Ping Yi Secondary School

NEW SHUTTLE SERVICE 222P BRINGS RELIEF TO CHAI CHEE

COMMUTERS living at Chai Chee estate will get some relief during peak periods, after a new feeder route that complements an existing one was launched yesterday. Service 222P will run during the morning and evening peak periods on weekdays, to ease the crush and cut waiting times for those using 222. The "peak period short service" will ply a truncated route from Bedok MRT station through Chai Chee estate before heading back via New Upper Changi Road. This will provide residents with more buses to get to the MRT, and also benefit students from Ping Yi Secondary. Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin said residents have highlighted the overcrowding and long waits for service 222 for some time.

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[YOUR LETTERS] TRANSPORT AUTHORITIES FORCING SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TO DISTRIBUTE FLYERS?

My son is a student in Ping Yi Secondary School. The school has asked my son and his friends to distribute flyers to the public at bus stops to raise awareness about the new feeder bus service 222 in Chai Chee. This is outrageous! Why do you need to use students to raise awareness of a profit driven organisation? Their exams are also around the corner. Why are the transport authorities so desperate now?

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