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Khaw: Job opportunities still available in rail sector

Job opportunities are still plentiful for engineering students as Singapore continues work on rail sector projects despite the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Motoring News | 29 May 2020

ComfortDelGro halves taxi rental waiver for June 2020

With demand for taxis expected to recover, taxi drivers for ComfortDelGro will pay half the usual rental rates for the month of June.

Motoring News | 28 May 2020

SPC resists raising petrol pump price

Singapore Petroleum Co has kept its pump prices unchanged since 6 May 2020, bucking the price rises from all rival retailers.

Motoring News | 26 May 2020

Motor traders appeal for vehicle sales to resume

Motor traders have sent an appeal to the government to allow vehicle sales to resume when the circuit breaker is lifted next month.

Motoring News | 25 May 2020

COE bidding to remain suspended after circuit breaker ends

The Land Transport Authority has clarified that COE bidding will continue to be suspended until motor dealerships and showrooms are allowed to reopen.

Motoring News | 23 May 2020

ComfortDelGro trials plastic shield to protect cabbies

ComfortDelGro will install 400 of its cabs with plastic shields that separate the driver from the passengers in a bid to reduce to spread of COVID-19.

Motoring News | 21 May 2020

Distancing measures to remain on trains and buses

Commuters will have to wear masks and refrain from talking on the phone or to one another on public transport to avoid spreading droplets.

Motoring News | 20 May 2020

Car showrooms to remain closed after 2 June 2020

Vehicle showrooms will remain closed and motor firms will not be allowed to conduct customer test-drives, although workshop services will be allowed to resume.

Motoring News | 20 May 2020

Pump prices for petrol begin to creep upward

95-octane grade petrol at Esso and Shell stations is now $2.02 a litre, while 98-octane petrol is retailing at $2.39 and $2.41 respectively.

Motoring News | 19 May 2020

Refunds announced for unused concession passes

TransitLink will refund concession cardholders the unused value of their monthly concession passes till the end of the circuit breaker period.

Motoring News | 18 May 2020