China Railway wins 4.6km of Singapore viaducts
China Railway 11 Bureau has won the last two civil contracts of Singapore’s Tuas West Extension mass rapid transit (MRT) project. The contracts have a combined value of US$390 million.

One involves the construction of elevated stations at Tuas West and Tuas Link stations and approximately 2.2km of elevated MRTviaducts. The other is for the construction of the elevated Tuas Crescent station and approximately 2.4km of MRT viaduct, which will be integrated with part of a 4.8km of road viaduct. When completed, the road viaduct will provide motorists an alternative to the busy Pioneer Road.

Tuas West Extension is an extension of the East-West Line from Joo Koon station, consisting of a 7.5km twin-tracked MRT viaduct, four above-ground stations and a depot.

Construction will start in January 2012 and is targeted to complete in 2016. (Bridgeweb.com)


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