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SMRT Bus Service 926 is a trunk route from Woodlands Interchange and looping at Singapore Zoo, going via Marsiling MRT, BKE and Mandai Road. This service operates on Sundays and Public Holidays only, and charges flat fares.
SMRT DAF SB220 (TIB721K) – Service 926
|Route||Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange ↺ Mandai Lake Road (Loop)|
|Passes Through||Marsiling MRT, BKE and Mandai Road|
|Travelling Time||25 – 30 mins|
|Current Operator||SMRT Buses|
|Current Depot||Woodlands Bus Depot (WLDEP)|
|Current Fleet||12-metre Single Deck Bus:
– MAN NL323F
|Departure Times from Woodlands
||0830 – 1800 (Sundays/PHs)|
0831-1659: 10 – 15 mins
1700-1930: 12 – 15 mins
After 1930: —
Service 926 is a weekend bus service linking Woodlands Regional Centre and Marsiling MRT with Mandai Lake Road, providing bus connections to attractions at Mandai such as the Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari. Since its introduction, it is one of few trunk services to charge flat fares.
Demand for this service is usually low due to limited demand between Woodlands/Marsling and Mandai Lake Road. When this service is not in operation, Services 138 and 927 continue to provide bus connections to Mandai Lake Road.
|Card / Cash fares for SMRT Service 926 (effective 03 Aug 2014)|
|Child (card only)||Free|
|Adult, PWD*, WTCS**||$1.90|
|*PWD = Persons with Disabilities concession scheme cardholders
** WTCS = WorkFare Transport Concession Scheme cardholders
Fleet: See above.
|Loop Service (via Mandai Lake Rd)|
- 1988 – 2004: Trans-Island Bus Services Ltd
- 2004 – Present: SMRT Buses Ltd
The Bus Service Operating License (BSOL) for this route will be renewed in 2016.
- 1988 (01 May): Introduced between Woodlands Int and Mandai Lake Road (Loop), operating on Sundays and Public Holidays only
- 1996 (04 Feb): Amended to Woodlands Regional Int, via Woodlands Ave 3
- Refer to this article
- 1996: Amended to present routing. No significant route changes since 1996.
External Links & References:
- TransitLink E-Guide
- SGWiki – Buses
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