49 Cross-Island Line (CRL) Spanning Changi in the east to Jurong in the west, the CRL will provide commuters with an alternative to the East-West Line. 2) Jurong Region Line (JRL) Image via LTA JRL will add 24 stations to the existing network, including three interchange stations at Boon Lay, Choa Chu Kang and Jurong East MRT stations.. Jurong East or the west side definitely needs a parallel line to go to the city area. The Jurong Region Line project J102 comprises works to design and construct Choa Chu Kang, Choa Chu Kang West and Tengah Station with a 4.3-km viaduct between Choa Chu Kang and Tengah along Choa Chu Kang Ave 3. Mr Lui said engineering studies are currently being done on the Jurong Region Line. SINGAPORE - Construction of two stations on the new Jurong Region Line (JRL) is expected to start in 2020 and is slated for completion in 2026.. This will be through a new extension with possible new MRT stations in West Coast and Pasir Panjang, which is expected to be completed by 2030. Mr Lui said the new line will serve areas like Choa Chu Kang, Jurong East, Jurong West, the new Tengah town, Boon Lay as well as NTU. The line is expected to be complete by 2025. Jurong Region Line (JRL) The JRL will connect residents of Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and the future Tengah area to activity hubs in Jurong West. It reaches north to Choa Chu Kang, south to Jurong Pier, west to Peng Kang Hill and east to Pandan Reservoir.The line will be the seventh MRT line to be built. READ: Jurong Region Line fleet to have 62 trains, testing to start in 2024 LTA said this contract covers the design and construction of Toh Guan, Jurong … It will significantly improve connectivity of the region and support the development of the Jurong area, which is set to be the largest commercial hub outside the Central Business District. The line is estimated to be ready by 2025, while the extension – if found to be feasible – will be completed by 2030. SINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is studying plans to connect the upcoming Jurong Region Line with the Circle Line, announced Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew on Tuesday (Aug 25). Besides the original announced alignment of the line, a West Coast extension to the Circle line from the Jurong Region line is currently under study, linking the West Coast region directly to Haw Par Villa, and allowing commuters on the Jurong Region line access to the central area of the city easily. Be it JRL extension which connects to HPV or a Holland line that goes from Tengah connecting B. Batok, Holland V towards the city area. The announcement of the new Jurong Region Line (JRL), which will serve residents in Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay, Jurong and the future Tengah development, is a long-awaited one for many. EWL is always crowded even in the afternoon. The Jurong Region Line (JRL) is Singapore’s seventh MRT line, serving both existing and future development in the western part of Singapore. Comprising 24 stations, the line was announced last year to improve connectivity in the Jurong area, with the aim to boost the area's transformation into a second Central Business District. The Land Transport Authority announced the possibility of the Jurong Region Line being extended from the current planned terminus in the West Coast vicinity to connect with the Circle Line. The stations will form part of JRL, Singapore's seventh MRT line, set to open in three stages from 2026. The Jurong Region Line (JRL) is a Mass Rapid Transit line opening in 2026 that is in the western part of Singapore.