Tag Archives: public transport

BEFORE JUDGING, PLEASE OPEN YOUR MOUTH TO ASK POLITELY FOR A SEAT?

You said you want to tell him off. Have you tried ASKING for a seat? Has the thought ever occured to you, to ask nicely first, before you start to make noise? Lastly, you said that a couple gave up their seat to you. What you SHOULD have done was to be thankful for this couple. The matter is settled. You should be thankful, and this matter should have been settled there and then. But instead, you decide to play judge on the person who didn’t offer you his seat, and shame him on Allsingaporestuff.

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PM LEE, YOU HAVE NOT FIXED OUR OVERCROWDED TRANSPORT SYSTEM!

No matter how early I leave house, the LRT is packed now compare to when just moved in to Fernvale. Perhaps due to more BTO projects,more residents. Even the LRT platform seems small now as more people waited on the platform for train, not to mention being packed like a can of sardine when train arrives.

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MRT DISRUPTIONS IN SINGAPORE 3 TIMES HONG KONG’S

It states that “the public has to be realistic about the MRT system. Even for Hong Kong, which has been touted as having the best rail operator, there were 12 major disruptions last year”. When I read the above – I had the feeling – kind of like being left hanging in the air.

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KHAW BOON WAN HINTED THAT HE MAY BECOME NEXT MINISTER OF TRANSPORT?

Rumors are abound about the possible appointment of former Health Minister and current Minister for National Development, Khaw Boon Wan, to the position of Transport Minister. However, the talk has intensified one week before Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is set to announce his new Cabinet following cryptic hints given by the Khaw himself.

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UBER DRIVER PROTESTS AGAINST MAKING DRIVERS CLOCK 80+HOURS-WEEKS

This URL, t.uber.com/sg-14s , is the incentives for week 14/09/2015 to 20/09/2015 (F1 week) for Uber drivers. Uber is encouraging drivers to drive 80+ hours for this week, by tempting drivers by the amount to be made for that week. Incentives changes week from week and drivers can only know the incentive for the next following week on Sunday night. Drivers makes most of their income from these incentives, making a majority of drivers trying to hit the top tier rewards. This is exceptionally dangerous as drivers whom are deprived from rest makes dangerous drivers. This will endanger our very own Singaporeans lives.

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