Pioneer, Singapore - Transportation - Public Transport - Feeder Bus Services

Feeder Bus Services

This precinct is served by feeder bus services 241, 242 and 243, all operated by SBS Transit.

  • Service 241 transports residents staying at Jurong West Street 63 and 93 to either Boon Lay or Pioneer stations.
  • Service 242 transports residents staying at Jurong West Central 1 to Boon Lay station.
  • Service 243 transports residents staying at Jurong West Street 61, 62, 64 and 65 to Boon Lay station. This service has two feeder services, 243G and 243W.

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