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Train services restored on NSL, EWL and Circle lines after disruption due to power fault

A power fault shut down train service on parts of the North-South and East-West MRT Lines at around 7:00pm on 14 October 2020.

Motoring News | 15 Oct 2020

Carmaking returns to Singapore with new smart plant in Jurong

Factory to build up to 30,000 electric vehicles a year when completed by end-2022

Motoring News | 14 Oct 2020

Van, lorry rental firms report surge in business

Pandemic fuels demand for light commercial vehicles as people turn to delivery services

Motoring News | 14 Oct 2020

S'pore-made Hyundai electric cars for local market initially

Customers will be able to purchase and customise vehicles on phone - production starts once an order is confirmed

Motoring News | 14 Oct 2020

ERP charges to go up by $1 at 2 sets of gantries on CTE from Oct 12

Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates will rise on the Central Expressway (CTE) from next Monday (Oct 12).

Motoring News | 9 Oct 2020

COE prices end mixed, with commercial vehicle premium at highest in over two years

Dealers said the rush to clear stock of older commercial vehicle models before a new emission scheme kicks in next year has been driving up COE for goods vehicles and buses.

Motoring News | 7 Oct 2020

On-board unit for new ERP system gets go ahead

Senior Minister of State for Transport Amy Khor said the authorities will go ahead with the device, even as they continue to explore how to make it better.

Motoring News | 6 Oct 2020

Novena junction to be reconfigured for expressway works

A major traffic junction in Novena will be reconfigured from 17 October 2020 to make way for the construction of expressway tunnels.

Motoring News | 5 Oct 2020

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