|Line(s) North South Line|
Structure type Elevated
Opened 7 November 1987
|Platforms Double Island|
Platform levels 2
Connections Bus, Taxicab
|Location 2450 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8Singapore 569811|
Operated by SMRT Trains (SMRT Corporation)
Address 2450 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Singapore 569811
Similar Yio Chu Kang MRT Station, Bishan MRT Station, AMK Hub, Jurong East MRT Station, Khatib MRT Station
Ang mo kio mrt station passanger service
Ang Mo Kio MRT Station (NS16) is an above-ground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore.
- Ang mo kio mrt station passanger service
- Revamped ang mo kio mrt station nov 2014
- Train collision with a commuter
- High volume low speed HVLS fans
- Possible interchanges
It is located at the junction of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 and Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, beside Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East. The station is connected to AMK Hub, Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange and the Ang Mo Kio Town Centre via an underground walkway.
Ang Mo Kio station is the only elevated non-interchange MRT station to have a middle train track.
Revamped ang mo kio mrt station nov 2014
Train collision with a commuter
Nitcharee Peneakchansak, a 14-year-old Thai, was seriously injured and lost both her legs after she fell onto the track and was hit by a train at Ang Mo Kio on April 3, 2011. Peneakchansak left Singapore on June 13, 2011 after recuperating in hospital. SMRT had reportedly offered the family S$5000 as compensation. The victim's father, rejected the compensation as her prosthetic legs will cost around S$100,000 and must be changed every three to five years.
After the news broke out, anonymous Singaporean donors donated S$250,000 for her medical rehabilitation expenses. At the same time, a Singaporean living in Hong Kong wanted to settle Peneakchansak's hospital bills in full, which amounted to about S$50,000. Her father decided to sue SMRT for S$3.4 million on June 17, 2011, the amount equivalent to the price for the 20 pairs of prosthetic legs that Peneakchansak will need in her lifetime.
On June 20, 2011, SMRT clarified that the money offered to Peneakchansak was a gesture of goodwill and not compensation. The transport company said compensation would only be made after investigations had concluded. SMRT also said that the S$10,000 offered to her family to travel to Singapore when she was still in hospital was also a gesture of goodwill. In its defence papers on 1 September 2011, the SMRT reiterates that all the safety warnings and precautions – such as the yellow lines – were in place and that the distance which the train travelled after the driver slammed on the brakes were within "safety specifications" and argues that Peneakchansak's "negligence" contributed to her falling "onto the tracks at the MRT station on her own accord". It also claimed that the girl was "aware of the danger of the oncoming trains and that by standing behind the yellow safety line until the train had stopped", she would have been reasonably safe from falling onto the tracks and pointed out that the girl had failed to keep a proper lookout for the oncoming train and take reasonable care of her own well-being despite knowing the risks of falling. It adds that she had failed to stand behind the yellow safety line until the train had stopped despite clear warning signs displayed at the MRT station.
Because of this accident, Mr Ang Hin Kee, MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC announced that Ang Mo Kio will be installed with the half-height platform screen doors on the platform by June, earlier than scheduled. Although it was announced to be completed by June, it was delayed till 2 December 2011 before operations began.
High volume, low speed (HVLS) fans
Ang Mo Kio was the second station on the North South Line to receive MJ Air Tech High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) Pro-Jet fans. The fans were placed into service on 30 June 2012, along with those installed at Jurong East.
On 17 January 2013, a new railway line was announced. The Cross Island MRT Line is a 50 km rail that stretches between Changi and Jurong. It was reported to pass towns such as Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Timah, West Coast and Clementi along the way. And it will have interchanges with all the current radial lines.
Part of the line will have a branch-out that links Punggol to Pasir Ris.