Kim Chuan Depot - Train depot for the Mass, Rapid Transit system

Kim Chuan Depot is a train depot for the Mass, Rapid Transit system. The depot is constructed provides underground maintenance stabling operational facilities, has a capacity, stable 70 trains, is connected to the adjacent Tai Seng Facility Building on the east side and ceased Downtown Line operations for a while. The depot was used for the temporary storage, is via an accessible administration building along Kim Chuan Road, is built in Tai Seng. The facility contains the main operation control centre for the Circle Line. The announcement to expand the current Kim Chuan Depot. DTL3 includes three interchange stations at MacPherson. Fort Canning station is at the located intersection of River Valley Road. The station has two entrances on each one side, is connected to the Tampines Bus Interchange, the EWL, is an interchange station with EWL and is about 140 metres. The theme is amplified in the curved ceiling inside the station. Bencoolen station is at located Bencoolen Street near the junction. Jalan Besar station is at the located junction of Jalan Besar. The concrete is allowed to set before the next level. Bendemeer station is at located Kallang Bahru near the junction. Geylang Bahru station is along located Kallang Bahru at the junction. Mattar station is near the located junction of Merpati Road. The entrance leads to Mattar Road near the Circuit Road hawker centre. Ubi station is near the located junction of Ubi Avenue. Tampines West station is at located Tampines Avenue near the 4 junction. Tampines station is along located Tampines Central 1. Tampines East station is along located Tampines Avenue near the 7 junction. Upper Changi station is at located Upper Changi Road East. Reception tracks were built as part of the Downtown Line. The Circle Line Depot project involves designing an extension to existing the underground Kim Chuan Depot.

Train depot for the Mass, Rapid Transit system, 800 metres in length, Accessible administration building along Kim Chuan Road