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1,500 ComfortDelGro cabbies complete digital skills training

About 1,500 taxi drivers from ComfortDelGro have been trained in digital skills, now capable of using various apps to improve productivity

Motoring News | 20 Sep 2019

27 more overhead bridges to be installed with lifts: LTA

The Land Transport Authority has called a tender to build lifts at 27 more overhead bridges, to be progressively installed from 2022

Motoring News | 20 Sep 2019

First phase of Thomson-East Coast Line to open before Chinese New Year next year, with three stations in Woodlands

The first phase of the Thomson-East Coast Line, consisting of three stations in Woodlands, will open before Chinese New Year next year

Motoring News | 19 Sep 2019

Many yet to apply for transport voucher

More than one-third of eligible households have yet to apply for the transport voucher after the last fare revision exercise last year.

Motoring News | 19 Sep 2019

ComfortDelGro listed on sustainability index

ComfortDelGro Corp is now on the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index, a key reference point in sustainability investing.

Motoring News | 18 Sep 2019

New all-in-one transit app launches

The new Zipster app brings on one platform all public transport operators in Singapore, as well as major companies such as Grab, Gojek and BlueSG.

Motoring News | 17 Sep 2019

Cyclists and PMD users concerned over ban in common areas

Cyclists and PMD users are expressing concern over a ban on the use of bicycles and PMDs in common properties in HDB estates.

Motoring News | 16 Sep 2019

Construction on Jurong Region Line to start next year

Construction works for five stations on the new Jurong Region Line are expected to start next year and slated for completion in 2026.

Motoring News | 12 Sep 2019

ComfortDelGro taxis increase use of tech in the face of competition

The firm has embarked upon a digital transformation in order to face increasing competition from private-hire firms.

Motoring News | 10 Sep 2019

LTA to minimise impact of Grab couriers on commuters

LTA will work with operators and introduce measures to ensure the introduced courier service does not affect commuter services.

Motoring News | 9 Sep 2019