900/A (8 buses)
B -> B -> D -> B -> S -> S -> B -> S
901 (9 buses)
S -> S -> S -> B -> B -> S -> B -> D -> B
903 (8 buses)
B -> B -> D -> B -> S -> S -> B -> B
* Interestingly, I see that single deckers are back to back. Shouldn't they be spaced with a bendy or DD in between, so that if someone is not able to board a SD, they can board a higher capacity bus DD or bendy behind.
Scary thing here is next bus is SD and someone may have to wait for 3rd bus to board (especially when your stop is closer to MRT).
D -> D -> D -> S -> S -> D -> D -> S -> D ->D* -> D -> S -> D (962)
D* - Did not start from Woodlands Interchange. Downroute from Woodlands Ave 5 to do full route 962 to Sembawang and back to Woodlands Interchange.
Both 962B and 962C have only 1 bus plying.
962B operates at interval of 20-22 minutes
962C operates at interval of 12-15 minutes
883 Sequence towards Sembawang
D -> S* -> D -> S -> S -> D
S* - downroute from Canberra Walk to Sembawang Interchange
5 buses operate towards Yishun, 6 buses operate towards Sembawang.
Frequency towards Sembawang is around 07-08 minutes
Frequency towards Yishun is around 10 minutes
Loading towards Sembawang > Yishun from Canberra estate.
I hope the sequence of SMRT deployment of bus type is not determined by LTA..Sometimes it’s absurd to see high loading svc got DD-SD-SD-DD-SD