The station serves as a gateway to Punggol, Singapore’s “waterfront town of the 21st century”.
Stretching 320 m in length, the station brings together an underground line of high-speed trains and a local light rapid transit system on an elevated track. The symmetrical station is also traversed at midpoint by the satellite city’s main road, where it serves as a transport interchange with a bus station and car park at ground level.
The station is arranged on four floors, two of which are underground. Its roof rises in a gentle arch over the light rapid transit platforms and folds back at either end in pairs of sloping louvred plant rooms.
Monochromatic interiors lined in polished and honed granite, stainless steel and glass are counterpointed by sculptures in vividly coloured textured glass.
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