North South Line

KHAW BOON WAN PRAISES NORTH SOUTH LINE, SAYS SYSTEM IS STABILIZING

He also pointed to the dip in the number of delays caused by the resignalling project, noting that there were six such delays last month, down from 20 in May when the live testing of the system started. He also said that the project is progressing much better than expected

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MRT NORTH SOUTH LINE DELAYS AGAIN, SOME STUCK FOR 40 MINUTES

However, most passengers said that the waiting time was far longer than what SMRT tweeted, with one commuter even saying that she was stuck on a MRT train at Choa Chu Kang station for 40 minutes. Another commuter said he took 40 minutes to travel from Yew Tee to Jurong East, which is just four stations apart.

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FAULTY SHUTTER ADDS WOES TO COMMUTERS STUCK IN STALLED TRAIN BET CITY HALL & RAFFLES

Besides being delayed for more than 20 minutes this morning while making their way to work, commuters along the North South Line around the downtown core area of Raffles Place had to endure another obstacle in their way.

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LTA TO TEST NEW SIGNAL SYSTEM, TRAINS TO STOP MOVING FOR 10 MINUTES

On Tuesday night, SMRT and LTA have announced that trains will be stopped for 10 minutes at 11pm, for the new signalling system to be tested. About 30 trains will be in operation at this time, and all 30 trains will be stopped on tracks for the tests. These tests are done on the North South Line (NSL). Once the signalling mode has taken over, the train service will resume, said LTA and SMRT again.

Strange. First, they said for 10 minutes, then the train service will resume once testing passed and the new signalling system goes into effect. Which is which? Never mind that, let's just hope the maximum time the trains will be stopped on the tracks is 10 minutes, and not 10 hours.

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