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LTA announces co-funding for chargers in NLPRs

The LTA has announced that it will co-fund the installation costs of 2,000 EV chargers at NLPRs, as an early adoption incentive.

Motoring News | 19 Jul 2021

COE supply continues to shrink across the board

The average monthly supply of COEs for the quarter of Aug to Oct 2021 will drop to 4,659 from the current quarter's supply of 5,334.

Motoring News | 14 Jul 2021

Cycle & Carriage launches green delivery scheme

Its Maxus e Deliver 3 all-electric vans help to fulfil IKEA's last-mile parcel deliveries from IKEA's Alexandra store.

Motoring News | 8 Jul 2021

More MRT stations to open for our Northern residents come 28 August 2021

Transport Minister S. Iswaran has announced that the second stage of the Thomson-East Coast MRT Line will start running on 28 August 2021.

Motoring News | 30 Jun 2021

Harsher punishments ahead for errant street racers, e-bike riders, and those that just don't learn

Read on as we take you through what's in store for those pesky street racers, errant e-bike riders, and those that are just serial repeat offenders.

Motoring News | 29 Jun 2021

New restrictions kick in that ends import of errant PMDs and PABs

The new restrictions are said to stem the inflow of non-compliant devices, which will improve fire and public path safety for all.

Motoring News | 28 Jun 2021

New facilities at Pasir Ris interchange come 3 July 2021

The Pasir Ris bus interchange will get new facilites as it is reconfigured to make way for the Pasir Ris Integrated Transport Hub.

Motoring News | 21 Jun 2021

Census data reveals median public transport travelling times have gone up

The latest census 2020 data shows that the median travelling times across all public transport options have gone up.

Motoring News | 18 Jun 2021

Gojek cuts service fees after Grab announces fare hike

Gojek digs into its own pockets to launch a slew of initiatives to aid its driver partners, right after Grab declares a fare hike.

Motoring News | 14 Jun 2021

More money blown on taxi and PHV drivers, even as economy reopens

Another $40 million of taxpayer money is about to be blown on taxi and PHV drivers, even as ridership is expected to rise as the economy reopens.

Motoring News | 11 Jun 2021