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Strike was impromptu

By Terry Xu Our insider source informs TOC that the strike was not a pre-meditated action by the workers but started by a few drivers who stood in front of

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On Train announcements and Language Rights

If you are a frequent commuter on the North-South and East-West Lines, you should have noticed for a few months now a new announcement made when a train pulls into

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Strike Strikes Singapore: The Undertones of Industrial Relations

By Gerald Tan Strike strikes Singapore! A strike is defined by Section 5 of the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act (“CLTPA”), to mean “the cessation of work by a body

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Bus drivers: Trying to make sense out of the numbers?

By Leong Sze Hian   I refer to the article “SMRT bus drivers can return to five-day week – without pay

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The “record” $2 million fine

Gordon Lee   On 16 July, LTA announced a record $2 million fine for SMRT, or 1.4% of SMRT’s forecast

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10 years – and still no public transport subsidy for disabled

The disabled asks for subsidy, not free public transport. Jonathan Koh.

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Overcoming fear and misinformation – give us our dignity!

More should be done for the disabled. Report by Ravi Philemon

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PTC fines on transport companies are meaningless

Fines are miniscule compared to companies’ profits.

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A fine? Or just a slap on the wrist?

SBS Transit, which runs the majority of bus services here, was fined $4,500. Some of its services were overcrowded, while

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