ways. HURT The easiest way to get there. If you are travelling from Pasir Ris, Tampines or Simei stations, take the westbound train and alight at Tanah

Trains heading to Expo near-empty MR Alex Kwok raised very pertinent points in his letter about through trains to Expo station, “Make Expo-bound MRT passengers alight” (Streats, Jan 2). While it may be the intention of SMRT to “educate” commuters in preparation for the extension of the line to Changi

Take the MRT from Boon Lay to Expo direct Through service to be phased in starting Sunday and will be extended to airport when Changi Airport MRT station opens TRAIN commuters will soon be able to travel from Singapore's westernmost MRT station to the new Expo station in the east

New service SMRT is introducing a service from Boon Lay (East-West line) to Expo this Sunday. The service initially on Sundays only is being introduced in preparation for the opening of the Changi Airport station early next year. The service will be extended to Saturdays from Dec 1. And from

Board MRT to airport from Tanah Meran FROM Tuesday, all Changi Airport-bound commuters will have to board the MRT at Tanah Merah station. Commuters on the East-West line, who can now travel uninterrupted from stations like Boon Lay and Clementi to the airport, will have to disembark at Tanah Merah

Direct MRT link to Expo EAST-WEST line MRT trains yesterday began running directly to the Expo station. The direct train service currently runs only on Sundays, but from Dec 18, it will begin to operate daily. Commuters will then no longer have to alight at Tanah Merah station and complete

Next stop: Changi Airport KAR AMJIT KA UR I RANSPORT CORRESPONDENT New MRT station at airport opens. With wider fare gates and a futuristic design, it promises to be a hit with commuters BY THE end of next year, even MRT station will nave one fare gate that is wide

Check this out The aged should not miss this. The Senior Citizens'Carnival tomorrow will have workshops in all languages on active aging, e-lifestyle, healthy lifestyle and inter-generation relationships. It's at Jurong East Sports Complex, 21 [Jurong East St 13, I 7.30am-1 pm. It's free. J| Tel: 897-4600. SMRT will run