SINGAPORE — Commuters along the Thomson–East Coast line were told to expect an additional 10 minutes of travel time on Tuesday (11 Apr).

Transport operator, SMRT first tweeted about the disruption between Woodlands North and Gardens by the Bay in both directions on its Twitter account at 7.26 am, stating that the disruption was due to a track signal fault.

However, according to TOC readers, the fault was reported as early as 7.03 am.

One reader also noted that the train he was on was being manually operated.

Additionally, a Twitter user reported that the train kept stopping and reversing while passengers were alighting.

At 8.37 am, SMRT tweeted that the train service resuming back to normal.

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