Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) announced on Friday (10 February) that its Bukit Panjang LRT (BPLRT) services were affected due to train fault, adding that free regular bus services were available along BPLRT.
Around 10 minutes after its first tweet, SMRT said that the faulty train was being recovered and normal train services would resume in around 10 minutes.
Five minutes later, it tweeted that normal train services have resumed.
This is the second faulty train in a day, as North-South Line (NSL) experienced train fault earlier this morning.
A Twitter user, O, tweeted minutes before SMRT announcement, saying that there were no train services along BPLRT.
One of the Facebook user commented on SMRT’s Facebook page that there was a train stall between Teck Whye and Phoenix.