ST Engineering, Siemens Mobility consortium snags $180m rail lines contract

The contract is worth $180m.

ST Engineering and Siemens Mobility Consortium announced that they were awarded a $180m contract focusing on the communications system for Singapore’s rail news.

The two companies will work on the modernisation and renewal of the comms systems for Singapore’s North-South, East-West Lines, and Bukit Panjang LRT. 

Chew Men Leong, President of Urban Solutions at ST Engineering, sees this as an opportunity to upgrade Singapore’s rail network. 

“The NSEWL and BPLRT are the most heavily utilised lines in Singapore’s rail network. Collectively with our partner, we provide deep technical and domain expertise to ensure zero disruption while deploying the new communications systems to the existing systems and train services.”

The new system is expected to be fully operational in 2029.

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