View Poll Results: [Poll] Do you want NS12 to be built by 2015?

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  • Yes! I want it built! If you are Men in White! You better do it to get my vote!

    36 66.67%
  • No. I want to end my miserable life in Singapore, e.g. falling off congested MRT platforms.

    10 18.52%
  • Ehhh... Seriously, I don't care because I'm an elite and I stay in CCR like the President.

    8 14.81%
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Thread: [Poll] MRT NS12 - Do you want it built by 2015?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro888
    What is Masterplan ? Major lines are the main thing and will take donkey years to come. NS12 is just a dot. Anytime can announce & build.
    Yes you are right.. like Dover EW line. such station will do...

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    Singapore will double its rail network by 2030. Yahoo main page 17-1-2013

    As part of the Land Transport Masterplan 2013, two new MRT lines will be built and three existing lines will be extended. This will double the current rail network from 178 km to about 360 km.

    LTA said in a statement released on Thursday morning that it will build a major MRT line, the 50-km Cross Island Line (CRL), which will start from Changi and pass through Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio before reaching Sin Ming.

    [SEE SLIDESHOW: SINGAPORE'S MRT NETWORK IN 2030]

    Continuing westwards, it will serve areas such as Bukit Timah, Clementi, West Coast, and end at Jurong Industrial Estate.

    Targeted to be completed by 2030, it will also provide commuters with another alternative for East-West travel to the current East-West Line.

    In addition, it will connect to all the other major lines, complementing the existing Circle Line.

    Another 20-km Jurong Region Line (JRL) will serve residents of Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and future developments in the Tengah area.

    It will connect commuters to Jurong West areas and places such as NTU, the Jurong Industrial estate including Jurong Island, and the future Jurong Gateway.

    Expected to be completed by 2025, JRL will connect the Jurong region with the rest of Singapore. Commuters in the north will be also able to enter the Jurong area directly via the JRL, without having to interchange at the heavily-used Jurong East interchange.

    Expansion to existing lines

    Three existing lines -- the Circle Line (CCL), Downtown Line (DTL) and North-East Line (NEL) -- will also be extended.

    The CCL will close the link between HarbourFront and Marina Bay stations and save commuters the hassle of making multiple transfers. The extension, which will also pass through Keppel, is expected to be completed by 2025.

    The NEL will be extended northwards by one station to serve Punggol North including the new Punggol Downtown.

    The DTL will be two km longer by 2025 -- to run through the East Coast area. It will be connected to the East West Line and the Eastern Region Line, which will be ready by 2020, so that commuters can transfer between the Downtown Line and Eastern Region Line in the east.

    As for the NEL, two kilometres will be added by 2030 -- in tandem with new developments in Punggol -- to serve Punggol North, including the new Punggol Downtown.

    The Downtown Line, which now ends at Expo station, will be extended to the Eastern Region Line by 2025.

    The LTA is also studying the addition on the North-South Line between Yishun and Sembawang stations in anticipation of future developments in the area.

    LTA said it expects that by 2030, 8 in 10 households in Singapore will be within a 10-minute walk of a rail station.

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    faster faster start work, plan today and do it tomorrow, beh tahan liao..all residences near by, got hope liao.

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    Meaning will built or not?
    What a government!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbete
    Meaning will built or not?
    What a government!
    Yes, KNS...never mention about the additional station...still planning only!

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