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Coronavirus: More relief for cabbies, Grab drivers

Taxi operator ComfortDelGro and ride-hailing firm Grab have announced additional measures to help cabbies and drivers affected by the coronavirus outbreak

Motoring News | 21 Feb 2020

Push for electric vehicles hailed but doubts remain

Major car brands and dealerships have backed the push to adopt electric vehicles, but questions about charging point availability still remain

Motoring News | 21 Feb 2020

Distance-based ERP 'several years' away

The Land Transport Authority said in June last year that the second generation ERP system is on track to be progressively rolled out from this year.

Motoring News | 18 Feb 2020

COE, vehicle tax revenue shrinks for FY2019

Revenue from certificates of entitlement and vehicle registration taxes for the financial year will shrink by $1.1 billion.

Motoring News | 18 Feb 2020

Push to promote electric vehicles in move to phase out ICE vehicles

Singapore will make electric vehicles more attractive from next year, with plans to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles by 2040.

Motoring News | 18 Feb 2020

SBS Transit posts 1.5% profit rise, but warns of rising costs

SBS Transit reported higher revenue and profit for 2019, but also warns of rising costs, especially in the operations and maintenance of its rail business

Motoring News | 14 Feb 2020

LTA awards 3 contracts for Jurong Region Line

$596m worth of deals cover design and construction of 4 stations and viaducts, as well as links to NSL and EWL stations

Motoring News | 14 Feb 2020

$77m fund to help cabbies, private-hire drivers tide over crisis

About 40,000 drivers will be eligible for $20 relief each day for three months from today

Motoring News | 14 Feb 2020

Study shows more will commute by walking and cycling in 10 years

A study by research firm Kantar reveals that Singapore will see a significant shift towards cycling and walking as a mode of transport in the next 10 years.

Motoring News | 14 Feb 2020

Bus, train ridership rises to new high

The latest statistics from the LTA reveal that commuters made more trips by buses, trains and private-hire vehicles last year, shying away from taxis.

Motoring News | 14 Feb 2020