Bedok Bus Interchange is an ITH that serves residential areas around Bedok, Tanah Merah, and other nearby districts. This 7th air-conditioned bus interchange was built to accommodate commuters in the area with ease and convenience. Indeed Bedok Integrated Transport Hub comes after Toa Payoh, Sengkang, Ang Mo Kio, Boon Lay, Serangoon, and Clementi in terms of ITH construction in Singapore. Furthermore it has about 30 bus lines which is on average twice more than the average bus interchange.
The bus interchange has 56 angled parking lots for regular 12-meter buses, and an additional 2 parallel parking bendy bus lots. It also features queue lanes at every berth to make the waiting process easier on commuters who are unable to stand in line while carrying their bags or strollers. The air-conditioned passenger concourse opens only when a bus reaches its specific bay so that passengers can get out of the heat quickly after any long journey they might have had before arriving here.
It’s been a few years since Bedok MRT station opened, and with it came the Bedok Interchange point. The bus interchange is located near the junction of Upper East Coast Road and New Upper Changi Road, next to the Bedok Reservoir Park. It’s a great location for businesses to set up shop because of its proximity to public transport options as well as neighboring residential areas.
The integrated transport hub means that if you rent out a space here, your customers will be able to find alternative transportation options close by should their usual mode of transportation fail them or become too expensive during peak hours. This is an important consideration for those who want their business to have longevity in Singapore’s ever-changing landscape!
Therefore people tend to stay longer inside which benefits a lot the retailers.
Having an air-conditioned bus interchange is a game-changer for Singapore’s retailers especially inside Bedok Bus Interchange as it makes their stores the ideal alternative to the heat and humidity outside.
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