Map Jurong East District Singapore for Printing

Jurong East is a planning area and district located in the western part of Singapore.

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Here is a detailed description of the economic and transport connections in Jurong East:

Economic Overview:

  1. Industrial and Commercial Hub: Jurong East is a significant industrial and commercial hub in Singapore. It is part of the larger Jurong Lake District, which is slated to be developed into a second Central Business District (CBD). The area houses numerous business parks, industrial estates, and commercial spaces.
  2. Jurong Gateway: Jurong Gateway is a key precinct within Jurong East, characterized by high-rise commercial and residential developments. It includes shopping malls like JCube, Westgate, and JEM, making it a retail and entertainment hub.
  3. Science and Technology Parks: The district is home to science and technology parks, fostering innovation and research activities. These include the Biopolis and Fusionopolis, which are part of Singapore’s push towards becoming a global biomedical and research hub.
  4. Educational Institutions: Jurong East is in proximity to various educational institutions, including Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the National Institute of Education (NIE).

Transport Connections:

  1. Public Transportation:
    • Jurong East MRT Station: A major transportation hub, Jurong East MRT Station serves as an interchange for both the East-West Line and the North-South Line. This provides residents and workers with easy access to various parts of the island.
    • Bus Interchange: Jurong East Bus Interchange is located adjacent to the MRT station, facilitating bus services to different parts of Singapore.
  2. Expressways:
    • Pan Island Expressway (PIE): Jurong East is well-connected by the PIE, allowing for convenient travel by car to other parts of Singapore.
    • Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE): The AYE also provides a direct route for motorists to access the western and southern parts of the island.
  3. High-Speed Rail (HSR):
    • While plans for a high-speed rail link between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia were initially proposed, as of my last update, there might have been developments or changes in the status of this project.
  4. Cycling Infrastructure:
    • Singapore has been investing in cycling infrastructure, and Jurong East has seen developments in this regard. There are cycling paths and facilities to promote sustainable and active transportation.
  5. Connectivity to Jurong Island:
    • Jurong Island, a major industrial hub for the petrochemical and chemical industries, is nearby. Connectivity to Jurong Island is crucial for businesses in these sectors.
  6. Future Developments:
    • The Singapore government has outlined plans for the Jurong Lake District to become a second CBD, further enhancing economic and transport connections in the area.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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