Final phase of Cross Island Line may be completed in end-2033

The CRL's first phase is 29km long and comprises 12 stations from Aviation Park in Changi to Bright Hill in Sin Ming. PHOTO: LTA
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SINGAPORE - Construction of the third and final leg of the Cross Island Line (CRL) could wrap up at the end of 2033, The Straits Times has learnt.

This is the first time an indicative date for the completion of Singapore's eighth MRT line has been made known publicly, and the third phase will give commuters in the west another option to travel by rail and connect to other lines.

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