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Singapore MRT Lines






The MRT or Mass Rapid Transit is an urban railway system that spans the entire island of Singapore. When it opened in 1987, it was the second metro line in Southeast Asia after Manila's LRT system. The trains are reliable, comfortable and inexpensive. Sometimes they do get quite crowded, especially upon approaching downtown, but on the whole, they are good enough for me.

At the moment, there are 87 MRT Stations and four MRT lines in operation, with a total of 129.7 km of track, with more under construction. All built stations are operational except for the Woodleigh MRT Station. The Singapore MRT is projected to have a network totaling 278 km of tracks by 2020. There will be four more lines at various stages of construction namely the Circle MRT Line, Downtown Line, Thomson-East Coast MRT Line and Eastern Region Line.

Circle MRT Line


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Downtown MRT Line


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East West MRT Line


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North East MRT Line


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North South MRT Line


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