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Cross Island Line (CRL) / North Shore Line Discussion
it could be for the deep sewage network (DTSS)...
it looked a bit far to be a reception track to the Tuas Depot....

In the new Era of transport, nothing has changed, at least visibly. Disruption still a regular, and perhaps the bus is slow and safe...
(25 November 2016, 11:11 PM)xavier2002 Wrote:   Show/Hide

Supposedly, Cross Island Line will interchange with Gul Circle station. There is nothing wrong with the SIW locations if we assume that the CRL enters from Gul Circle (Road).
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Oh, so the CRL terminates at Gul Circle? Initially thought it will terminate at Tuas Crescent at first. Now the locations of SIW make more sense.
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Blue Points - SIW
Green Line - TWE
Blue Line - Proposed CRL alignment
Err... most likely that one is for High Speed Rail... not cross island line. 

With Tuas West MRT stations in the area, don't think there's a need for another MRT line here...
(28 November 2016, 07:40 PM)busanalyser Wrote:   Show/Hide

There already stated on previous post here said:  "Soil Investigation Works for Future Projects from Tuas to Changi". HSR line is only till Jurong, didn't go all the way to Changi.
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The western depot for CRL will be at current Raffles Country Club.

The eastern depot for CRL will be at right side of land occupied by future Changi Airport T5.

TYPSA, in Joint Venture with the Singaporean firm Surbana Jurong, was appointed by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) to prepare the electromechanical engineering designs for the depot which will serve the 35.5-kilometre-long Eastern Leg of the line. This new depot, which will manage 8-car trains, is located next to the airport.


Here is the Pedestrian Simulation for CRL.

Express services will not happened on Cross Island Line.

This is a good move by the government which takes into consideration the economic and technical factors, and optimises the use of public resources.
^ CRL will have an estimated 30+ stations so, station spacing will be roughly the same as EWL.
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