Train services between Woodlands North and Caldecott on the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) were halted this morning (Jul. 6).
[TEL] UPDATE: There is no train service between Woodlands North and Caldecott in both directions.— SMRT Corporation (@SMRT_Singapore) July 6, 2022
Signal fault at station
SMRT tweeted at 8:25 am on Jul. 6 that there was a signal fault at Woodlands North and informed commuters that trains would be moving slower between Woodlands North and Caldecott in both directions.
At 8:39am, SMRT shared that train services between the two stops in both directions were halted.
As the two stops are currently the first and last stops along the line, there are currently no moving trains along TEL at the time of writing.
The situation at Caldecott MRT station showed crowds exiting the platform to take the bus.
Bus services available
SMRT updated that free regular bus services and buses bridging Woodlands North and Caldecott will be available.
However, commuters are advised to take alternative routes along the North-South Line (NSL) or Circle Line (CCL).
[TEL] UPDATE: There is no train service btwn Woodlands North & Caldecott in both directions. Free regular bus svcs & bus bridging are avail. Commuters advised to take alternative routes along NSL or CCL.— SMRT Corporation (@SMRT_Singapore) July 6, 2022
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