You can find on this page the Singapore trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Singapore trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Singapore in Singapore.
The Singapore rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Singapore trains. This railway map of Singapore will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Singapore in Singapore. The Singapore rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Light Rail Transit (LRT), also known as the Light Rapid Transit, is the light rail component of Singapore rail network, consisting of localised rail systems acting as feeder services to the Mass Rapid Transit network. The first LRT line was opened in 1999 and the system has since expanded to three lines, each serving a public housing estate, namely Bukit Panjang, Sengkang and Punggol. Trains on these lines link to the MRT system at Choa Chu Kang as its mentioned in Singapore rail map, Sengkang and Punggol stations respectively while the Bukit Panjang LRT will link to a second MRT station, Bukit Panjang, by 2015.
The Singapore rail system is closer to an automated people mover system such as those found in many airports around the world than a traditional light rail system. All the lines of Singapore rail are fully automated and elevated, and run on viaducts in order to save scarce land space in Singapore. Lines are constructed by the Land Transport Authority, with operating concessions currently handed to SMRT Corporation and SBS Transit as you can see in Singapore rail map.
The LRT network has 43 stations as its shown in Singapore rail map, but only 34 stations are in operation, as the stations surroundings are not yet built up and will open at a later date. The Singapore rail system consists of two depots, which run the maintenance, inspection, train overhaul facilities and house the cars overnight. The Bukit Panjang LRT opened on 6 November 1999, with all 14 stations opened at the same time. The Sengkang LRT opened in two main stages. For the Punggol LRT, the East Loop started operating on the same day as the Sengkang LRT's West Loop.