Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Contract award - CR116

Render of Ang Mo Kio interchange's Cross Island Line platforms.
Source: LTA

Today the Land Transport Authority (LTA) awarded contract CR116 for the construction of Ang Mo Kio interchange station and associated tunnels. Contract CR116's award is the fifth for the Cross Island Line, following awards for contracts CR105 (Large diameter tunnel between Aviation Park & Loyang), CR112 (Hougang interchange), CR108 (Pasir Ris interchange) and CR101 (Changi East depot). 

Thursday, May 13, 2021

CPE - Pre-qualification begins

Renders of the CPE stations
Source: Zaobao SG

Recently the Land Transport Authority (LTA) launched pre-qualifications for the Cross Island Line Punggol Extension (CPE) - a 7.3km extension from Pasir Ris to Punggol. The extension will add 3 additional stations to the line with all 3 new stations seemingly featuring side platform configurations There will also be 3 civil contracts for the extension as well - P102, P103 & P105. 

Monday, March 29, 2021

Contract awards - CR105 & CR112

 

A render of Hougang interchange showing the paid transfer link's bank of escalators connecting to the North East Line on the left. The concourse extends towards the existing Exit A at the Hougang Bus Interchange.
Source: LTA

Over the last few weeks, the first of the civil contracts for the Cross Island Line (CRL) have begun to be awarded. On 8 March 2021, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) awarded contract CR105 for the construction of a large-diamater single bore tunnel between Aviation Park and Loyang stations to a join venture between Taisei Corporation and China State Construction Engineering Corporation. This was followed by the award of contract CR112 for the construction of Hougang interchange station and connecting tunnels on 26 March 2021 to Samsung C&T.

Monday, October 19, 2020

Pasir Ris Preview


Screen capture of video from Ramboll showing Pasir Ris interchange station
Source: Ramboll

Recently we came across Ramboll's website which showcased a passenger simulation they had done as a case study. The project was for the Cross Island Line (CRL), presumably Package B of the eastern leg. Some of the details provided were similar to that provided by another company which had also done a passenger traffic simulation study for Punggol station - VertixAP. Along with the case study was a short video showing perspectives of the station.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

CPE: First look at the stations

Footprints & renders of the Cross Island Line Punggol Extension stations.
Source: Zaobao SG
The Chinese daily Zaobao has given us a better understanding of the station layouts and how they will look once 2031 comes around. The station footprints - essentially the outlines - can show where the entrances will be located and how long the stations stretch for. As mentioned in our post yesterday, the station outline for Elias station shows that it will be some distance away from the location of Elias Mall. However, the station will feature numerous subways connecting to entrances located nearer to the residential blocks and amenities in the area. Notably for Riviera, there is also some effort put in to ensure that the new station entrances are located closer to the existing LRT station, minimizing exposure of commuters to the weather elements and allowing for smoother connections.

Edited 12 March 2020 - LTA has updated with the official station footprints. We have updated our post to reflect these.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

CPE: Cross Island Line Punggol Extension

Cross Island Line 1 with Punggol Extension
Source: LTA
This morning during a ministerial visit to the worksite for the North-East Line extension, the Land Transport Authority unveiled the Cross Island Line Punggol extension (CPE). The extension stretches for 7.3km from Pasir Ris to Punggol. Intermediate stops are located at Elias (Pasir Ris West) and Riviera (tap out transfer to Punggol LRT east loop).

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Pre-construction: Aviation Park

Aviation Park station sits at the junction of the former Aviation Park Road and Changi Coastal Road. Currently an undeveloped piece of land at the airport boundary, the area will be transformed once the CRL becomes operational and following the development of the Changi East industrial zone nearby.

28 September 2019 - Looking ahead towards the location of the future Aviation Park station.