Sunday, July 5, 2020
After being slammed by States Times Review for not having a deadline in the signal tests resulting in weekly train breakdowns, SMRT Trains CEO Lee Ling Wee yesterday (July 14) said that the test will...
Fired against his will, SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek was forced to resign in an announcement scheduled tomorrow (Apr 18) and a new army general, Neo Kian Hong, will take over. Like Desmond Kuek, Neo Kian...
In a media conference concluding the flooded train tunnel incident, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) pushed all blame to SMRT and refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing. "The Bishan MRT tunnel flooding incident was entirely preventable. The...
A poorly-coordinated delayed flight on Scoot has led to their parent company Singapore Airlines suffering a public relations disaster, with passengers slamming the airline company for pushing away responsibilities. Writing on the Facebook post of...
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan finally appeared in media reports today (Jan 21) after months of going into hiding from criticisms over the persistent train breakdown cases. The Minister's last media statement on the train...
Japan Minister for Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Keiichi Ishii told Singapore media that if Japan wins the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project, the country will rope in Singaporean companies to produce made-in-Singapore...
In his first media appearance since Nov 2016, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan spoke at the opening of the Singapore Rail Academy today (Feb 23) claiming that 15,000 rail workers are needed by 2030 in...
Government-owned transport operator SMRT yesterday (Nov 6) announced in a press release that the internal audit is over and 13 staff were found to be responsible for the flooded tunnel incident on Oct 7. SMRT...
According to a visiting professor from Japan in Singapore, the High Speed Rail (HSR) will run into losses as neither Singapore nor Kuala Lumpur has the population density to achieve profits. In his letter to...
Stations between Newton and Raffles Place on the North South Line (NSL) saw it's second break down again during the peak hour morning crowd today (Feb 1) after yesterday's disruption. According to a commuter,  he...