List of 3 expressways well-connected to Urban Treasures
Urban Treasures is a highly sought-after freehold project as it is located in an area close to everything. The project's short distance to transport is the first strong point of this project, you can walk to 2 nearby MRTs, Kaki Bukit MRT and Ubi MRT, both located on the Downtown line connecting directly next to important places around Singapore such as Changi Airport, Marina Bayfront, Chinatown, Bukit Panjang or Expo. In addition, with a prime location, the project is also easily connected to arterial highways, allowing you to go anywhere in the city. And here are 3 expressways that make commuting easier while living here.
The well-connection of Urban Treasures
Pan Island Expressway nearby Urban Treasures
Only a 10-minute drive from Urban Treasures Condo, through Jalan Eunos, residents can reach the Pan Island Expressway. This is the oldest and longest expressway in Singapore. It is also Singapore's longest street. Beginning at the intersection with East Coast Park Road near Changi Airport, the highway runs northwest to intersect the Tampines Expressway. It then curves southwest, passing Tampines, Bedok, and Geylang before intersecting the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway and curving to the northwest, before heading west and running along the southern edge From Toa Payoh, the highway runs along the northern edge of Bukit Timah, curving southwest to meet the Bukit Timah Expressway, before heading west again at Clementi Avenue 6. The PIE will then travel along the northern edges of Clementi, Jurong East and Jurong West before terminating at the intersection with the Ayer Rajah Expressway at Tuas Road.
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Kallang–Paya Lebar Expressway nearby Urban Treasures
From the Island Expressway, Urban Treasures Residences residents can access the Kallang Paya - Lebar Expressway at the junction of the two highways. The new 12-km Kallang Paya - Lebar Expressway (KPE) runs from the East Coast Parkway (ECP) in the south to the Tampines Expressway (TPE) in the northeast. The new urban expressway was built at an estimated cost of S$1.8 billion (US$1 billion). It includes 8.5 kilometers (5.28 miles) of tunnels, making it the longest underground highway in Southeast Asia. KPE is a two-way expressway with 3 lanes in each direction and 8 interchanges. Along with the Northeast Line, KPE serves the growing population of the Northeast Corridor and provides alternative routes between the city and properties in the North of the island. It is expected to offload the Central Expressway (CTE), which is the only highway currently serving the area.
East Coast Parkway nearby Urban Treasures
Along Jalan Eunos Road, residents also have easy access to the East Coast Parkway. This is a highway that runs along the southeast coast of Singapore. The expressway is about 20 km (12 mi) long and connects Singapore Changi Airport, to the east, with the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, to the south of the main island. It also connects to the Marina Coastal Expressway and has an interchange with the Pan Island Expressway at the Changi Overpass, approximately 1 km (0.62 mi) from the east end of the expressway.
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