Central Expressway, Singapore
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The Central Expressway (CTE) in Singapore is the major highway connecting the city centre of Singapore with the northern residential parts of the island, including Toa Payoh, Bishan and Ang Mo Kio and further onwards to the Seletar Expressway and the Tampines Expressway.
Expressway in Singapore
|Length||15.8 km (9.8 mi)|
|History||First section opened on 17 June 1989,|
last section opened on 21 September 1991
|South end||Bukit Merah (AYE)|
|Major intersections||SLE, TPE, ORRS (Braddell Road), PIE, NSC, AYE|
|North end||Yio Chu Kang (SLE, TPE)|
|Regions||Seletar, Ang Mo Kio, Serangoon, Kallang, Bishan, Toa Payoh, Central Area, Bukit Merah, Novena|
As of 29 December 2013, SLE and CTE are one of the two pairs of expressways in Singapore which are linked together, the other being the KPE and MCE.