Minister of State for National Development and Manpower to walk railway stretch

Minister of State for National Development and Manpower  Brigadier-General Tan Chuan Jin mentioned in a Facebook note that he will be walking the 25km length of the KTM railway this Saturday, 9th July, from 6am.

Do join him if you can. The schedule is as follows:

6.00am         TPRS: Starts trek at TPRS

9.00am         (6km from TPRS): Reach Buona Vista MRT

10.00am       (10.8km from TPRS): Reach Bt Timah Railway Station

11.00am       (13.6km from TPRS): Reach Rail Mall

12.00pm        Proceed with rest of the trek along the corridor

Image taken from TRILLIUM FREDD

3 Responses to “Minister of State for National Development and Manpower to walk railway stretch”
  1. Willy says:

    Hi! I think that the details of the walk have been changed slightly. Can refer to the link below for the updated details :)

  2. mightymouse says:

    There has been a change in the start point – you may want to udpate your post? :)
    You can double check on Tan Chuan-Jin’s FB Page.

    6.00am Silat Estate: Starts trek at Silat Walk Car Park next to Blk 25/26. (double confirmed!)
    6.30am Should commence after hanging around and sorting ourselves out.
    9.00am (6km from Start Pt): Reach Buona Vista MRT
    10.30am (10.8km from Start Pt): Reach Bt Timah Railway Station
    12.30am (13.6km from Start Pt): Reach Rail Mall
    1.30pm Proceed with rest of the trek along the corridor
    7.00pm End at Kranji Road (23km from start point). Easier access from here to exit.

  3. Olivia says:

    Thanks, all!

    Sorry I’d just seen it, I hope everyone was well informed of the changes!

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