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Two C151A trains
Two C151A trains passing by each other along the East-West Line
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View of Expo DTL platforms
Interior of Expo Station on the Downtown Line
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Concourse Level of NS10 Admiralty Station
Admiralty Station Concourse
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Bencoolen MRT Escalators
Escalator of the Mezzaine Level of Bencoolen Station
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Artwork at Marina South Pier MRT
The artwork at Marina South Pier MRT consists of over 27K former EZ-Link cards


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A C151 Train near Jurong East Station
A C151 Train on the North-South Line

Today's featured article

Siemens C651

The Siemens C651, more commonly known as the C651, is the second generation of rolling stock to run on the North-South and East-West Lines. It is the only train with the 1st generation livery as the older model (the C151) had been repainted to black, and subsequent models (C751B onwards) were delivered or are being delivered with newer liveries. Due to the GTO-VVVF propulsion system, the train produces a melodious sound whenever it arrives at or departs a station.

C651 near Ang Mo Kio Station
A C651 train

Travel advisories today

No train service between Yishun and Woodlands today due to track works. Please board shuttle 10 bus service (usual fares applies) to travel through the affected sector. Alternatively, you may seek alternative modes of transport. For more information regarding other train lines, check out the alerts section.

Shuttle 10 buses in action
Take the shuttle bus 10 to continue your journey. © Land Transport Guru