North East Line platform
HarbourFront MRT Station (NE1/CC29) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) interchange station between the North East Line and the future Circle Line in Singapore. It is located in the south of Singapore next to the HarbourFront Centre, previously known as the Singapore World Trade Centre. It currently serves as a terminal station of the North East MRT line and will serve as a terminal station for the Circle Line. It is currently operated by SBS Transit on the North East Line and will be operated by SMRT Corporation on the Circle Line.
HarbourFront Station is next to the HarbourFront Centre and VivoCity, and is connected to Sentosa by cable car. Buses to and from Sentosa do so from a bus interchange next to the station. The Sentosa Express monorail line to Sentosa is also be an interchange for this new line. Opened on January 15, 2007, Sentosa became more effectively linked with most of the towns of Singapore. The station also provides public transport to the prominent tourist destination of Mount Faber, of which HarbourFront lies in its shadow, and lies within the Bukit Merah planning area.
HarbourFront station opened on 20 June 2003 with the rest of the North East Line. The week after VivoCity opened, weekend passenger traffic had doubled to more than 60,000 passengers each day, surpassing Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, formerly the busiest station on the North East Line. Due to the sudden jump in passenger traffic, the number of faregates facing the linkway to VivoCity had been increased by 2 from 7.
The interior of the station features the artwork Enigmatic Appearances by Ian Woo. The station is one of 4 stations featured in the Uniquely Singapore edition of Monopoly.
When the Circle Line commences passenger service, HarbourFront station will be the only station in Singapore that serves as the terminal station for 2 lines. Marina Bay station, terminal for the future Circle Line, will cease as the terminal for the North South Line when Marina Pier station opens.
HarbourFront MRT station is currently the only MRT station in Singapore that has trains using the crossover that is beyond the station to crossover to the opposite platform. The crossover is operational during the morning and evening peak hours. It is also one of two stations having only a single platform (Platform A) used for terminating trains, the other one is Marymount.
|L1||Street Level||VivoCity, Harbourfront Centre, HarbourFront Bus Interchange, Bus Stops|
|B1||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control, Transitlink Counter|
|Platform A||North East Line towards NE17 Punggol (←)|
|Platform B||North East Line towards NE17 Punggol (←)|
When the Circle Line commences passenger service, passengers alighting from the trains at the North East Line platforms need only proceed up the escalators to the Concourse Level and down another set of escalators, located where the existing general ticketing machines are, to transfer to the Circle Line, although the Circle Line and North East Line platforms are located technically on the same level. HarbourFront will replace Marymount MRT Station as a Terminal in 2011.
- A: HarbourFront Bus Interchange
- B: HarbourFront Centre, Singapore Cruise Centre
- C: VivoCity (Level 1)
- D: Telok Blangah Road
- E: VivoCity (Basement 2)
- F: Sentosa Express (Waterfront Station)
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon - Sat|| Sunday &|
|North East Line|
|to NE17 Punggol||6.00am||6.20am||11.55pm|
|to CC1 Dhoby Ghaut||-||-||-|
Platform A of the North East Line and platform B of the Circle Line are sometimes used to park trains.
The following bus services will be available at HarbourFront Bus Interchange and the following bus services pass by the bus stops along Telok Blangah Road: