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Point-to-point regulatory framework to kick in by late October

The LTA will soon implement a long-delayed regulatory framework designed to level the playing field between cabbies and private-hire drivers.

Motoring News | 1 Oct 2020

COE premiums end mixed in latest tender, staying among their highest levels this year

A smaller supply of COEs continued to put pressure on bidding.

Motoring News | 23 Sep 2020

Private-hire car and taxi drivers to get help beyond expiry of relief fund: Amy Khor

The Government had earlier this year announced two point-to-point support packages to help drivers amid plummeting demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Motoring News | 14 Sep 2020

Congestion-pricing model to remain for new ERP system

Current model effective and distance-based charging has many implications: Ong Ye Kung

Motoring News | 11 Sep 2020

COE prices continue to climb with smaller quota, longer bidding period

Certificate of entitlement premiums for other vehicles all ended higher as a smaller quota and a longer bidding period amplified upward pressure.

Motoring News | 9 Sep 2020

Singapore to switch to a satellite-based ERP system by 2023

The installation of a new onboard unit to replace the current in-vehicle unit will start in the latter half of next year.

Motoring News | 8 Sep 2020

New ERP system: Motorists think three-piece onboard unit too big and clunky

The next-generation Electronic Road Pricing system features a three-piece onboard unit, including a touchscreen and processing unit.

Motoring News | 8 Sep 2020

No increase in public transport fares this year

The Public Transport Council has decided to freeze bus and train fares this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic in order to ease the burden on commuters.

Motoring News | 5 Sep 2020

30,000 low-income households to get public transport vouchers

The Government has decided to directly issue public transport vouchers to about 30,000 households, without the need for them to apply.

Motoring News | 4 Sep 2020

Underused road lanes could be turned into cycling or bus lanes

With the pandemic reducing traffic on the roads and changing commuting patterns, underused road lanes could be converted to cycling and bus lanes.

Motoring News | 28 Aug 2020