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Martha Soezean

Train disruption along the EWL on Wednesday morning

There was a train disruption along the East West Line (EWL) this morning (3 Apr) allegedly due to a track fault. According to commuters’ information trains between Tuas Link and Clementi were affected in both directions. No official information was given by SMRT on its social media pages. Affected commuters questioned about the delay on the Twitter platform: @SMRT_Singapore walao …

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Parliamentary questions for 1 April 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:30pm on Monday, 1 April 2019, for the 102nd session of the 13th Parliament. *51 oral questions and 32 written question had been scheduled to be asked. There will be two Ministerial Statements presented in this parliament sitting: 1. Restricting Hate Speech to Maintain Racial and Religious Harmony in Singapore – Minister for Home …

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2nd train delay on Friday – Evening disruption along the CCL

Another train disruption happened for the second time on Friday (15 March), this time in the evening along the Circle Line (CCL) – following this morning delays along the East West Line (EWL). The commuters and Admin of TATA SMRT Facebook posted questions and information on the train delays: Yongjian Koh wrote at 7:28pm: “Circle line (towards Dobhy Ghaut) is …

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Massive crowds of commuters along the EWL due to track fault on Friday morning

Another train delay occurred this Friday morning (15 March), again along the East West Line (EWL), this time caused by a track fault at Clementi. Without any prior information (on Tweeter or Facebook posts), transport operator SMRT tweeted an ‘update’ at 5:59am that there was no train service between Jurong East and Queenstown due to a track fault at Clementi: …

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Train service delay near Monday evening along the EWL

On Monday late afternoon (11 March) train commuters experienced more than two hours delay along the East West Line. The delay was caused by Platform Screen Door (PSD) fault at the Lakeside Station for the East Bound trains. SMRT announced an official information about the delay on its Tweeter platform about an hour later after the delay occurred, while passengers …

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Train disruption along DTL on Wednesday morning

The Downtown Line (DTL) train service was disrupted this morning (6 March) due to signaling fault, according to a later statement tweeted by SBS Transit. The train delay occurred since about 8am until after 9am. Information about the delay were posted on the TATA SMRT Facebook platform by commuters: Simon Soh wrote at 8:09am: “DTL DOWN Bt Panjang Stn No …

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Parliamentary questions for 4 March 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 11:00 am on Monday, 4 March 2019, for the 97th session of the 13th Parliament. *2 oral questions and 2 written question had been scheduled to be asked. There will be estimates for the financial year 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (Paper Cmd. 19 of 2019): Committee of Supply (Progress: 1 March …

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Parliamentary questions for 26 February 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 1:00pm on Tuesday, 26 February 2019, for the 93rd session of the 13th Parliament. *5 oral questions and 2 written question had been scheduled to be asked. At the commencement of Public Business, there will be introduction of Government Bills: Supply Bill – Minister for Finance (President’s recommendation signified). Supplementary Supply (FY 2018) Bill …

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Train delay along NSL on Tuesday morning – EWL affected

After three weeks went by without train disruptions since 29 Jan, this morning (19 Feb) commuters along the North South Line (NSL) have to experience delays due to train fault at Sembawang Station. Apparently  this also affected the trains along East West Line (EWL) toward the West. No official information was given by SMRT on its social media platform, some …

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Parliamentary questions for 18 February 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 1:30pm on Monday, 18 February 2019, for the 92nd session of the 13th Parliament. *18 oral questions and 6 written question have been scheduled to be asked. There will be a Ministerial Statement from Minister for Finance: BUDGET STATEMENT: That Parliament approves the financial policy of the Government for the financial year 1 April …

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