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NEW DOWNTOWN LINE BETTER NOT BE FAULTY SINCE IT'S NOT BUILT 'DUE TO POLITICAL PRESSURE'

Our reader mocks the PAP for building Bukit Panjang LRT due to political pressure and wonders if the same is true for the upcoming Downtown Line. "As a Minister, Khaw has failed miserably. It seems he only knows ow to blame everyone else except himself".

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KHAW: BUKIT PANJANG LRT BUILT DUE TO POLITICAL PRESSURE, ITS BAD DESIGN MAKES ME DIZZY

Our beloved Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan divulged that the Bukit Panjang LRT system, which has been dogged with problems, was actually built due to political pressure. He insists, however, on upgrading it as the design is bad and makes him dizzy.

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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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S'PORE'S TRANSPORT MINISTER HAS BEEN FOUND, GAVE STATEMENT ON MRT LINES THAT DID NOT BREAKDOWN

After a hiatus of almost a month since the start of the Aidilfitri celebrations in June, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan has finally been found, this after he made a statement congratulating the Circle Lines and the Sengkang-Punggol LRT lines for not breaking down.

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LTA: STRAITS TIMES FALSELY REPORTED ABOUT LRT COLLISION AT SENGKANG

Orh hor, the Straits Times anyhow report that two LRTs collided at Sengkang! In its clarification today, the Land Transport Authority explained that ST's article was "erroneous" and "misleading" as there was no collision on the LRT line. It said the two LRTs were actually coupled and travelling as one train when it suddenly stalled, causing passengers to lose their balance. LTA believed people may have gotten the wrong impression that the trailing train-car collided with the one in front.

It assured the public that all passengers were alright as the staff manually drove them to another station safely.

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NORTH-SOUTH LINE & BUKIT PANJANG LRT GO DOWN IN ANOTHER PUBLIC TRANSPORT FAIL

The North-South (Red) MRT Line and the Bukit Panjang LRT line went down in the evening today within 30 minutes of each other. Photographs posted on Facebook by netizens showed stranded commuters making their way dangerously on the high ledge of the broken down LRT train. The LRT train had broken down just after leaving Teck Whye Station.

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STRAITS TIMES' POINTLESS VIDEO OF FAJAR LRT BECOMES #2 MOST TRENDING ON YOUTUBE

The Straits Times is causing a stir with its super exciting video of an LRT train leaving Fajar LRT station... but the reasons for the viral spread of the video remain unclear. According to a reader who alerted us to the video, ST shared a link to a video showing an LRT train closing its doors and leaving Fajar station for its next destination.

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