- LTA: Financial penalties totalling $1.9 million to be imposed on SMRT for two rail incidents
- Singaporeans must be aware of foreign influence against national identity, says Ambassador-at-Large
- HSA Alert: ‘Li Da’ and ‘Chapter Plus’ sold online found to contain banned substance, Sibutramine
- Respect privacy and no to monitoring of internet usage or activity in Malaysia, say ASEAN NGOs
- If words matter, why do they commit blatant flips flops and U-turns?
- Lee Hsien Loong: knew that the database would be attacked and there was a risk, unfortunately that has now happened
- Letter from Najib’s office sent to CIA belittling S’pore as too small to make an impact in Southeast Asia
- “No call to action this year”, but “Be there”: Nephew of PM Lee on the eve of Pink Dot SG’s 10-year anniversary
- Eight arrested by CNB for possession of synthetic cannabis
- Joint statement from MOH and MCI on major cyberattack that stole 1.5 million SingHealth patients’ records
- Almost half of CPF members in 2016 cohort can't meet Minimum Sum - can only withdraw up to $5,000
- What would the government do for Singaporeans who can't meet CPF Minimum Sum?
- SMRT retains job for SAF Scholar COL (NS) Alvin Kek after returning from prison
- AGO found groceries meant for distribution to needy residents went missing in grassroots organization
- MINDEF draws flak for rejecting Benjamin Davis' NS deferment application
- Confluence of Najib's corruption and the peoples' anger that eventually brought UMNO down.
- Main-family of Mustafa Centre caught in legal entanglement with step-family
- PA says the officer who submitted dubious receipts for reimbursement claims has quit last year
- NTUC Fairprice: From preventing profiteering to making $380 million last year
- As Lawrence Wong tries to implement cooling measures on coffeeshops, Low Thia Khiang already sounded warning horns a decade ago
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Tag Archives: Public transport
It has been two weeks since the most severe MRT breakdown in Singapore’s rail history. A total of 55 stations in the North-South and East-West line were affected during peak period, leaving hundreds of thousands of commuters stranded and facing difficulties in getting Read MoreMore...
By The Online Citizen 2010-04-21 0
After reading the articles ‘Cheaper bus, train rides‘ on The Straits Times website and ‘Public transport fares go down by 2.5% from Jul 3‘ on the Channel NewsAsia website, this is my conclusion: Maths has certainly changed since I was in school. *sigh* Read MoreMore...
By The Online Citizen 2010-04-09 0
I refer to the report, “Only one case of non-compliance” (TODAY April 6) on the Public Transport Council’s review of bus service standards. Every day, many students and adults rely on both bus and rail transport to go to school and to work. As fare-paying customers, they have Read MoreMore...
By The Online Citizen 2009-07-31 0
Kimmy Tan encounters rude and inconsiderate bus driver. Read More…More...
By The Online Citizen 2009-05-24 0
The disabled asks for subsidy, not free public transport. Jonathan Koh. Read More…More...
By The Online Citizen 2009-05-22 0
More should be done for the disabled. Report by Ravi Philemon Read More…More...
By The Online Citizen 2009-04-23 0
According to SMRT regulations, children below 90cm in height do not need to pay to ride the MRT. My baby is only 70cm. Does this mean I have to pay the MRT fare for my stroller? Ang Siow Hui, ST ForumMore...
By The Online Citizen 2009-04-23 1
Will student activism in Singapore remain entombed forever? Darren Boon. Read More…More...
By The Online Citizen 2009-04-06 0
SBS Transit, which runs the majority of bus services here, was fined $4,500. Some of its services were overcrowded, while the waiting times of others were too long. SMRT was fined $100 for one instance in which one of its services was found Read MoreMore...