The Jurong River runs through the eastern peninsula of Singapore and connects the mainland city to the nearby island of Borneo. The major attractions in this area are the Sentosa Island, its largest island and the national park of Pulau Ubin, an island of tropical forest and grassland. In fact, the area is a great place to holiday in for its natural wonders and beautiful scenery. However, the area is not without congestion as there are high speed rail links to the other regions nearby.
Development of four Jurong Region Line (JRL) MRT stations is set to start this quarter, announced Channel News Asia (CNA) refering to the Land Transport Authority (LTA). Two of the stations, situated inside the Jurong Town Corporation (JTC) mechanical region, are probably named Jurong Pier and Jurong Hill. The other two are Nanyang Crescent and Nanyang Gateway and are both arranged inside the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) territory. The four stations are scheduled for culmination by 2029.
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Located within the Central Business District of the city of Singapore, the Canninghill Piers Condo Singapore is a condominium property developed by the City Development Limited. The developer has made every effort to ensure that the condo is both functionally and aesthetically pleasing, in keeping with the already established local architectural traditions. Canninghill Piersoverall design of the condominium is largely based on traditional oriental designs, but the use of geometric patterns and the incorporation of modern elements of sustainable building has been utilized in the overall planning and design. Canninghill Piers use of cantilevered and skylights are common in the plans for the building, as are the prominent flat roofs and the use of terraces and balconies. The location of the condo on the ground level of the building provides easy access to the numerous public transportation systems that are available nearby.
Canninghill Piers Condo Singapore by City Development Limited is a freehold condominium development located right in the center of Orchard Road and luxury, just across the road from the Singapore River. The prime location is on Cuscaden Avenue, right next to Raffles Hotel Singapore. The development has been designed by award winning architect Arthur Hills. The design centre for Canninghill Piers is located at the corner of Orchard Road and Central Business Districts (CBDs). The building will have a new look. The developer is City Developments Limited CDL.
Currently, the rail service linking the east coast city of Singapore to the mainland is the LRT (downtown express rail) which runs on the left hand side. This train has three sets of doors, each of which can be opened and closed. The train will then drop down to a station near the edge of the Sentosa Island. A high speed rail link will connect the two areas by means of the bypass track between Bukit Timah and Malayang Suna.
The Bukit Timah Line is the train’s left platform. The train departs from the departure lounge at the edge of Sentosa Island and proceeds to the Bukit Timah ferry platform. There is a toll-free access to this platform, which allows passengers to pay for their ticket using a card. The terminal at Bukit Timah is also where the trains depart from and arrive at the final destination, namely, the Langkawi Island. The trains depart and arrive every hour.
Two common agreements, with a joined estimation of $526 million, were granted for the development of the stations and viaducts, said LTA. The principal contract was for the plan and development of Jurong Pier and Jurong Hill stations. It was granted to a joint endeavor between neighborhood organization SCB and China Civil Engineering Construction. With an estimation of $263 million, the agreement additionally incorporates the development of a viaduct estimating 1.1 km between the two stations at Jurong Pier Road.
The LRT train in turn travels to the Bukit Timah ferry station. It is then on its way to the West End and towards the cities of Singapore and Chercumoy. It travels along the northern part of the corridor and takes around an hour to go between the two destinations. One can continue onward to the terminus at the city center. The train station at Bukit Timah is one of the bus stations in the entire city, and this makes it very convenient for those who want to travel to and from the city.
The next train in the line is the Line 8, which is also known as the Silom-Malaysia Link. This train runs between the east coast express and the district centre. It can take about an hour to go between the two destinations. Like the Bukit Timah train, one can continue onward to the city center, from where one can visit many tourist attractions in the area. The Silom-Malaysia link has become one of the major transportation arteries linking the two cities in the area.
The third rail line that connects the east coast express with the Central Business District (CBD) is the Silom-urers’ Express. It runs along the north side of the corridor and goes to the Ann Siang Road. From there, it continues along the middle part of the corridor, which leads it to the city’s eastern edge. One can travel from here to the terminus outside of the city.
The subsequent agreement was esteemed at $263 million. Granted to Hwa Seng Builder, the agreement incorporates the plan and development of Nanyang Crescent and Nanyang Gateway stations just as a 1.4km viaduct between the two stations. The seventh MRT Line of Singapore, the JRL will serve five key areas in the west – specifically, Jurong East, Choa Chu Kang, Jurong Industrial Estate, Boon Lay/Jurong West and NTU.
Including 24 stations over the ground, the 24km line will interface with the East-West Line and North-South Line with exchange stations at Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and Jurong East MRT stations. It was initially scheduled to start activities in 2026, yet LTA said this could be deferred due “Coronavirus instigated factors” like materials supply disturbances and labor crunch.
“The changed rail fruition and opening timetables are being finished and updates will be given at the appropriate time,” it said as cited by CNA. LTA said the JRL will add more than 60,000 families inside a 10-minute stroll from a train station. What’s more, as key local locations like Tengah new town create over the long haul, LTA anticipates that more households should profit by the JRL later on. The culmination of the line will cut travel times inside the space. Going from Choa Chu Kang to NTU, for example, will be diminished to a short ways from one hour presently.
Other than these three major lines, there are also a few ferries and boats in the area. These can be used by travelers who wish to get into Singapore from the Jurong River. Another promising future development for the region is the extension of the current guideway system from the northern part of the region to the southern parts.
With so much development happening across the world, it is no surprise that Singapore is one of the first Asian countries to pioneer such an innovative system. One cannot but be encouraged by the pace at which the country is progressing. Even if the plan fails in some areas, there is always something new to try out. With the ongoing modernization of the region, there is no telling how far the country can progress. With its strong economy and progressive government, one can only expect this to grow further and become one of the best cities to live in the world.