Bedok Integrated Transport Hub opens 30 Nov

Muneerah 14 Nov 2014

Bedok residents can look forward to a new transport facility soon.

The new Bedok Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) will begin operations on 30 November 2014, and the temporary Bedok bus interchange will close on the same day.

The air-conditioned ITH links the bus interchange and Bedok MRT Station. The 1.6 hectare interchange is one of the larger bus interchanges in Singapore, and also has 400 square meters of commercial space. In addition, it is connected to Bedok Mall for the convenience of commuters. Residents of the upcoming development, Bedok Residences, and several HDB estates around Bedok North will benefit from the proximity to the ITH.

The bus interchange will have 10 boarding and five alighting berths to serve 29 bus services. Passengers in wheelchair can experience easier boarding with dedicated boarding points and graduated kerb edges, along with barrier-free facilities.

With its green features such as energy efficient lighting for the concourse, and LED lighting for the driveway and bus park area, the new Bedok ITH is Singapore’s first ITH to achieve the Building and Construction Authority’s (BCA) Green Mark Platinum Award.

The Bedok ITH is the seventh ITH where the bus interchange and MRT station are linked with adjoining commercial developments.

Image (by LTA): Artist Impression of Bedok ITH


Muneerah Bee, Senior Journalist at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email


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