North-South Corridor: Foundations for road tunnels about 50% complete

Construction work on the North-South Corridor in progress along Thomson Road. Construction is on track to be completed from 2027. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Once the foundations are set up, excavation of the road tunnels can begin and the roof and base of the tunnels can then be built. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - A $7.47 billion project to build an integrated transport corridor from northern Singapore to the city is approaching the halfway point of its nine-year construction timeline, after Covid-19 delayed it by a year.

Work on the 21.5km North-South Corridor (NSC), which starts in Admiralty Road West and ends in East Coast Parkway near Republic Boulevard, started in 2018, and is on track to be completed from 2027 onwards.

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