Ministry of Transport

NETIZEN WONDERS WHY SMRT CEO & TRANSPORT MINISTER NEVER HARAKIRI AFTER SO MANY TRANSPORT PROBLEMS

After news broke of the dismissal of the US 7th Fleet commander, Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin due to a "loss of confidence" in his ability to lead the fleet following several unfortunate accidents that led to the deaths of US sailors, Singaporean netizens have began asking similar questions about our public transportation.

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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT: SINGAPORE TO GET FLYING TAXIS SOON

Singaporeans will get to go home by flying taxis in the future, says the Ministry of Transport. According to a spokesperson, MOT is already taking initial steps to make this futuristic mode of transport a reality. Companies are already in talks with the ministry to start trials on drones that carry passengers.

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TRANSPORT MINISTRY DECLARES MRT TRAIN RELIABILITY UP 30% IN 2016

Latest data by Singapore's Ministry of Transport showed improvements on MRT train network performance. In 2016, trains clocked 174,000 km travelled between delays of more than 5 minutes, this is a 30% increase from the 133,000 km km travelled in 2015. These figures were released by the Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Transport at the 3rd Joint Forum on Infrastructure Maintenance.

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GOV DETERMINED TO INCREASE ALL PUBLIC CAR PARK RATES SOON

The government is planning to increase public car park rates for all public car parks, the Straits Times has reported. The Housing Development Board (HDB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority both confirmed with the paper that they are planning to introduce price hikes of both short term and season parking schemes soon.

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MRT BREAKDOWN AFFECTED STUDENTS TAKING NATIONAL EXAMS AGAIN

For more than 2 hours this morning, SMRT trains along the North-South line broke down due to a power fault, causing chaos and confusion among rush-hour commuters and school-going children once again. Unfortunately, tertiary level students who were supposed to sit for their English Language A Level papers found themselves rushing to find other means of transport to their destinations.

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KHAW BOON WAN IS THE MAN!

For years, Singaporeans have feedback to the govt about the lawlessness by some road users on Singapore roads. Cyclists have blatant flouted laws, going against traffic when they used the roads and pedestrian paths. E-bicycles have been illegally modified and some users have raced up to 70kmph. Motorcyclists have disobeyed traffic.

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