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Old July 29th, 2014, 04:04 PM   #361
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Tender awarded to ARUP.

Name of Supplier ARUP SINGAPORE PRIVATE LIMITED
Address 10 Hoe Chiang Road #26-01 Keppel Towers
Awarded Value SGD 7,988,000.00



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Old August 1st, 2014, 08:19 AM   #362
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The article in the above post mentioned an elevated MRT track?
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Old August 1st, 2014, 08:21 AM   #363
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Apologies. I thought it was at bukit timah. So it's the existing tracks near kranji
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Old October 5th, 2014, 05:29 PM   #364
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Is it possible to start the construction of the eastern portion first?
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Old October 5th, 2014, 08:00 PM   #365
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Is it possible to start the construction of the eastern portion first?
Not till the details of the study come out and LTA have a news conference during one of the opening ceremony announcing the line as up and coming
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Old October 6th, 2014, 05:19 AM   #366
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However, so far the tenders have shown that the engineering and surveying work in the eastern half is a lot more advanced then the western half. Also, the western half will need to wait until the CCNR environment impact study to complete before further engineering studies can be called.
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Old October 6th, 2014, 05:54 PM   #367
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I think that the western part of CRL is actually more critical than the Eastern part because jurong region is a fast growing employment hub and there are also many major projects which requires additional MRT like to support the EWL. e.g. PSA, JLD, JRL and possible HSR.
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Old October 7th, 2014, 02:38 AM   #368
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There are more evidences across the entire tender doc... eg.. earlier submission of deliverables for CRLe compared to CRLw, immediate availability of the site locations for the depot at CRLe compared to CRLw.

Furthermore, there is another tender C1003 called 3 weeks ago, which stipulates the requirement to provide topo survey for the 3 areas each 120+ ha in size - "200m wide corridor located in the eastern part of Singapore", so far there has been no news about any topo survey required for the western part.
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Old October 7th, 2014, 04:45 AM   #369
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Yes, i read your earlier post but that could mean many things. Perhaps the proposed landfill site and soil condition in the east require more details studies than the west sites. Or it could also be that CRLw studies needs to be done concurrently with HSR and JRL (especially when the express service will need to stop at all the interchange)

Also there is no reason why LTA will announce the alignment of CRLe separately from CRLw.
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Old October 7th, 2014, 05:32 AM   #370
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I revisited and read your post again and I agree with CHT.

Engineering studies for CRLe are a lot more advanced than CRLw and CCNR as part of the line will run through a former waste landfill in Lorong Halus. It is stated in the tender documents that the waste landfill leachate ponds may still be emitting some methane and may pose some form of health risk to the general public when the works are carried out. Also, we are talking about a line that will run close to the nature park in the same area. So, to minimise potential health and biodiversity risks, the studies will have to be carried out much earlier and more advanced than CRLw to design and implement safety precautions that will be much needed during the planning and construction phases to avoid last minute confusion should there be any incidents that happen near that area which may affect those living near Lorong Halus such as Punggol, Pasir Ris, Tampines and Sengkang.
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Old October 7th, 2014, 06:10 AM   #371
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The replies were based on this question by kenmin

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Old October 29th, 2014, 04:08 PM   #372
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Saw word of "T1" on the pathway with two rectangle under the overhead bridge beside the amk town east garden (AMK mrt station). I wonder what is mean ?

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Old December 4th, 2014, 10:09 AM   #373
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My predictions

CR1 Tuas Crescent
CR2 Gul Lane
CR3 Gul Way
CR4 Benoi
CR5 Pioneer Crescent
CR6 Sunview
CR7 Buroh
CR8 Teban Gardens
CR9 West Coast
CR10 Clementi
CR11 Sunset
CR12 Maju
CR13 Sixth Avenue
CR14 Eng Neo
CR15 Bright Hill
CR16 Kebun Baru
CR17 Ang Mo Kio
CR18 Cheng San
CR19 Tavistock
CR20 Serangoon North
CR21 Hougang West
CR22 Hougang
CR23 Defu
CR24 Greenwich
CR25 Lorong Halus
CR26 Pasir Ris West
CR27 Pasir Ris
CR28 Pasir Ris East
CR29 Loyang
CR30 Aviation Park
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PG1 Riviera
PG2 Punggol

Click here to see my predicted locations. Click on the cyan markers see the name of the stations as well as the location of their exits. The stops for express service are the interchanges.
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Old December 4th, 2014, 10:17 AM   #374
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My predictions

CR1 Tuas Crescent
CR2 Gul Lane
CR3 Gul Way
CR4 Benoi
CR5 Pioneer Crescent
CR6 Sunview
CR7 Buroh
CR8 Teban Gardens
CR9 West Coast
CR10 Clementi
CR11 Sunset
CR12 Maju
CR13 Sixth Avenue
CR14 Eng Neo
CR15 Bright Hill
CR16 Kebun Baru
CR17 Ang Mo Kio
CR18 Cheng San
CR19 Tavistock
CR20 Serangoon North
CR21 Hougang West
CR22 Hougang
CR23 Defu
CR24 Greenwich
CR25 Lorong Halus
CR26 Pasir Ris West
CR27 Pasir Ris
CR28 Pasir Ris East
CR29 Loyang
CR30 Aviation Park
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PG1 Riviera
PG2 Punggol

Click here to see my predicted locations. Click on the cyan markers see the name of the stations as well as the location of their exits.
You might also highlight which are the stops for express service.
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Old December 5th, 2014, 06:01 AM   #375
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Since 88U has started speculating possible stations, here are mine:

CR1 Gul Circle (EW30)
CR2 Benoi
CR3 Sunview
CR4 Jurong Hill (JRL Boon Lay-Tengah Line branch)
CR5 Jurong Lake Park
CR6 Teban Gardens
CR7 Pandan (JRL Jurong East-West Coast Line branch)
CR8 Clementi (EW23)
CR9 Ulu Pandan/Sunset
CR10 Bukit Timah/Ngee Ann/Sevenmile
CR11 King Albert Park (DT6)
CR12 Bright Hill (TE7)
CR13 Ang Mo Kio (NS16)
CR14 AMK East/Cheng San/Teck Ghee/Kensington Park
CR15 Serangoon North
CR16 Hougang West/Realty Park
CR17 Hougang Central (NE14)
CR18 Defu
CR19 Old Airbase
CR20 Tampines North/Retail Park
CR21 Elias/Pasir Ris West*
CR22 Pasir Ris (EW1)*
CR23 Pasir Ris East
CR24 Loyang
CR25 Changi Airport Terminal 5 (future CAL extension and TEL extension)

NC1 Lorong Halus
NC2 Punggol (NE17)

Stations in bold are stations with express services.
*Stations with physical link between Cross Island and North Coast lines, allowing for cross-line services that were similar to the NSEWL.
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Old December 5th, 2014, 06:39 AM   #376
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The express service should have a stop at future HSR connection in JE and Jurong Hill for those travelling to Jurong Island
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