Road Closures For State Funeral Procession

Some roads will be closed on Sunday (March 29) during the state funeral procession from Parliament House to the University Cultural Centre (UCC) at the National University of Singapore and the state funeral service.

Lanes & Roads Affected Period of Closure
Extreme right lane of South Bridge Road (between North Canal Road and North Boat Quay) 11am to 2pm
North Bridge Road (between Coleman Street and North Boat Quay) 11.30am to 2pm
Upper Circular Road 11.30am to 2pm
High Street (between Hill Street and North Bridge Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Parliament Place (between North Bridge Road and Saint Andrew’s Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Saint Andrew’s Road (between Parliament Place and Stamford Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Coleman Street (between Saint Andrew’s Road and North Bridge Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Supreme Court Lane 11.30am to 2pm
Fullerton Road (between Esplanade Drive and Saint Andrew’s Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Stamford Road (between Raffles Link & North Bridge Road) 11.30am to 2pm
Esplanade Drive in the direction of Shenton Way (between Battery Road & Nicoll Highway) 11.30am to 2pm
Nicoll Highway (between Bras Basah Road & Esplanade Drive) 11.30am to 2pm
Connaught Drive 11.30am to 3pm
Clementi Road (between Dover Road and Kent Ridge Crescent) Noon to 3pm
Extreme left lane of Clementi Road in the direction of West Coast Ferry Road 8am to 8pm
Extreme right lane of Clementi Road in the direction of Bukit Timah Road 8am to 8pm
Kent Ridge Crescent (between Clementi Road and College Link) 8am to 8pm
Engineering Drive 1 (between Kent Ridge Crescent and Engineering Drive 3) 8am to 8pm


Members of the public can line the route the 15.4km route, said the State Funeral Organising Committee in a statement.

The procession will start at 12.30pm. The funeral cortege will leave Parliament House at 1pm. The journey is expected to take 37 minutes.

It will travel at 25kmh and pass landmarks such as Old Parliament House, City Hall, the Padang, NTUC Centre and Singapore Conference Hall. It will also pass through certain heartland areas.

The procession will be telecast live on national television and online at



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