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The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is efficient, eco-friendly, and the cheapest way to almost every destination in Singapore.

Check out all current/future MRT & LRT lines of Singapore, maps & stations, and the best apps to download to travel efficiently and cheaply around the city.

As of January 2020, the MRT network encompasses 203 kilometers of route on standard gauge, with 122 stations in operation, spread across six lines set in a circle-radial topology and with an average daily ridership of 3.384 million in 2019.

The network is expected to double to a total length of almost 400 kilometers by 2040 as a result of ongoing expansion works to its six existing lines and the construction of three new lines.

The network is complemented by a small number of local Light Rail Transit (LRT) networks in the suburban towns of Bukit Panjang, Sengkang, and Punggol that link MRT stations with HDB public housing estates, bringing the combined length of the domestic heavy and light rail network to 231.6 kilometers, with a total of 159 stations in operation.

The Circle MRT Line (CCL) runs a currently incomplete loop from Dhoby Ghaut station in the city area of Singapore to HarbourFront station in the south via Bishan station in Central Singapore.

It also has a branch to Marina Bay station from Promenade station, which will be extended to Harbourfront station in the future to form a complete loop. Coloured orange on the rail map, the fully-underground line is 35.5 kilometres long with 30 stations. Travelling from one end of the line to the other takes about an hour.

CC1 | NS24 | NE6 Dhoby Ghaut
CC2 Bras Basah
CC3 Esplanade
CC4 | DT15 Promenade
CC5 Nicoll Highway
CC6 Stadium
CC7 Mountbatten
CC8 Dakota
CC9 | EW8 Paya Lebar
CC10 | DT26 MacPherson
CC11 Tai Seng
CC12 Bartley
CC13 | NE12 Serangoon
CC14 Lorong Chuan
CC15 | NS17 Bishan
CC16 Marymount
CC17 | TE9 Caldecott
CC18 Bukit Brown
CC19  DT9 Botanic Gardens
CC20 Farrer Road
CC21 Holland Village
CC22 | EW21 Buona Vista
CC23 one-north
CC24 Kent Ridge
CC25 Haw Par Villa
CC26 Pasir Panjang
CC27 Labrador Park
CC28 Telok Blangah
CC29  NE1 HarbourFront

The Cross Island Line (CRL) is currently under planning and will be the eighth MRT line when built. The line will be colored lime on the rail map.

When completed, the line will begin in Changi, passing through Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Timah, Clementi, West Coast before terminating at Jurong Industrial Estate. The eastern leg of the line includes a segment that branches out from Pasir Ris and extends into Punggol.

Names stated are working names, except for current operational stations.
CR2 Aviation Park
CR3 Loyang
CR4 Pasir Ris East
CR5 | EW1 | CP1 Pasir Ris
CR6 Tampines North
CR7 Defu
CR8 | NE14 Hougang
CR9 Serangoon North
CR10 Tavistock
CR11  NS16 Ang Mo Kio
CR12 Teck Ghee
CR13 | TE7 Bright Hill
CP1 | EW1 | CR5 Pasir Ris
CP2 Elias
PE4 = CP3 Riviera
CP4  NE17  PTC Punggol

The Downtown Line (DTL) currently runs from Bukit Panjang station in the north-west to Expo station in the east via the Central Area.

Coloured blue on the rail map, the line serves 34 stations, all of which are underground. The DTL is the fifth MRT line on the network to be opened and the third line to be entirely underground.

The line is set to be further extended in the near future. An extension of the line to Sungei Bedok, is under construction and is scheduled to begin operations in 2024, while a new infill station, Hume station, is planned to open in 2025.

An extension to connect with the North-South line at Sungei Kadut station is also being planned and set to open in the 2030s. When fully completed in 2024, the line will be about 44 kilometres long with 36 stations and will serve more than half a million commuters daily.

DT–  NS6 Sungei Kadut
T1 = BP6 Bukit Panjang
DT2 Cashew
DT3 Hillview
DT4 Hume
DT5 Beauty World
DT6 King Albert Park
DT7 Sixth Avenue
DT8 Tan Kah Kee
DT9 | CC19 Botanic Gardens
DT10 | TE11 Stevens
DT11 = NS21 Newton
DT12 | NE7 Little India
DT13 Rochor
DT14 | EW12 Bugis
DT15 | CC4 Promenade
DT16 | CE1 Bayfront
DT17 Downtown
DT18 Telok Ayer
DT19 | NE4 Chinatown
DT20 Fort Canning
DT21 Bencoolen
DT22 Jalan Besar
DT23 Bendemeer
DT24 Geylang Bahru
DT25 Mattar
DT26 | CC10 MacPherson
DT27 Ubi
DT28 Kaki Bukit
DT29 Bedok North
DT30 Bedok Reservoir
DT31 Tampines West
DT32 | EW2 Tampines
DT33 Tampines East
DT34 Upper Changi
DT35 | CG1 Expo
DT36 | Xilin
DT37 | TE31 Sungei Bedok

The East West Line (EWL) is running from Pasir Ris station in the east to Tuas Link station in the west, with an additional branch between Changi Airport and Tanah Merah stations.

It is the second Mass Rapid Transit line to be built in Singapore. The 57.2 kilometres line is the longest on the MRT network, with 35 stations, 8 of which (from Lavender to Tiong Bahru and Changi Airport stations) are underground. The line is coloured green on the rail map.

EW1 | CR5 | CP1 Pasir Ris
EW2 | DT32 Tampines
EW3 Simei
EW4 | CG  Tanah Merah
EW5 Bedok
EW6 Kembangan
EW7 Eunos
EW8 | CC9 Paya Lebar
EW9 Aljunied
EW10 Kallang
EW11 Lavender
EW12 | DT14 Bugis
EW13 | NS25 City Hall
EW14 | NS26 Raffles Place
EW15 Tanjong Pagar
EW16 | NE3 | TE17 Outram Park
EW17  Tiong Bahru
EW18 Redhill
EW19 Queenstown
EW20 Commonwealth
EW21 | CC22 Buona Vista
EW22 Dover
EW23 Clementi
EW24 | NS1 | JE5 Jurong East
EW25 Chinese Garden
EW26 Lakeside
EW27 | JS8 Boon Lay
EW28 Pioneer
EW29 Joo Koon
EW30 Gul Circle
EW31 Tuas Crescent
EW32 Tuas West Road
EW33 Tuas Link
CG1 | DT35 Expo
CG2 Changi Airport

The Jurong Region Line (JRL) is an elevated MRT line which will open in 2026 to serve the western part of Singapore.

It reaches north to Choa Chu Kang, south to Jurong Pier, west to Peng Kang Hill and east to Pandan Reservoir and will be the seventh MRT line. The line is coloured turquoise on the rail map.

The Jurong Region Line is the first MRT line to be built fully elevated with no underground or ground level sections.

JS1 | NS4 | BP1 Choa Chu Kang
JS2 Choa Chu Kang West
JS3 Tengah
JS4 Hong Kah
JS5 Corporation
JS6 Jurong West
JS7 Bahar Junction
JS8  EW27 Boon Lay
JW1 Gek Poh
JW2 Tawas
JE1 Tengah Plantation
JE2 Tengah Park
JE3 Bukit Batok West
JE4 Toh Guan
JE5 | NS1 | EW24 Jurong East
JE6 Jurong Town Hall
JE7 Pandan Reservoir
JS9 Enterprise
JS10 Tukang
JS11 Jurong Hill
JS12 Jurong Pier
JW3 Nanyang Gateway
JW4 Nanyang Crescent
JW5 Peng Kang Hill

The North East Line (NEL) is the shortest MRT line in Singapore. It is a high-capacity line and runs from HarbourFront in the south-west to Punggolin the north-east.

It is currently 19.2 kilometres long with 16 stations and a full journey from one end to the other takes 33 minutes. The line is coloured purple on the rail map.

It is the first MRT line in the network to use fully automated and driverless trains and is also the world’s first fully underground and high-capacity driverless rapid transit line to use conventional steel-wheel technology.

The North East Line is also the first line to feature Art in Transit across all 16 stations and full Wireless@SG coverage in all 16 stations. It is also the first MRT line to run entirely underground.

Currently under construction is the North East line extension, a 2-kilometre extension of the line from Punggol through Punggol North including the new Punggol Downtown which will open in 2023. The single station extension will span 1.6 kilometres and will serve the future Punggol North area, along with the planned “creative cluster and learning corridor” in Punggol.

NE1 | CC29 HarbourFront
NE3 | EW16 | TE17 Outram Park
NE4  DT19 Chinatown
NE5 Clarke Quay
NE6 | NS24 | CC1 Dhoby Ghaut
NE7 | DT12 Little India
NE8 Farrer Park
NE9 Boon Keng
NE10 Potong Pasir
NE11 Woodleigh
NE12 | CC13 Serangoon
NE13 Kovan
NE14 | CR8 Hougang
NE15 Buangkok
NE16 | STC Sengkang
NE17 | PTC | CP4 Punggol
NE18 Punggol Coast

The North South Line (NSL) is coloured red on the rail map, is 45 kilometres long and serves 27 stations, 11 of which, between the Bishan and Marina South Pier stations, are underground.

It runs from Jurong East station, located in western Singapore, to Marina South Pier station in the Central Area, via Woodlands station in northern Singapore. The line operates for 19 hours a day (from approximately 5:30 am to around midnight), with headways of up to 3 minutes during peak hours and 7 minutes during off-peak hours.

It is the first MRT line to be built in Singapore, with the first section from Yio Chu Kang station to Toa Payoh station beginning service on 7 November 1987, followed by an extension southwards to Raffles Place station on 12 December the same year and northwards to Yishun station on 20 December 1988. After the southern extension to Marina Bay station on 4 November 1989, the North South line was formed and split from the East West line. In the 1990s, the line extended to the north and west connecting to the Branch line via Woodlands through the Woodlands line extension.

Two more infill stations (Brickland and Sungei Kadut stations) on the line are being planned and are set to be opened in the 2030s.

NS1 | EW24 | JE5 Jurong East
NS2 Bukit Batok
NS3 Bukit Gombak
NS3A Brickland
NS4 | BP1 | JS1 Choa Chu Kang
NS5 Yew Tee
NS6 | DT– Sungei Kadut
NS7 Kranji
NS8 Marsiling
NS9 | TE2 Woodlands
NS10 Admiralty
NS11 Sembawang
NS12 Canberra
NS13 Yishun
NS14 Khatib
NS15 Yio Chu Kang
NS16 | CR11 Ang Mo Kio
NS17 | CC15 Bishan
NS18 Braddell
NS19 Toa Payoh
NS20 Novena
NS21 = DT11 Newton
NS22 | TE14 Orchard
NS23 Somerset
NS24 | NE6 | CC1 Dhoby Ghaut
NS25 | EW13 City Hall
NS26 | EW14 Raffles Place
NS27 | CE2 | TE20 Marina Bay
NS28 Marina South Pier

The Thomson–East Coast Line (TEL) is coloured brown on the rail map, it is fully underground serving 32 stations over 43 kilometres in length, and will be among the world’s longest driverless rapid transit lines.

It will run along a combined north-south and east-west corridor, starting in the north at Woodlands town, passing through Upper Thomson and the towns of Ang Mo Kio and Bishan, before heading south to Orchard and Marina Bay, then running eastwards along the east coast through Kallang, Marine Parade and Bedok South, before ending at Upper East Coast.

Thomson–East Coast Line will be extended to Changi Airport Terminal 5, which will start construction in 2020, and Changi Airport.The stretch of rail network between Tanah Merah and Changi Airport on the East West line will be converted to form part of the extension. The extension is expected to begin construction after 2022, with train services commencing by 2040.

TE1  RTS Woodlands North
TE2  NS9 Woodlands
TE3 Woodlands South
TE4 Springleaf
TE5 Lentor
TE6 Mayflower
TE7 | CR13 Bright Hill
TE8 Upper Thomson
TE9 | CC17 Caldecott
TE10 Mount Pleasant
TE11 | DT10 Stevens
TE12 Napier
TE13 Orchard Boulevard
TE14 | NS22 Orchard
TE15 Great World
TE16 Havelock
TE17 | EW16 | NE3 Outram Park
TE18 Maxwell
TE19 Shenton Way
TE20 | NS27 | CE2 Marina Bay
TE21 Marina South
TE22 Gardens by the Bay
TE22A Founders’ Memorial[26]
TE23 Tanjong Rhu
TE24 Katong Park
TE25 Tanjong Katong
TE26 Marine Parade
TE27 Marine Terrace
TE28 Siglap
TE29 Bayshore
TE30 Bedok South
TE31 | DT37 Sungei Bedok
TE32 | CR1 Changi Airport Terminal 5
CG2 | TE33  (from 2040) Changi Airport
CG1 | DT35 | TE34 | DT35  (from 2040) Expo
CG  | EW4  | TE35 | EW4  (from 2040) Tanah Merah

The Bukit Panjang LRT Line (BPLRT) is 7.6-kilometre and serves 13 stations in the neighbourhood of Bukit Panjang and Choa Chu Kang.

There are two services on the line: A and B terminate at Choa Chu Kang.

Currently Operational

A: Choa Chu Kang – Senja
Senja to Petir | Clockwise direction Operates during peak hours (Weekdays) only
B: Choa Chu Kang – Petir
Petir to Senja | Anti-clockwise direction

BP1 | NS4 | JS1 Choa Chu Kang
BP2 South View
BP3 Keat Hong
BP4 Teck Whye
BP5 Phoenix
BP6 | DT1 Bukit Panjang
BP7 Petir
BP8 Pending
BP9 Bangkit
BP10 Fajar
BP11 Segar
BP12 Jelapang
BP13 Senja

The Punggol LRT Line connects the residential districts and suburbs of Punggol to Punggol Town Centre, where it connects with the North East MRT line and the Punggol Bus Interchange.

The first phase is a 10.3-kilometre line with 15 stations in two loops.

There are four services in total, with two services on each loop.

A: Punggol – Soo Teck | West Loop
Soo Teck to Sam Kee, clockwise direction
B: Punggol – Cove | East Loop
Cove to Damai, anti-clockwise direction
C: Punggol – Damai | East Loop
Damai to Cove, clockwise direction
D: Punggol – Sam Kee | West Loop
Sam Kee to Soo Teck, anti-clockwise direction

PTC | NE17  | CP4 Punggol


PE1 Cove
PE2 Meridian
PE3 Coral Edge
PE4 = CP3 Riviera
PE5 Kadaloor
PE6 Oasis
PE7 Damai


PW1 Sam Kee
PW2 Teck Lee (Not in operation)
PW3 Punggol Point
PW4 Samudera
PW5 Nibong
PW6 Sumang
PW7 Soo Teck

The Sengkang LRT Line connects the residential districts and suburbs of Sengkang to Sengkang Town Centre, where it connects with the North East MRT line, Sengkang Bus Interchange, Compass One and Compassvale Bus Interchange.

It is the second line of the LRT system in Singapore and is 10.7-kilometre long

There are four services in total, with two on each loop.

A: Sengkang – Renjong | West Loop
Renjong to Cheng Lim, clockwise direction
B: Sengkang – Cheng Lim | West Loop
Cheng Lim to Renjong, anti-clockwise direction
C: Sengkang – Compassvale | East Loop
Compassvale to Ranggung, clockwise direction
D: Sengkang – Ranggung | East Loop
Ranggung to Compassvale, anti-clockwise direction

STC | NE16 Sengkang


SE1 Compassvale
SE2 Rumbia
SE3 Bakau
SE4 Kangkar
SE5 Ranggung


SW1 Cheng Lim
SW2 Farmway
SW3 Kupang
SW4 Thanggam
SW5 Fernvale
SW6 Layar
SW7 Tongkang
SW8 Renjong

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