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Conclusion on On-Demand Public Bus (ODPB) trial in Marina Downtown and Merger of Service 400 and 402http://www.pub.gov.sg/marinabarrage/notices/ConclusiononOn-DemandPublicBusODPBtrialinMarinaDowntownandMergerofService400and402Conclusion on On-Demand Public Bus (ODPB) trial in Marina Downtown and Merger of Service 400 and 402Overview<p> Dear Visitors,​​</p><p> <br> </p><p>The six-month On-Demand Public Bus (ODPB) trial in Marina-Downtown will end on Saturday, 15 June 2019. From Sunday, 16 June 2019, bus services 400 and 402 will merge into a single service and numbered as Service 400 with scheduled intervals of 20 minutes.​​</p><p> <br> </p><p>Currently, Service 400 provides connections to Gardens by the Bay and Marina Barrage, while Service 402 serves Marina South Pier and Marina Bay Cruise Centre. The new integrated Service 400 will be routed to serve Gardens by the Bay and Marina Barrage first, followed by Marina South Pier and Marina Bay Cruise Centre, thus providing more convenient travel within the Marina-Downtown area, without the need to transfer between bus services. ​​</p><p> <br> </p><p>While there will not be any loss of connectivity as a result of the merger of Services 400 and 402, some commuters may experience longer journey time and increase in fares as a result of the merger. To minimise inconvenience to existing commuters, timetables will be displayed at the bus stops served by the merged service to inform commuters of the approximate bus arrival timings. As an alternative, commuters from Marina Barrage may choose to take Service 400 to the bus stop after Gardens by the Bay along Marina Gardens Drive, for a closer access to the train from Bayfront MRT station for their onward travel to further destinations.​​</p><p>​<br></p><p>More information can be found in the publicity poster <a href="http://public.prdweb.pub.gov.sg/sites/assets/MarinaBarrageDocuments/Service%20400.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>attached</strong></span></a>. These posters will also be put up at the relevant bus stops for the public’s info. ​​</p>7/17/2019 2:28:28 PM