Singapore Mass Rapid Transit announced on its Facebook account at around 2.30 pm, that train services along its Circle Line MRT network were affected by intermittent signalling issues this morning.
SMRT said that its engineers are working to resolve the issue. Therefore, commuters may experience an additional 1 – 2 minutes of travelling time during non-peak hours and an additional 5 -10 minutes of travelling time during peak hours until the end of service today.
It stated that more SMRT staff have been deployed to its Circle Line stations to assist passengers. Its staff will also be on board the Circle Line trains for the rest of the day.
SMRT advised all commuters who are standing on board the Circle Line trains to hold onto the handrails as they may experience intermittent braking.
This morning people were complaining on the Circle Line.
My circle line train is stuck 🙂
— R A D H A (@TrishAbraham_) August 29, 2016
Circle line got fault?
— Crazyarnie (@crazyarnie) August 29, 2016
— Tim Hill (@bukitima) August 29, 2016
Omg! So crowded at Serangoon Circle Line Station.. it's just too crowded...… https://t.co/qL3JJkp26B
— darren chin (@darren_chin) August 29, 2016
What's up with the circle line today? Serangoon station platform is overflowing pic.twitter.com/yzoEfXq4Dc
— ケイコウ (@kkyz13) August 29, 2016
— Diana Teixeira (@DianaTeixeiraG) August 29, 2016