Serangoon is well connected to the rest of the island, no matter your preferred mode of transport. The CTE forms the western boundary of the region, and the SLE, TPE, KPE and PIE are all nearby and readily accessible. ERP gantries are on the southbound CTE just before the Braddell Road exit, and the interchange with the PIE.
There is a good number of bus routes that serve Serangoon, both to allow residents to move around the area itself, but also to give access to and from other parts of the island. Serangoon bus interchange is located at Nex, along with Serangoon MRT station.
There are two MRT stations in the area, Lorong Chuan on the Circle Line, and Serangoon on both the Circle and North-East Line. This gives direct access to all points of the compass within Singapore, good for residents commuting to work as well for people coming into the area.
Construction work on Phase 1 of the highly-anticipated Cross Island Line (CRL) is also expected to commence next year, with an MRT station in Serangoon North. CRL’s first phase, which will span 29 kilometres from Changi’s Aviation Park to Bright Hill in Bishan, is expected to benefit over 100,000 households and reduce travel time by 50 to 70 minutes.
MRT Stations in Serangoon
Cycling enthusiasts, or anyone wanting to enjoy the fresh air in the great outdoors can access the North East Riverine Loop at the northeast of the region. This leads to the Sungei Serangoon Park Connector and then on to Punggol.
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Paya Lebar offers good connectivity to those living and working in the area. With Paya Lebar MRT interchange offering direct connections to the Circle and East This makes it easier to get to other parts of the island. As such buying a home in Paya Lebar seems like a wise choice as property values are expected to increase.
Whether by foot, public transportation or by car, those living and working in Paya Lebar will enjoy utmost convenience as the area is accessible by major expressways – PIE and the ECP – as well as major roads like Sims Avenue, Paya Lebar Road and Changi Road.
For those who rely on public transportation, there is the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange station, which offers a direct connection to stations on both the Circle Line and East West Line.
Getting around Paya Lebar Central itself will be a breeze for pedestrians with the addition of more connected covered walkways, underground walkways and overhead bridges. The walk along Geylang Road will also be more exciting with outdoor kiosks and delicious aromas wafting from cafes.