The island platform of Eunos MRT station – Photo: Wikipedia


Train service disruption along EWL and NSL on Tuesday morning

This Tuesday morning (17 Apr), train service was first disrupted along the East West Line (EWL) followed by the North-South Line (NSL), again without official information given on its media platforms by the transport operator, Singapore Mass Rapid Transport (SMRT)

At 8:30am Joepan posted a tweet wondering why the train stopped for too long at Eunos:

Cheng Hyork informed there was a train fault on EWL, causing delay on the West bound trains:

Joepan tweeted again that his train stopped at Paya Lebar for more than one minute; there was no announcement and the train kept stopping:

Other passengers also tweeted complains on the EWL delay, Mitaaaa wrote it was a train fault:

At 8:59am AA informed the train delay along NSL, complaining her train had stopped for 5 minutes at Somerset, making her late:

And it seemed the journey was not running smoothly for 수고했어요:

Other tweets from commuters also informed of the delay on the North-South Line:

Jacquelyn R Lim, answering posts on TATA SMRT Facebook, also informed on the NSL delays:

Jacquelyn R Lim 5h:
Train stopped for past 10mins already at Khatib towards Sembawang. Earlier announcement said train in front still there so stop for a while but later announced 10mins delay estimated. I have hopped off the train to take bus so unsure if it has started. My friend in Toa Payoh now similar issue. Approx 905am I was at Khatib.
Jacquelyn R Lim 4h:
I think started from Toa Payoh. Just fyi. 👍 moving but additional time needed. My friend was at TP. I was at Khatib also 10mins but i switched to bus as din wanna risk it break down again.
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