- Do we need the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act?
- Equipment calibration and testing company fined $200,000 by MOM for safety lapses in fatal accident
- Angsana tree beside SOTA to be removed for safety of public
- Kind-hearted S’poreans trying to help students but get reported to Police instead
- Why allow taxis to have “surge pricing”?
- NEA: Stakeholders sharing responsibility is key to build a sustainable e-waste management system
- Shortened operational hours in March along all 35 East-West Line MRT stations
- Is becoming an e-sports athlete a potentially good career path for you or your child?
- IMDA launches public consultation to seek views on introduction of alternative dispute resolution for telecommunication and media services
- US Senator Jeff Flake raises reference to Singapore in his speech against Trump’s attacks on media
- Minimum sum continues to increase to $181,000 while PMETs are being retrenched
- Service disruption along East West Line on Monday morning with no official announcement from SMRT
- Australian company bought by Temasek-owned company, currently have sanctions imposed by World Bank due to bribery offences
- Why do we give HDB “citizen top-up” money, to new citizens?
- Where art thou, #masagos?
- Charles Chong's million-dollar surplus claim in General Election 2015
- Why legislate that when the opposition wins – 100% of the operating fund must be transferred to the sinking fund?
- Ministry of Finance paid over 50 influencers to promote Budget 2018
- US Senator Jeff Flake raises reference to Singapore in his speech against Trump's attacks on media
- Disclose the statistics for Poly graduates, instead of keep saying “more”, “most”, etc
Tag Archives: SMRT
The National Transport Workers’ Union (NTWU) stated in a media release on Monday (19 September) that it had filed an appeal to the management of SMRT against the dismissal of its two drivers. Mr Melvin Yong, NTWU’s executive secretary, said, ‘We have raised Read MoreMore...
LTA (Land Transport Authority) said that the entire first batch of US-made trains which arrived here in 1999 also had cracks due to “normal wear and tear”, and 12 of them had been fixed here in Singapore. LTA had earlier confessed in its press Read MoreMore...
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has issued a press release on Wednesday evening to address some of the issues relating to the 26 North-South and East-West Lines (NSEWL) trains that had defects found on them, emphasizing that the trains on NSEWL are safe for service. Read MoreMore...
Last updated on April 3rd, 2016 at 10:03 amSMRT CEO Desmond Kuek (DK): We are investigating exactly how they got hit by the train. What we know is that they were walking along in a single file along the side, along the walkway. Read MoreMore...
The track incident that led to the deaths of the two young SMRT trainees – Nasrulhudin Najumudin and Muhammad Asyraf Ahmad Buhari – was tragic, avoidable and certainly not unprecedented. In fact, just 6 years back, SMRT Technician Mr Chia Teck Heng was killed Read MoreMore...
This morning as commuters on the North-South Line were making their way back to work and school after the Jubilee Weekend, train disruption took place along the North South Line between Choa Chu Kang MRT and Jurong East MRT station. These delays were Read MoreMore...
SMRT Pte Ltd and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has identified the massive train disruption that occurred last month on 7 July to be caused by a water leak into weakened electrical systems. The disruption crippled both the North South Lines and the Read MoreMore...
By Howard Lee It would be fair to say that following the massive train breakdown on the evening of 7 July, public calls for SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek and Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew to step down would be futile. There has been Read MoreMore...
By Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss Yesterday (7 July 2015) saw an extensive MRT breakdown: the North-South and East-West lines were disrupted for hours. An estimated 250,000 commuters were affected by what could turn out to be the largest MRT breakdown in history. Singaporeans are shocked, Read MoreMore...
By Ariffin Sha To call it a disaster may be an understatement for the quarter of a million people stranded by the train breakdowns last evening. Yes, we do see breakdown pretty often but what happened last night was unprecedented. 250,000 commuters were Read MoreMore...