Monday, May 25, 2020
In response to unhappiness over the record 7% fare raise, ex-Malaysian PAP Minister Janil Puthucheary defended the government saying that the fare raise is to help the poor access more subsidies: "The fare increases over the...
After over 8 years of persistent train breakdowns, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan finally gave up and announced that train maintenance will be done by the manufacturers instead. The S$1.1 million-a-year PAP Minister said that...
In yet another propaganda fake news by the dishonest incumbent dictatorship today (Nov 2), Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan claimed that local train services have reached a "new level of reliability". The S$1.1 million-a-year minister...
A day just before the government Public Transport Council (PTC) announced a rapid 4.3% increase in fares, the Downtown Line (DTL) saw a major train breakdown lasting over 30 minutes on Monday evening. According to...
Through the Public Transport Council, corrupted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has ordered the legal maximum increase in public transport fares of 4.3%, greatly benefiting his wife Ho Ching's Temasek Holdings in the process. The...
In a propaganda fake news published by the Public Transport Council (PTC), Singapore has the world's second most affordable public transport in the world. The government study - unavailable publicly - was commissioned by government...
According to state media Straits Times, Singapore's state-owned duopoly public transport operators, SBS Transit and SMRT, has sent in their request to the government's Public Transport Council (PTC) to raise fares. The propaganda papers also...
Blaming its maintenance staff for a prolonged 7-hour train breakdown yesterday (Sep 19), SMRT and Senior Minister of Transport Janil Puthucheary said the repair team had to make six trips to repair a particular track...
Temasek Holdings-owned transport operator SMRT yesterday (Sep 14) announced the shutting down of its subsidiary, Railise Pte. Ltd, losing undisclosed tens of millions. The subsidiary company that provided rail engineering solutions had to shut down...
Singapore's Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan failed to receive his US$125 million penalty or convince Malaysia in proceeding ahead with the High Speed Rail (HSR) construction yesterday (Sep 5). The decision to proceed will be...