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LTA TO ENHANCE SIGNAGE AT TAXI STANDS AFTER BUS RAMS INTO IT

In order to help bus captains differentiate the various stopping points, the authority said it is looking into "increasing the prominence of the height limit signage and the visibility of the markings of the taxi lots". Bus captains are also constantly reminded by the bus operators to look out for the height limit signs, and have increased emphasis of these signs when training new bus captains.

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LTA SHOULD REVIEW ARCHAIC RULES AND ALLOW TAXIS TO DELIVER GOODS

Most of the taxi drivers say that this is an "archaic" rule, and it counters the Government trumpet-blowing of urging citizens to embrace disruptive technology and the gig economy. Drivers should not be denied a means to earn extra income, as already the market for the drivers are very tight and they can barely make a living just by picking up passengers.

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LTA: TRAIN DELAYS CAUSED BY LOOSE MAINTENANCE DOOR, NOTHING TO DO WITH OUR SIGNALLING

The LTA released a statement attributing the train delay this morning to intermittent power that was caused by a loose service maintenance door at Tiong Bahru MRT station. It assured that it has nothing to do with the new signalling system and said SMRT will conduct system-wide checks on its maintenance doors.

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WHY WAS OR KIM PEOW AWARDED ANOTHER TENDER WHILE UNDER LTA INVESTIGATION FOR WORKER DEATH?

If Or Kim Peow Construction was already under LTA investigation for safety violations after a worker of their died, why was Or Kim Peow awarded the tender when there were other capable companies who bid for the job? Shouldn't there be punitive action taken while a company is being investigated? How can a company who flouts safety rules be seen as being rewarded with a huge contract when their safety record is poor?

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