Tag Archives: Fare

WOMAN BOOKS UBER RIDE – 10 MINS RIDE BECAME 1H CITY TOUR

Twitter user Reg booked an Uber ride on Sunday (2 Oct). It was supposed to be a short ride to her office in Sentosa. According to the map, the route was straightforward. The driver just needed to take the bridge over to Sentosa and then make two turns. Uber had estimated that the cost of the ride would be $5.46.

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BODOH GRABCAR USER FAIL TO SEE STATED FARE, MAKES HUGE COMPLAINT AFTER EXPENSIVE TRIP

On 4/2 I tried to get a taxi through Grab's app which I had been doing on a almost weekly basis to NUH hospital. However I did not manage to get a taxi at that certain timing which is around 10+ in the morning, so the app prompted me to try Grab car instead. As this was my second time booking Grab Car, the first time fare was $24 and the uncle did prompted me the amount before setting off, I suppose that each and everytime the range should not differ that much. However, I was very wrong at the end of my second trip with Grab Car...

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LUI TUCK YEW: PUBLIC TRANSPORT FARES ARE MORE AFFORDABLE NOW

Public transport fares, particularly for those with lower income, have become more affordable over the years, said Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew. Data collected by the Public Transport Council (PTC) show that among households in the 21st to 40th income bracket percentile, the proportion they spend on public transport has fallen from 3.2 to 2.2 per cent between 2003 and 2013, he said.

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NO INCREASE IN BUS FARE TO M’SIA DESPITE TOLL HIKES

Commuters using public buses and tour coaches to travel to Malaysia can breathe easy despite the recent announcements on the Causeway toll hikes, at least for now. The three public bus services that go to Johor Baru are classified as basic services, for which fares can be revised only at the Public Transport Council’s (PTC) annual round of fare reviews. Similarly, private bus operators say they have no plans to raise ticket prices at the moment. Grassland Express and Tours’ general manager Tan Boon Huat and his counterpart at CitiExchange Express said their companies would absorb the hike.

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