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Toa Payoh Bus Interchange

About Toa Payoh Bus Interchange

Toa Payoh is a bus interchange located in the heart of Toa Payoh. It was first built and completed on 25 June 1980 by SBS Transit as part of its initial network before being replaced with an air-conditioned bus interchange, underneath Block 148 (the HDB Hub).

The current location of the Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) has been operating since 2016; it’s connecting the MRT with the North South Line, under the station named NS19 to many bus services around the island. The following bus services are available in the station : 8, 26, 28, 31, 73, 73T, 88, 90, 90A, 139, 139A, 141, 142, 142A, 143, 145, 155, 157, 159, 163, 230, 231, 232, 235, 238.

ITH serves commuters from various towns such as Ang Mo Kio, Bedok and Serangoon. Commuters like to use this interchange because there are around 25 services available and they can transfer between buses easily without going out into the scorching heat or rain! Further the shopping area is very dynamic thanks to the HDB Hub shopping center and of course the main HDB office

An ITH or Integrated Transport Hub serves as one-stop solution for various transport options under one roof that takes care of commuters’ transportation needs from start to end, all within designated zones – especially if they have long journeys ahead with transfers between MRT/LRT station(s), train lines, public buses etc., taxis area and private vehicles.

An ITH would be useful especially when the weather is hot or rainy, it helps to reduce your travel time by not having to run around under scorching heat or rain!

An A/C integrated transport hub can also increase footfall because of convenience and comfort – commuters don’t have to transfer in between modes of transportation at different bus stops, which may potentially cause delays due to congestion etc., while temperature-sensitive passengers do not need to go out into scorching sun or heavy rains just so they could catch their next mode of transportation that will take them closer towards their destinations.

This means more efficient use on resources like manpower (lesser people are needed) and less carbon emissions released into our beautiful Mother Earth!

The Toa Payoh Interchange has facilitated the operation of 7 feeder services over the years. Service 230 was initially withdrawn after looping at Lorong 8 Toa Payoh but was reintroduced in 2023, now looping at Kim Keat Ave. Service 231 underwent changes, initially looping at Braddel via various Lorongs, eventually merging into a single service when rerouted to Toa Payoh Lorong 5 in 2012. Service 232, initially looping at Lorong 2 Toa Payoh, merged with 237 to loop at Lorong 7 after amendments. Service 235’s loop at Lorong 3 Toa Payoh was modified to extend to Toa Payoh Rise in 2012. Services 237 and 239 experienced withdrawals, with 237 merging with 232 and 239 being discontinued due to road realignment works in 1985.

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