The Clementi Bus Interchange was opened on 16 November 1980 by Chor Yeok Eng, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Environment and Member of Parliament for Bukit Timah. The old interchange consisted of one long covered walkway with queue railings and berths at the side of the road, leading many people to call it a "roadside bus terminal" resembling that of the 1970s. This is especially so as the interchange is very small and cramped, and floods sometimes when it is rainy. However, the government has announced plans to redevelop the interchange and its surroundings. The '16 November 1980' interchange has been demolished to make way for a new air conditioned bus interchange and shopping complex, and ceased operations on 29 October 2006. The new Clementi bus interchange opened on 26 November 2011.

 


 

Transit Link Pte Ltd was incorporated on 16 November 1987 and became a subsidiary of the Land Transport Authority on 30 April 2010. TransitLink is the transit merchant acquirer for Singapore's public transport system. It processes transit transactions and apportions revenue to the Public Transport Operators. In addition, it acts as an agent for card managers, providing card sales, refunds and replacements. As a master load agent, TransitLink provides transit top-up services for all card managers in Singapore.

 


 

The Tourism Management Institute of Singapore (TMIS) was officially launched on 16 November 2000. It was previously the Centre for Tourism-Related Studies (CTRS) established in 1987. TMIS is a 100% owned subsidiary of the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (NATAS).

 


 

 

Rochor Centre was built and completed in 1977 and consists of 4 blocks painted yellow, green, red and blue. On 16 November 2011, the Land Transport Authority and Singapore Land Authority announced that Rochor Centre would be demolished in September 2016 to make way for the construction of the North-South Expressway.