The Singapore MRT Evolution – 1980s to 2030s
Information is updated as of October 2013.
“The Singapore MRT Evolution – 1980s to 2030s” is a video showing the planning stages of the Singapore MRT network from its initial idea to the latest plans. Watch the video to see how did the Singapore authorities plan the MRT network and see how it changes year after year!
☞ Bukit Timah Line (now known as Downtown Line Stage 2) was also announced earlier on Oct 18, 2001.
☞ Changi Airport station was opened on 8 Feb 2002, not 18 Oct 2001..
☞ Nicoll Highway collapse incident happened on 20 April 2004, not 20 Jan 2004.
☞ Land Transport Master Plan 2013 was announced on 17 Jan 2013, not 17 Oct 2013.
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DEFINITION: Planned Event
The event was planned by the Land Transport Authority and are subjected to changes if any.
DEFINITION: Predicted Event
The event was predicted by the creator, using the general rule that any opening event are preceded by approximately six years of construction. Predicted events may not be accurate and does not reflect the official views of any Singapore authorities, including the Land Transport Authority and the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
This video is purely for educational and/or entertainment purposes.
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