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Face masks will stay compulsory on public transport

The LTA has announced that transport commuters will have to continue wearing a mask when the heightened safe distancing measures are lifted.

Motoring News | 21 Apr 2020

Crowding experienced on some trains due to reduced frequency

Reports of crowded trains have surfaced on the first day of lower service frequency, leading to calls for a review of service reductions.

Motoring News | 19 Apr 2020

Extended grace period for HDB and URA car parks to aid deliveries

HDB and URA will extend the grace period at their EPS car parks from the current 10 minutes to 20 minutes in order to aid delivery services.

Motoring News | 18 Apr 2020

Cabbies and PHV drivers turn to deliveries

Some 700 cabbies across companies like ComfortDelGro, SMRT Taxis and TransCab have taken up doing food deliveries as income from fares fall.

Motoring News | 18 Apr 2020

Carpooling now illegal amid COVID-19 outbreak

Carpooling is now illegal after the Transport Ministry revoked a law allowing it to be carried out under some conditions.

Motoring News | 17 Apr 2020

Singapore to get new MRT testing centre

South Korea's GS Engineering and Construction has clinched a $639.5 million contract to build Singapore's first MRT testing facility

Motoring News | 17 Apr 2020

Food delivery riders who breach distancing rules to be blacklisted

Food delivery riders who are caught failing to adhere to social distancing guidelines will be blacklisted for 12 months

Motoring News | 16 Apr 2020

Trains and buses to run at longer intervals

Trains and buses will run at reduced frequency as ridership on public transport plunges in the current circuit breaker period.

Motoring News | 15 Apr 2020

Face masks now compulsory on public transport

All commuters will soon need to wear masks on public transport to curb the spread of COVID-19, even after the circuit breaker period.

Motoring News | 11 Apr 2020

Safe distancing measures to be implemented on public transport

Safe distancing measures will be progressively rolled out on all trains, train stations, buses, bus stops and interchanges to combat the COVID-19 outbreak.

Motoring News | 9 Apr 2020