Circle Line 6 - Closing the Loop

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Source: https://www.lta.gov.sg/content/ltagov/en/upcoming_projects/rail_expansion/circle_line_6.html

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Circle Line 6 Closing the Loop System of Circle Line 6 Anticipate even more direct routes to the Central Business District, Marina Bay and the HarbourFront area. The Circle Line 6 (CCL6) extension will add three stations between HarbourFront and Marina Bay MRT stations, closing the loop for CCL. The stations are: Keppel, Cantonment and Prince Edward Road. The whole CCL will link to any or all existing train lines and shorten travel time, while also giving commuters more alternative routes that bypass the busy interchanges at City Hall and Raffles Place. This provides the total quantity of CCL stations to 33, including 12 interchange stations that connect with other MRT Lines. Latest Updates The alignment of the Circle Line 6 (CCL6) was announced in October 2015 and construction works for the three final stations in the southern section of Singapore commenced in April 2018 with the installation of earth retaining walls and stabilising structures for the station boxes, depot and tunnels is progressing smoothly. Thereafter, excavation works are anticipated to commence in mid-2019. In May 2017, public was invited to submit suggestions for the naming of the six CCL stations. About 1,950 participants subsequently voted in a public polling exercise. The finalised station names are “Keppel”, “Cantonment” and “Prince Edward Road&rdquo ;.Location of Stations Keppel MRT station footprint Keppel Cantonment MRT station footprint Cantonment Prince Edward MRT station footprint Prince Edward Road Key Facts No. of stations icon Quantity of stations 3 Length of rail line icon Length of line 4km Expected project completion icon Expected completion 2025 An overall total of 11 new Circle Line trains will be added to cater for extra convenience of the CCL6 operations in 2025. This increases the existing CCL fleet by 17 per cent from 64 to 75 trains. Manufactured and assembled in Spain, the new trains could have the next features: Condition Monitoring System where the device gathers data from equipment on the trains, to enable continuous monitoring of the health of the gear and for predictive maintenance for the trains; Automatic Track Inspection (AIT) System where the machine enables monitoring of the running rails, track equipment and sleepers, identifies components that require maintenance and supplements existing track inspection activities; Current Collector Shoe Dislodgement Detection where current collector shoes will soon be equipped with sensors to enable the operator to react promptly and take necessary measures if any dislodgement is detected. Did You Know? Did you know icon CCL6 will be built-in areas which are fairly dense and near heritage sites. As such, special efforts are now being made to ensure the works do not affect buildings with historical and architectural significance. Cantonment MRT station has been sensitively integrated with the old Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (which is gazetted as a national monument). To facilitate construction, several areas of the former railway station’s train platforms is likely to be removed. LTA and the Urban Redevelopment Authority are seeking advice from the heritage consultant and members of the heritage community on possible solutions for the affected platforms. To cater for future needs, Kim Chuan Depot is likely to be expanded to almost double its capacity from 70 to 133 trains. The integrated depot will house 550 buses, that will allow us to optimise land use. The depot will undoubtedly be completed at the same time frame as CCL6 in 2025. News Releases Fact Sheet: Circle Line 6 Construction to go into Full Swing Joint release by the LTA & Singapore Land Authority – Circle Line 6 – being a full circle Land Transport Authority

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