Singapore Integrated Mass Transit System 2004

See also Future Bangkok mass transit map
See also previous Bangkok master plan maps from 1995, 2000, 2001, & 2003

Note: It is not possible to open this file directly within a browser (such MS Internet Explorer) as the PDF is too large/complex for the plug-in to handle/recognize. Instead, right click on the link and select "Save Target As..."
After it is finished downloading, open the file from the location you saved it on your computer. When opened, use the magnifying glass tool for zooming and the hand tool for dragging and map navigation.

Chatchawal Phansopa: This is the map of Singapore Integrated Mass Transit System that I have created when I was in Singapore (pdf 1 MB). It has been updated to include recent infrastructure projects such as the Northeast Line, The Circle Line / Marina Line, Sengkang & Ponggol LRTs.

Other than rail projects, I have also included the now-under construction Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE), which is almost entirely underground.

Besides, I have also enlarged the size and changed the shape of the Singapore Island due to recent extensive land reclamation works. I have converted all the Chinese text into curves, so there should not be any problem viewing the file on a non-Chinese PC. The projects shown include both completed ones and those under construction.

The only project that I have not included is the Sentosa LRT which shuttles from Harbourfront to Central Beach. I hope that you would put it up somewhere on your website as I think it is a good example of how Bangkok could develop and integrate its mass transit system.

By looking at Singapore we can learn how an expensive mass transit project can be built and operated and still maintaining a healthy financial state for the operating companies.

If you have any feedback or suggestions, please post them on "Future mass Transit Map" the forum (so everyone can contribute) or you can contact Chatchawal directly at zoowatch@hotmail.com.

See also Future Bangkok mass transit map

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