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NETIZEN COMES UP WITH SOLUTIONS FOR SMRT TO HELP STUDENTS STUCK IN TRAIN DELAYS

A netizen came up with 4 solutions for SMRT to facilitate students who are late for exams due to train delays. She suggested linking up with taxi companies, having buses for students only and even preparing a room in the station for them to take their exams!

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TRAILER BREAKDOWN BLOCKING AN ENTIRE ROAD

The trailer that broke down while exiting a construction site along Upper Serangoon Road, was understood to be carrying concrete slabs. It was turning out of a construction site for Build-To-Order development Alkaff Vista onto Upper Serangoon Road when it broke down because of a mechanical fault.

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IT WILL TAKE 7 YEARS TO FIX MRT BREAKDOWNS!

But this will take up to seven years! It is a long haul for folks who have been waiting for a smoother ride since 2011″ – I would like to applaud and thank Christopher Tan for telling us what is arguably the most significant piece of information about the MRT, that I believe nobody (SMRT, transport ministry, media etc) has ever told Singaporeans – which is it “will take up to seven years” to fix the current breakdowns!

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MORE THAN 7K CASES OF FARE CHEATS LAST YR, ARE TRANSPORT FEES TOO STEEP?

There were more than 7000 cases of fare cheats in our public transport scene just last year. Does this mean there are many poor people in Singapore? Do people actually get their fares back despite train breakdowns? What's going on?

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SENGKANG LRT STATION INCONVENIENCE ELDERLY & DISABLED WITH FAULTY LIFTS, BAD DESIGN

A Sengkang resident is unhappy with the amenities at LRT stations as they create inconveniences for the elderly and wheelchair-bound. Shouldn't the LTA or grassroots leaders do something to make their lives easier?

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MORE UNPROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS GIVING LIFT PROBLEMS & POOR WORKMANSHIP, MPs MUST ACT AGAINST THEM!

Our reader praised MP Sun Xueling for speaking up about lift breakdowns in Punggol but added that the Home Improvement Programme poses another problem with its poor workmanship. He thinks more MPs should act on constructive feedback and take unprofessional contractors to task.

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