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New Green lane to be established for essential travel into Malaysia

A Reciprocal Green Lane, to be established at the Singapore-Malaysia border, will facilitate cross-border travel for essential business and official purposes.

Motoring News | 27 Jun 2020

Gojek job cuts to have minimal impact on Singapore team

Indonesian start-up Gojek's job cuts amidst the pandemic are to be mostly contained within Indonesia, with minimal impact on its team in Singapore.

Motoring News | 24 Jun 2020

MRT network expansion plans to be delayed

Initial plans to expand Singapore's rail network by more than 50% will now be delayed as a result of the impact of COVID-19.

Motoring News | 22 Jun 2020

Public bus operators looking to hire 1,200 bus captains

The four public bus operators here are looking to collectively hire a total of 1,200 Singaporeans as bus captains this year.

Motoring News | 22 Jun 2020

Discussions ongoing with Malaysia over RTS link

Discussions with Malaysia about the construction of a cross-border Rapid Transit System Link are still ongoing ahead of a final deadline of 31 July 2020.

Motoring News | 22 Jun 2020

Demand for taxis, private-hire services still low in phase 2

Demand for taxi and private-hire services remains low as Singapore enters phase 2 of its reopening, while public transport ridership is expected to rise.

Motoring News | 21 Jun 2020

COE bidding exercises to resume on July 6

Certificate of entitlement (COE) bidding exercises will resume, with the first exercise starting on July 6.

Motoring News | 19 Jun 2020

GrabHitch resumed but GrabShare remains suspended

Commuters and drivers will be able to tap Grab's GrabHitch service from 22 June 2020, but the ride-sharing service GrabShare, will remain suspended.

Motoring News | 19 Jun 2020

14 public transport staff infected with COVID-19

The Ministry of Health has announced that 14 public bus or train staff members have caught COVID-19, but none has been found to have infected commuters.

Motoring News | 19 Jun 2020

Receipt printing compulsory for street-hail taxi rides

Taxi drivers will now have to issue printed receipts for all street-hail and phone booking trips or risk a $50 fine.

Motoring News | 14 Jun 2020