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West Region

Transforming Live, Work and Play in the West

Experiencing the Future of Work

A beacon of Singapore’s industrial development since independence, the West will remain as the country’s largest manufacturing hub.

Exciting business and employment opportunities for Singaporeans await in three new employment areas — Jurong Lake District (JLD), Jurong Innovation District (JID) and Tuas Port. JLD and JID will test-bed new urban solutions and infrastructure to create more pleasant working and living environments for all.

Jurong Lake District

The 360-hectare JLD will be the largest mixed-use business district outside the city centre, with quality offices, housing, amenities and abundant green spaces. A complementary leisure and recreational cluster has also been planned around Jurong Lake to leverage on the area’s unique lakeside and garden setting.

With 4 MRT lines serving the district by 2035, residents, workers and visitors will have enhanced accessibility to the rest of the island, including direct connections to the CBD, Changi Airport and JID.

The development of JLD will revolve around 4 key themes:

JLD will be a vibrant CBD with flexible and adaptable spaces for the future economy.

The district is envisioned as a vibrant, mixed-use business district with a live-in population. Flexibility and adaptability is incorporated into the master plan to meet the needs of a rapidly-evolving economy. A regular grid system with “white zoning” lets developers and business configure land parcels and building spaces in ways that best meet emerging needs. Introducing less common uses such as schools, community facilities and galleries can create more interesting and lively spaces.

The extensive podium spaces in the lower floors are key to accommodating an evolving mix of uses. The porous ground floors, courtyards and through-block pedestrian links create generous public spaces that encourage interaction, networking and a lively public realm.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIVE-IN CBD 

JLD will not just be a place for work. With 20,000 new homes, attractive street life, and a rich network of parks, water features and leisure options, it will be a bustling district day and night, seven days a week.

JLD has ambitious car-lite plans, with more space dedicated to pedestrians, cyclists and public transport.

85 per cent of all trips will be made by public transport, exceeding the 75% in the city centre today. This is made possible by a transport system designed for seamless travel by public transport and active mobility.

The district will be well connected internally and to the rest of the island. New MRT lines and bus routes, facilitated by bus-only corridors, will form the backbone of the system. Each development will be no more than 3-5 minutes’ walk from an MRT station or bus stop.

With fewer cars, roads will be narrower and beautifully landscaped, making it easier to walk, cycle or use personal mobility devices. Car-sharing and on-demand autonomous vehicles will offer the option of a private vehicle when necessary. Car parking will be consolidated underground at the fringes of the district.

 

                                                 

Future app platforms will integrate multiple modes of transport and help commuters decide on the move—whether and where to switch from MRT to bus, or car to bicycle in response to real-time traffic.
With such ease of travel, there may be no need to own a car, saving money and reducing our carbon footprint.

 

 

In future, instead of following pre-planned routes, on-demand driverless buses can react in real-time to pick commuters up and deliver them to their destinations in the most efficient manner. This saves energy and reduces overall travel times.

 

 

The volume of delivery trucks in the district will be cut by at least 65% during peak hours by better coordinating deliveries using an Offsite Consolidation Centre. This reduces peak hour congestion and raises the productivity of logistics firms.

 

JLD will capitalise on its distinctive lakeside setting with pervasive greenery, public spaces and leisure activities for people to enjoy.

How do you improve a district that already sits next to a lake and lush gardens? By extending these unique green and blue assets into the district.

Generous green spaces will be a signature of the district. These green spaces will be connected by the Green Loop, which is part of an extensive park connector and cycling network that will stitch the district and neighbouring residential areas together and link these areas to the Jurong Lake Gardens.

A new waterway will also be created at the eastern shore of the lake, forming a new third island. The district will eventually have 100ha of green spaces, 70ha of water body and 17km of waterfront areas for social and community activities, as well as spaces for recreation, retail and F&B.

JLD will also be home to our new national gardens in the heartlands. Lakeside Garden, the western portion of Jurong Lake Gardens is open! The rest of Jurong Lake Gardens will be completed progressively by the National Parks Board from 2021 onwards.

Jurong Lake Gardens

Jurong Lake Gardens (photo credit:NParks)

Jurong Town Hall

Jurong Town Hall (photo credit:KCAP)

The New Waterway

The New Waterway (photo credit:KCAP)

 

JLD will be a model district to demonstrate how technology can enable a liveable and sustainable urban environment.

This will be driven by a combination of district-level infrastructure, data-driven decision-making platforms and forward-looking policies.

For example, residents and businesses will enjoy reduced energy use with district cooling systems and the highest Green Mark standard for buildings. The use of pneumatic waste collection systems, common services tunnels and consolidated logistics mean that urban services will be cleaner, less disruptive and use fewer workers.

Real-time data exchange will also enable facility managers to diagnose and fix problems timely in their buildings, and service providers to understand residents’ needs to arrange transport and social services and serve them better.

SMART PLANNING

With advances in sensors and computing power, urban planners today can generate, combine and process vast amounts of data about the city. Using new digital tools, such data can be analysed and visualised in various ways, uncovering new possibilities to guide better decisions for our city.

Simulation Models

New technology allows planners to analyse and visualise the impact of developments on the microclimate and thermal comfort of outdoor spaces.
This allows planners to introduce measures, such as increasing greenery, adjusting building massing and orientation, and safeguarding wind corridors, to make the district cooler and more comfortable.

 

 

Big Data

Data analytics enables planners to better plan, design and manage the district. Examples include refining public transport services based on travel pattern data from EZ-Link and sensors; and planning for social amenities such as child-care centres and polyclinics based on anticipated demand and demographic changes in the district

Underground Master Plan

A three-dimensional digital underground space planning platform helps planners organise the use of underground space more efficiently. Conflicts can be identified early before construction begins.

 

Jurong Innovation District

Served by 6 future Jurong Region Line stations, JID will be an industrial district for advanced manufacturing, supporting an ecosystem of manufacturers, technology providers, researchers and education institutions with Nanyang Technological University nearby.

JID is envisioned to be:

Artist's Impression of the Jurong Innovation District © JTC Corporation

An innovative hub at the heart of the community.

Our city in a garden is fertile ground for cutting-edge transformation. And as Singapore rises to become a global leader in advanced manufacturing, Jurong Innovation District grows to become its premier hub.

It’s an ecosystem uniting businesses and the community, where technology, talent and sustainable design combine to inspire ideas that redefine the world we live in.

Nurture the seeds of tomorrow’s innovations, today.

Turn any spark into a brilliant possibility with R&D and the latest smart technologies. Collaborate with our partners to build its potential, then put it all to the test at the Jurong Innovation District living lab.

Five precincts make up one collaborative estate. Explore our rich ecosystem of corporations and partners, and get a glimpse of the opportunities that await you.

Talent & training

  1. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  2. A*STAR Advanced Manufacturing Training Academy
  3. Bosch Rexroth Regional Training Centre

Research & development

  1. A*STAR Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre
  2. A*STAR Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology
  3. Digital Capability Center Singapore
  4. A*STAR National Metrology Centre

Technology providers

  1. Sodick Singapore Techno Centre
  2. DMG Mori
  3. Makino
  4. Siemens Advance Manufacturing Transformation Center
  5. ISDN Software Business
  6. Fanuc
  7. Konica Minolta

Factories of the future

  1. Shimano
  2. Angel Playing Cards
  3. YCH Group
  4. Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Centre in Singapore

Built for industries. Made for the community.

                                                     

Jurong Innovation District. Truly a breath of fresh air.

Step out of the office and into nature’s embrace. The estate is designed to maintain a sustainable balance between businesses and the environment. The result? A clean and eco-friendly estate, complete with parks and green spaces for all to enjoy.

Tuas Port. By leveraging on advanced automation and more efficient processes, this next-generation port can handle 65 million TEUs when fully operational by the 2040s, twice the volume handled by our ports today. The port’s global reach and connectivity can also benefit factories in Tuas and Jurong with quicker production-to-market turnarounds.

Journeying with Ease

Come 2035, the West will be served by 6 rail lines, connecting more residents to key employment, recreation and leisure areas. With the introduction of the Jurong Region Line and Cross Island Line, residents will have more commuting options. The future Jurong East Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) will allow commuters to switch between transport modes more conveniently and add vibrancy to the area.

Note: The western stretch of the Cross Island Line is currently under study.

New Mobility Corridors in the West

New mobility corridors will make it easier to travel around the West.
Mobility corridors in the West

Jurong Innovation District

Workers and residents of nearby Jurong West and Tengah towns can look forward to a new 11-kilometre-long sky corridor that allows pedestrians, cyclists and autonomous shuttles to move seamlessly within the precinct to nearby transport hubs and exciting lifestyle options.
Artist's impression of sky corridor © JTC Corporation

Jurong Canal Drive Extension

The future Jurong Canal Drive Extension will be designed for buses only, connecting two ‘car-lite’ districts – Tengah and JLD. Existing footpaths and bike lanes will be widened and lined with shadier trees for a more pleasant walking and cycling experience. This new mobility corridor will form part of a regional transit-only network connecting other towns in future.
Artist's impression of transit-priority corridor along Jurong Canal Drive Extension

Walking & Keeping Fit in All-Weather Comfort

Artist's impression of J-Walk

Offering pedestrians shelter in JLD come rain or shine, the existing J-Walk network will be extended to more developments. Beyond being just a linkway between malls, the elevated pedestrian network will also have programmes for fitness enthusiasts to clock more steps while moving around the district.

Living & Playing Amidst Nature

Designing a Greener Way of Life

New housing and community facilities in the West will be nestled within lush green spaces, close to parks and nature corridors. They will be developed sensitively, allowing biodiversity to thrive and co-exist in harmony with humans. By integrating developments with greenery, residents will be able to enjoy a good quality living environment.

Designing More Delightful Community Spaces

More community facilities will be planned close to or in parks to serve as attractive gathering places for residents to socialise and interact.
Artist's impression of SAFRA Clubhouse in Choa Chu Kang © Ministry of Defence

SAFRA Clubhouse in Choa Chu Kang

SAFRA’s new clubhouse in Choa Chu Kang Park will provide a range of fitness options for NSmen and their families, as well as residents of northwest Singapore. Come 2022, visitors can enjoy a sheltered swimming pool with a park view, a “sky track running circuit” and an indoor children’s playground — all designed to be sensitively integrated with surrounding greenery.

Retreating to a Green & Blue Western Oasis

Discovering Nature at Every Corner

With new parks and enhancements to existing green spaces and waterways, communities will be able to get closer to nature for leisure and recreation. These green and blue networks will also help to enhance biodiversity in our living and working environments.

Designing More Delightful Community Spaces

More community facilities will be planned close to or in parks to serve as attractive gathering places for residents to socialise and interact.
Illustrated plan of green and blue spaces in West region
Artist's impression of Rifle Range Nature Park © National Parks Board
Artist's impression of ABC Waters Project at Sungei Ulu Pandan © PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency

Jurong Lake Gardens

Jurong Lake Gardens will be Singapore’s first national gardens in the heartlands, bringing nature closer to homes. With the opening of Lakeside Gardens in April 2019, residents and visitors can enjoy nature-themed and water play areas, lifestyle and sports facilities, as well as a restored swamp forest and wetlands. The rest of Jurong Lake Gardens will open progressively from 2021 onwards and the new Science Centre next to Chinese Garden MRT station is slated to be ready around 2025.
Artist's impression of Jurong Lake Gardens © National Parks Board

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