Tag Archives: Land Transport Authority

NETIZENS CALL ON LUI TUCK YEW AND DESMOND KUEK TO RESIGN

In the wake of the massive MRT breakdown along the North-South (NS Line) and East-West (EW Line) MRT lines, netizens have taken to Lui Tuck Yew and SMRT Corporation's Facebook pages to vent their anger at being trapped outside for hours with no means of transport to get them home.

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LUI TUCK YEW: I AM EXTREMELY CONCERNED WITH TODAY’S BREAKDOWN

In the wake of the biggest MRT breakdown in Singapore history, Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew has finally come up with a statement, although his words are probably little comfort to the many Singaporeans still stuck outside in the sweltering heat, squeezed like sardines into MRT train cabins, buses and long snaking queues for alternate modes of public transport.

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PASSENGER ON SBS8846A: SBS BUS DRIVER DID NOTHING WRONG!

She was deeply traumatised by the commotion caused by the writer and the PMS auntie in the bus. According to my mum, the driver was not speeding and the road was bumpy due to the construction of the Thomson MRT line. U can see the driver wearing safety gloves to stabilise the steering wheel of the bus. Throughout the journey the PMS auntie was hurling abuses at the bus driver and the writer stood beside the bus driver and took pictures of his face. The writer held his phone close to the driver's face and shoot his face!

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OPEN LETTER OF COMPLAINT TO SBS, TP & LTA ABOUT SBS DRIVER OF SBS 8846A

Although I have never experienced the kind of terror that the passengers experienced in this video, but this incident has hit too close to home. I am now genuinely afraid for my safety and my family's safety whenever I board SBS bus 269. Even worse is the unrepentant and arrogant manner of the bus driver, who did not even bother to slow down or apologise for his reckless driving. Instead, when his passengers scolded him and asked him to slow down, he got angry and drove even more recklessly, weaving in and out of lanes as in the video. Is this the kind of service standard that we are to expect from employees of your company?

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LTA GIVE CHANCE TO MOTORIST BECAUSE OF “GOOD RECORD”

I just received a letter from LTA informing me that I had committed a traffic offence, i.e. Parking opposite continuous white line. This offence carried a compound fine of S$70.00. However, LTA had instead just give moi a warning, quote “in view of your good record, we will not be taking any action against you this time.” LTA so kind? Elections coming liao?

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LTA: TAXI DRIVERS MUST DRIVE 250KM MINIMUM PER DAY

On average, taxi drivers must now drive at least 250KM per day, according to new rules established by the Land Transport Authority. However, since the implementation of this new ruling, many taxi drivers have found it difficult to meet this requirement.

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