The Jurong Region Line will be the seventh line to be introduced into the MRT system. The line is designed to be a medium capacity line.
It will be a fully automated and driverless elevated rapid transit line. When completed, it will span about 20km with around 30 stations. The line will be opening in two stages, in 2025 and 2026.
It will serve residents of Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and the future developments in the Tengah area, and connect high-activity areas in Jurong West, such as Nanyang Technological University, the Jurong Industrial estate, including Jurong Island and the future Jurong Gateway.
A West Coast Extension to connect to the Circle Line is currently under study. If it is found feasible, the extension of about 5km will be completed by 2030.
LINE STATUS (4 APRIL 2016): Engineering feasibility studies are currently being conducted on the line. The exact alignment and stations of the line will be announced in 2017.
Jurong Region Line
Opening in 2025
Medium capacity line with 4-car trains
Fully-automatic train operation
Information provided on this page is preliminary information, based on existing information released by the authorities and contractors.
The final design and specifications of the line may vary.
Initial plans for the Jurong Region Line can be seen in the Concept Plan 2001 as an LRT line serving Jurong East, Jurong West beyond Boon Lay station, Choa Chu Kang East and Nanyang Technological University.
In the Land Transport Master Plan 2013 announced on 17 January 2013, the Jurong Region Line is confirmed to be a 20km line that serves Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and the future developments in the Tengah area. The line will pass by high-activity areas in Jurong West including Nanyang Technological University, the Jurong Industrial estate and Jurong Island, and the future Jurong Gateway.
The line is expected to be completed by 2025, which will enhance connectivity within the Jurong region and connect the region to the existing rail network for faster travel to the rest of the island, relieving the crowd at the existing heavily-used Jurong East interchange.
On 25 August 2015, it was announced that the Land Transport Authority is studying a possible extension of the Jurong Region Line to the west coast area, connecting to a Circle Line station. The extension will serve the West Coast and Pasir Panjang areas.
If it is found feasible, the extension will be approximately 5km long and will be completed by 2030.
|17 January 2013||Land Transport Master Plan 2013||Announcement of the Jurong Region Line|
|25 August 2015||West Coast Extension||Announcement of the West Coast Extension|
|2025||Stage 1||Details to be confirmed|
|2026||Stage 2||Completion of the Jurong Region Line (Details to be confirmed)|
|By 2030||West Coast Extension||Completion of the West Coast Extension (Details to be confirmed)|