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Anywheel gets approval to expand shared bicycle fleet to 15,000

Bicycle-sharing firm Anywheel has received approval from the LTA to expand its bicycle fleet from 10,000 to 15,000 from July onwards.

Motoring News | 22 Jul 2020

SBS Transit installs plastic shields for bus captains

SBS Transit has installed transparent protective shields around the driver's seat on six of its buses to better ensure the safety of its bus drivers.

Motoring News | 21 Jul 2020

ERP charges to be reinstated at some parts of CTE

The reinstatement of ERP fees at these parts was due to traffic jams that were observed there during peak hours.

Motoring News | 21 Jul 2020

Four contracts worth a total of $682.5 million awarded for JRL

Four contracts worth a total of $682.5 million for the Jurong Region Line have been awarded by the Land Transport Authority.

Motoring News | 18 Jul 2020

Shorter operating hours for Thomson-East Coast line

Operating hours of train services on the Thomson-East Coast Line will be shortened from 20 July to 30 August in preparation for the next stage of its opening.

Motoring News | 16 Jul 2020

New restrictions on PMD use introduced

The new measures are part of the Government's changes to the Active Mobility Act to improve the safety of devices such as bicycles and electric scooters.

Motoring News | 13 Jul 2020

Slower buses a result of reduced ridership

Bus drivers have had to adjust their driving speeds, as the reduced ridership means less time spent waiting at bus stops.

Motoring News | 8 Jul 2020

Pump prices creep up at all retailers except for SPC

Pump prices have moved up in line with higher wholesale fuel prices as world economies reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns.

Motoring News | 7 Jul 2020

MRT reliability hits new high at mid-year

The MRT network has clocked 1.6 million train-km between delays for the period ended June 2020, up from 1.4 million in the first quarter.

Motoring News | 6 Jul 2020

New Green lane to be established for essential travel into Malaysia

A Reciprocal Green Lane, to be established at the Singapore-Malaysia border, will facilitate cross-border travel for essential business and official purposes.

Motoring News | 27 Jun 2020