Sunday, July 5, 2020
Singapore's Circle Line saw a major breakdown yesterday (Aug 3) on the same day after Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan came out from weeks of hiding to officiate the opening of Terminal 4. At 6.07pm...
In his speech at the opening of the Terminal 4, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan took care not to reveal the pricing of the Terminal 5. The corrupted millionaire minister from Malaysia Penang said Singapore...
Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan openly lied claiming that S$250 million has been spent on the construction of the High Speed Rail (HSR) terminal in Jurong. According to media reports, the HSR is currently only...
Speaking to the state media today (July 9), Singapore's Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan threatened Malaysia that he will demand for the full penalty, estimated at RM500 million, and add more claims to the amount: "The...
Newly-nationalised public transport operator SMRT has just posted its first loss since inception. In a press release, SMRT published in it's annual operations review report that the state-owned company saw a S$86 million loss due...
The Johor state government today (June 3) told local media that they support the abolition of the High Speed Rail (HSR) construction. Johor Chief Minister Osman Sapian reasoned that the project is too costly and...
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan today (June 1) openly threatened Malaysia vowing to make Malaysia pay for expenses in addition to the contracted compensation clause of US$125 million: "Should Malaysia cancel the project, Singapore will study...
Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad has confirmed in an interview with Malaysian media that the High Speed Rail exstension project for Singapore will be terminated. The Malaysian leader said the government is in debt currently...
According to state media Straits Times, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has received the first out of 91 trains from China. The four-car train manufactured by China's Qingdao Sifang are based off train designs by...
Temasek Holdings-linked transport operator ComfortDelgro may have managed to claw back part of it's S$642 million from Uber after the American corporation agreed to let them pulled out of the deal. In Dec 2017, ComfortDelgro...