Newton MRT Station (denoted as NS21/DT11) is an underground interchange mass rapid transit station situated in the Newton Circus planning area that connects North-South Line and Downtown line. It’s located along Scotts Road and Bukit Timah Road close to Newton Circus. Newton MRT Station is the shallowest on this network with just 12 m underground. The Station links the Newton town with offices, schools, condominiums, Newton Food Centre and worshiping places. Previous, the Newton station used to be coded as N4 before the rail system map changes in 2001. Muse @ Newton MRT Station is a freehold development by Amara.
Newton MRT Station in the Core City Centre
Newton MRT Station is a standard interchange station with both lines constructed in different periods share dissimilar station platforms and concourse levels where the DTL platform located at Basement 4, goes underneath the NSL tunnel found at Basement 2; these two lines are linked by unpaid connection because of the construction limitations. Passenger transferring lines have to walk for 56 meters along a public connection way and re-join the network within 15 minutes. Muse at Newton is located near to Newton MRT Station. The development is by Amara Holdings and it is a freehold development located near to Novena MRT Station as well.
Muse @ Newton Near to Newton MRT Station
Newton MRT Station has got four platforms used by both railways for trains moving from the two directions, built in an island design for each rail line. As such, the Downtown Line passes underneath the North-South Line, whereas then platforms that serve the two lines are linked with a transfer line at concourse level, in the rapid sections of the station. The station has full-height screen doors isolating the air-conditioned Newton MRT Station from tunnel conditions thereby increasing passenger safety and comfort. The station has several escalators, lifts, and stairs connecting to the concourse overhead.
Amara Holdings Newton MRT Station
Passenger information systems installed as plasma display screen in the Newton MRT Station placed at each platform showing train arrival times and critical information. Tactile flooring done for the station assists to guide passengers with visual impairment moving from the platform to the exits. Newton MRT Station connects to three official bus stops and some other bus stops nearby and has three, and also taxi stands are available for passenger pick-ups. In case of a service disruption at Newton MRT stations, rail bridging services will be offered to ply the affected areas.