Woodlands residents who now live farther away from the present Woodlands MRT Station on the North-South lineup could have the ability to cut their travel into city by half when the Thomson-East Coast Lines is complete.
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The Woodlands North and South Stations will probably be prepared by the end of the month. These 2 channels, with the Woodlands channel which will connect these two stops will start on Jan 31.
The travel from Woodlands to city could be trimmed by half using TEL
The 3 channels — Woodlands, Woodlands North and Woodlands South belong into the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) and will be the first 3 channels of the new lineup to start to the general public. These new channels may alleviate the congestion problems at the Woodlands channel particularly during the morning peak hour.
For many residents, travelling out of their houses to orchard used to take one hour or even more as it is composed of linking bus rides into the Woodlands channel. Together with the Woodlands North and Woodlands South channels, they could have the ability to connect right into the Woodlands MRT station on the North-West line.
These 2 channels will even serve residents residing in the HDB blocks farther away in the Woodlands interchange channel. They’re Also surrounded by several schools like the Singapore Sports School, Christ Church Secondary School, Innova Main School and also Woodgrove Secondary School which are close to the Woodlands South MRT station; and Republic Polytechnic close to the Woodlands North MRT station.
TEL will help the growth of Woodlands within an economical hub
Since the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) functions to grow the Woodlands Regional Centre to the biggest economic hub in the North, the newest TEL line may also reap a number of the inhabitants and land investors . It might possibly serve roughly 1 million commuters daily.