So, you’re going for a Chinese New Year eve countdown, and are wondering if all the public transport operators provide any extended train and bus services on CNY 2020 eve.
Well, good news and bad news.
Good news because there are indeed extended train and bus services on CNY 2020 eve.
Bad news because due to the number of new bus companies, it might be a tad difficult to check if there is indeed public transport that’ll stop right at the bus stop nearest to your house.
Which is why we here at Goody Feed is here to be an enemy of private hire drivers / taxis and save your wallets during 2020 CNY Eve, because we’ve gone through all the announcements by all public transport companies and list them down in an easy-to-digest format, because that’s what we do best.
But if you just want a short answer, then yes: there will be extended hours. It’s just a matter of when.
Useful Guide to the Extended Train & Bus Services on CNY 2020 Eve
Today (17 January 2020), all the public transport companies in Singapore released their extended hours schedule during CNY Eve.
So, how do you use this guide?
Just find the MRT line you’re taking below, and then find the bus that you’d be taking home after that. We’ve listed down all the areas in the headings as well.
Now, let’ look at the train schedules first.
Guide to Extended MRT Services on CNY 2020 Eve
There are only two MRT operators in Singapore, and here’s SMRT’s extended schedule (Red, Green and Yellow lines), which you have to agak agak calculate when the last train would come in on your station:
Here’s SBS Transit’s extended schedule (Purple and Blue line) which has the exact timing so you won’t need to agak agak:
Guide to Extended Bus Services on CNY 2020 Eve
Feeder buses for individual MRT stations have extended their hours to match with the last train.
But if you’re one who takes a trunk service (those buses that go from Mars to Jupiter) instead of a feeder bus to your house from your nearest MRT station, then you might want to check what feeder bus you should take first.
Because there are now four bus operators in Singapore, the first thing you’d need to know is to check which operator goes to your house, and from there, check the timings below.
For a start, here’s SBS Transit’s extended schedule (Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, Bishan, Boon Lay, Eunos, Hougang, Serangoon, Tampines, Toa Payoh and Yishun):
Here’s SMRT’s extended schedule (Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Sembawang and Woodlands):
Here’s Tower Transit’s extended schedule (Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Clementi, Jurong East and Bukit Batok):
And finally, Go Ahead’s extended schedule (Pasir Ris and Punggol):
Goody, isn’t it?
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