reliability

DEAR MR KHAW, DON'T JUST APPRAISE SELECTIVELY, BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR STATE OF TRANSPORT!

A netizen suggested for Minister Khaw Boon Wan to stop appraising himself selectively and take responsibility for the lack of MRT reliability today. He warned that Singaporeans are patient but there is still a limit, and advised him to be there in hours of need, "not disappear and only reappear again when the war is over".

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SMRT STATISTICS PROVE MRT SERVICE IS 300% MORE RELIABLE NOW

In 2011, MRT breakdown was 1 per 700 trips. After 3 years of diligent engineering effort by team, now its 1 per 2000 trips.Today, trains have 1 breakdown after 6 years running. (Me: I was surprised cos my car breaks down more often than that!!) In other words, events this week is an anomaly not norm. Things have really improved.

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LUI TUCK YEW: OUR PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATORS ARE DOING A GOOD JOB

In Parliament today, Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew said that Singapore's rail network has become more reliable in the last 2 years. He said that this was due to "substantial investments" made by the two public transport operators to maintain their rail networks. Giving some examples of the money spent on upgrading and maintenance, Lui said that the LTA, together with SMRT will be spending $500 million over the next 2 years to overhaul the trains on the Red and Green lines.

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LTA: Train Service Reliability has Improved

Train service reliability has improved in 2013 since the implementation of several targeted measures by the LTA-SMRT and LTA-SBS Transit (SBST) Joint Teams. SMRT and SBST are also enhancing service levels by increasing the number of train trips across their MRT lines. Across the MRT network, the number of incidents causing delays of more than 5 minutes for every 100,000 kilometres travelled has declined by 20% in 2013 compared to 2012.

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