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Loophole in regulations still allow up to 90% loan on the purchase price

Registering a company continues to allow individuals to legally obtain a 90% car loan, although current loan curbs require at least a 40% cash down payment.

Motoring News | 5 Aug 2019

Viaduct collapse trial: Cracks found one month before fatal PIE incident

Structural defects had been discovered but support structures were not redesigned

Motoring News | 2 Aug 2019

SMRT Trains' losses soar to $155m on higher operating costs

Losses mount for rail operator SMRT Trains, as maintenance expenditure now accounts for 71% of rail-fare revenue, up from 45% just three years ago.

Motoring News | 1 Aug 2019

ERP rates up $1 at three places from next Monday

The ERP rates will be regularly adjusted in an effort to achieve an optimal speed range of 45km/h to 65km/h on expressways here.

Motoring News | 31 Jul 2019

Call to taxi firms and drivers to embrace change

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo urged taxi drivers to pick up digital skills to take advantage of technological improvements.

Motoring News | 31 Jul 2019

New U-turn to cut Newton Circus traffic

The new U-turn will allow traffic on Bukit Timah Road heading towards Woodlands to change direction and go back towards the city.

Motoring News | 29 Jul 2019

Tunnelling starts on Circle Line's final stage, existing line to be upgraded

The LTA said work on the Circle Line is progressing on track, with 66% of earth retaining and stabilising structure works being completed.

Motoring News | 25 Jul 2019

Food delivery firms to ensure PMD riders adhere to fire safety standard if deadline brought forward

The three major food delivery companies in Singapore have said that should a safety deadline for personal mobility devices (PMDs) be brought forward, they will ensure their riders comply with it.

Motoring News | 25 Jul 2019

LTA reviewing deadline for PMD safety compliance

PMDs on fire: LTA reviewing end-2020 deadline for device safety compliance

Motoring News | 24 Jul 2019

Not end of the road for flagging down a cab

Street hails continue to be a viable option for commuters even amid the rise of ride-hailing apps. But the new ERP system will make cruising for passengers expensive, says Senior Transport Correspondent Christopher Tan.

Motoring News | 24 Jul 2019