Bukit Timah Expressway

The Bukit Timah Expressway AH2 is a highway in Singapore that starts at the PIE in Bukit Timah and travels north to the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Johor–Singapore Causeway.

Before the KJE was completed, BKE was the shortest expressway in Singapore, at about 10 km (6.21 mi). This expressway is a six-lane dual carriageway, with three lanes on either side. In 2003, the LTA began work to convert a section of the expressway, from the intersection with the KJE to that with the SLE, into a four-lane dual carriageway. This was completed in mid-2005.

Bukit Timah Expressway of Singapore is considered to be one of the most popular expressways in Singapore. There are eight expressways in the island-state and the ninth is still under construction. The popular highway starts from the PIE located at Bukit Timah and continues its journey towards the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Johor-Singapore Causeway nestled in the northern part of the nation. Our site focussingapore offers detailed information about Bukit Timah Expressway of Singapore. The Bukit Timah Expressway of Singapore features a six-lane dual carriageway blessed with three lanes on each side. The expressway fringed with trees on either side creates a majestic ambience and enhances the mood of the travelers passing through the route.
The other major expressways in Singapore apart from Bukit Timah Expressway are Ayer Rajah Expressway of Singapore, Pan Island Expressway of Singapore, Central Expressway of Singapore, East Coast Parkway of Singapore, Tampines Expressway of Singapore, Kranji Expressway of Singapore and Seletar Expressway of Singapore.