Welcome to Singapore!
SMRT rail network comprises three MRT lines (North-South, East-West & Circle Lines) and one LRT line (Bukit Panjang LRT). The combined route length of our network is 128.6 kilometres.
The 93 bus services we operate connect people from the Western and North-Western parts to the rest of Singapore while our fleet of taxis cater to travellers with varied needs, including the need for greater capacity and wheelchair accessibility.
Getting around is a breeze, as the country is well served by an integrated Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Light Rapid Transit (LRT), public buses and taxis.
Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rapid Transit systems
The MRT and LRT systems are the backbone of the city’s public transport system.
Four MRT lines are in operation today:
- North-South Line (Red line on the network map)
- East-West Line (Green line on the network map)
- North-East Line (Purple line on the network map)
- Circle Line (Yellow line on the network map)
The three LRT systems connect residential estates to the MRT system
- Bukit Panjang (Bukit Panjang LRT)
- Sengkang (Sengkang LRT)
- Punggol (Punggol (LRT)
To view and download the MRT and LRT system map, click here.
If you wish to catch the city sights, public buses are one of the best modes. They complement the MRT and LRT system and bring you to many places island-wide.
Taxis offer point-to-point transfers if you need to get to your destination swiftly. You can hail a taxi along the road, queue for one at a taxi stand or make a phone booking.
For more information about Singapore’s Public Transport system, visit public transport@sg