Getting around in Sengkang
A new town’s main vein is its transport network and connectivity. Sengkang has developed rapidly with more improvements and enhancements coming. Here’s how you can travel to and from Sengkang.
Sengkang MRT, Sengkang LRT & bus interchange
MRT operations began as of 20th June 2003, connecting Sengkang with the NEL (North-east line). Sengkang’s LRT systems opened in January of that year. In addition, Sengkang Station shares the complex with the Sengkang Bus Interchange.
The NEL is connected to six MRT interchanges; Serangoon (to Circle Line), Little India (to Downtown Line), Dhoby Gaut (to North-south & Circle Lines), Chinatown (to Downtown Line), Outram Park (to East-West Line) and Harbourfront (to Circle Line).
Orchard Road and the other central areas are around a 45-minute train ride away.
Buangkok MRT station
It is situated one stop from Sengkang MRT. There are plans to develop an integrated complex on the field next to Buangkok MRT. This is projected to house residential units, commercial spaces and a bus interchange.
Tampines Expressway (TPE)
The TPE separates Sengkang and Punggol New Towns. It is accessible from Sengkang East Road, Punggol Road and Sengkang East Drive through several arterial roads. From the TPE, you can go further west, towards the SLE (Seletar Expressway) in the direction of Mandai and Yishun, or east, toward the PIE (Pan-Island Expressway) and in the direction of Changi and East Coast.
Search for properties for sale near future MRT stations on the Cross Island Line.