Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded two civil contracts for the design and construction of King Albert Park and Clementi interchange stations as part of its Cross Island Line (CRL) Phase 2 project.
The contract for the design and construction of King Albert Park station was awarded to China Communications Construction Company Limited (Singapore Branch) at a value of around 447 million SGD (269 million GBP).
Meanwhile, the contract for Clementi station, valued at around 514 million SGD (310 million GBP) was awarded to a joint venture comprised of China Communications Construction Company Limited (Singapore Branch) and Sinohydro Corporation Limited (Singapore Branch).
Construction work for the CRL King Albert Park and CRL Clementi stations is expected to commence in the first quarter of 2024. Passenger service for CRL Phase 2 is targeted for 2032.
Both of the new stations will be built in busy areas surrounded by residential, educational and commercial properties. To mitigate the impact of this work, the required traffic diversions will be implemented in phases.
As part of the project, work will also be carried out at King Albert Park station on the Downtown Line and Clementi station on the East-West Line to facilitate seamless transfers with the new CRL stations.
The CRL is Singapore’s eighth Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line. It is being constructed in three phases and will have a total length of over 50 kilometres.
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