Jurong West Growth Areas

Residents of Jurong West enjoy convenient access to public transport, amenities and recreational spaces. In future, more affordable housing will be developed in Jurong West, together with better amenities, an enhanced transport network and more jobs for residents.jurong-west-town-growth-area

Housing: Diverse choices for better living

Jurong and Tuas are major employment centres. To provide more housing choices and more homes close to work, residents can look forward to new housing at Taman Jurong, Hong Kah and Boon Lay.
New community facilities that will be added to provide convenience to residents include:
• A new hawker centre and a polyclinic at Jurong West Street 61
• Child care centres at Boon Lay Avenue and Yung Kuang Road
• A nursing home along Jurong West Street 93 will serve the needs of our elderly residents

Leisure: New outdoor adventures

Residents in Jurong West enjoy easy access to major recreational venues like Jurong Central Park, SAFRA Jurong
Clubhouse, and Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre. Neighbourhood parks such as Jurong West Park, Boon Lay
Drive Park and Taman Jurong Park provide green spaces close to homes. In the coming years, residents will benefit from even more choices when a slew of attractive new options are completed:
• 10km cycling path in Taman Jurong
• Jurong Lake Park next to Taman Jurong, which will offer a unique blend of features to delight all ages
• New parks at Westwood Avenue and CleanTech Park
• More greenery and recreational facilities along the Round Island Route
• Park connectors along the waterfront of Jurong Lake
• Enhancement to Jurong Canal as part of the Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) programme

Transport: Smoother, shorter journeys

Jurong West is a highly accessible town served directly by four MRT stations (Lakeside, Boon Lay, Pioneer and Joo
Koon) and two expressways (Pan-Island Expressway and Ayer Rajah Expressway). It will also be connected to other towns in the West via the new Jurong Region Line in the longer term. In addition, road enhancements will improve journeys within Jurong West and to other parts of Singapore, including:
• Construction of new slip road from Jurong West Avenue 2 to Corporation Road
• Construction of new road from Jurong West Street 41 to Boon Lay Way by 2015
• Construction of new roads such as Wenya Drive and Wenya Avenue
• Junction improvement at Boon Lay Way/Yuan Ching Road/Jurong West Street 51 by 2014
• Improvement to Kranji Expressway- Pan-Island Expressway corridor with a ‘reversible flow’ traffic scheme
• Planned improvements to Yuan Ching Road, Corporation Road, Pan-Island Expressway from Kranji Expressway to Bukit Batok Road, Jalan Boon Lay and Jalan Bahar
• Planned junction improvements along Jurong West Avenue 1 and Jurong West Street 51/Jurong West Street 52

Economy: Nurturing growth centres and creating jobs

New industrial centres will be developed in Jurong West and residents will benefit from more opportunities to work
near home:
• Wenya Industrial Estate at Jurong West Avenue 2, where Google’s first data centre in Southeast Asia is expected to be completed by 2014
• CleanTech Park at Nanyang Avenue, Singapore first eco-business park, envisioned as the epicentre for research,
innovation and commercialisation in clean technologies
• Tukang Innovation Park at Jalan Boon Lay, which serves as a key activity hub for the research and development of
new technologies for industrial application