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Public deserves a full account of what is going on in the MRT system

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

by Ghui

The issues that have plagued Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) in the last few years are nothing new. Despite the many statements that have been made, the problems appear unabated. 629 more words

Current Affairs

MRT collision is no play play

Can really be jialat safety and convenience issues.

What happened has implications for the on-going introduction piecemeal introduction of the new signaling system.

The faulty train was operating on both the old and new signalling systems.  139 more words

SMRT defends CEO on Facebook against unsubstantiated forum troll accusation

(Source: mothership.sg)

You know times are tough for SMRT and its beleaguered CEO Desmond Kuek.

But you know times are especially tough when the public transport operator has to resort to defending its CEO on Facebook against an unsubstantiated accusation levelled against him that was originally posted on an anonymous forum. 272 more words

Current Affairs

Normal but slow train services on NSL this morning; Delay on DTL

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

Following their tweet last night that there will be no train service between Joo Koon and Tuas Link this morning (Thursday, 16 Nov), the Singapore Mass Rapid Transport (SMRT) repeated its post this morning at 4:43am: 570 more words

Current Affairs

'Confident Minister Khaw will sort things out': Shanmugam after Joo Koon train collision

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Minister for Home Affairs K Shanmugam said he was “confident” that Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan will be able to sort things out following Wednesday’s (Nov 15)  312 more words

Current Affairs

Khaw blaming Dr Goh for SMRT failings?

How can Khaw say we were poor money 30 yrs ago?

Thirty years ago, Singapore’s per capita GDP was about $16,000. Last year, in 2016, it has grown more than four times to about $73,000….So when there are people who criticise the North-South and East-West Lines on why we did not do this and that, we were simply short of cash.

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Infrastructure

Train Breakdowns & How to 'Fix' it

Number one. Do not blame the workers. There was once a worker died on the tracks and we don’t want to relive that scar. What if they all protest, and it’s super pressurising. 1,552 more words