Sunday, July 5, 2020
During the 4-hour-long extraordinary general meeting over the nationalisation of public transport operator SMRT, an unidentified man stood up and slammed CEO Desmond Kuek: "Saw Phaik Hwa is better than you." This outburst was met with applause...
At the press conference over the tragic death of two SMRT maintenance technicians, SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek said that the 0.5m width walkway at the track is safe and that the train was travelling on...
According to a Hongkong news media, the Singapore government and its state-owned public transport operator SMRT covered up a news of returning newly-ordered made-in-China MRT trains to their China manufacturers in Qingdao, China. The defective C151A...
Singapore taxi companies like TransCab and ComfortDelgro are charting millions of losses every month from un-hired taxis as more taxi drivers leave for Grabtaxi and Uber. As many as 800 un-hired taxis could be found...
A 23-year-old China national caught on camera jumping onto a moving car in an attempt to seek compensation, suffered fractures to his thigh bones and a head concussion from the impact. The incident took place along...
The Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) today (Jun 20) cautioned the public not to use GrabHitch, a new innovative Malaysia-Singapore cross-border car-sharing mobile application and threatened to jail offenders with a maximum S$3,000 fine and...
In a press conference after the announcement of nationalisation of assets, SMRT CEO complained that the company is not making enough profits and that public transport fares are too cheap. Former army general, Desmond Kwek, gave...
Former army general and SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek today (Apr 24) told state propaganda media Straits Times that train reliability has improved and that the trains are going "best class in the world": "The reliability of...
After being publicly shamed for covering up an incident where a faulty train which dangerously sped through three stations and having a malfunctioning emergency button, SMRT spoke up today (Aug 1), some 5 days after the...
Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan challenged the Malaysian government yesterday (July 11) saying that he will raise toll charges for Malaysian vehicles in response to Malaysia's raise toll charges for Singaporean vehicles. Minister Khaw Boon...