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UK SURVEY: TAXI FARES IN SG THE 20TH CHEAPEST IN THE WORLD!

According to a survey by UK-based car dealer Carspring, taxi fares in Singapore are actually the 20th cheapest in the world. The survey supposedly took into account many factors such as the cost to hail a taxi, to travel from city centre to the airport, and cost per km. Do you think it's accurate? If it's really that cheap we wouldn't have to tahan train delays everyday.

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ROOT CAUSE OF MRT GLITCH FOUND, SOLUTION NOT FOUND

However, despite the discovery of "root causes" and imminent software patching work, Mr Lee made no commitment on when the new signalling system would settle down. LTA had said that it would take up to six months, or by November for the signalling system to be tweaked.

So, despite SMRT happily announcing the discovery of the root cause of the problems, the solution is still far from being reached. Expect more delays.

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STRANDED COMMUTERS DUE TO POWER FAULT LAST NIGHT BUT SMRT DUN GIVE A DAMN

A power fault late last night disrupted train services late last night on the NS Line with many hapless commuters taking to Twitter and FB to blast SMRT for not deploying staff to direct many who were stranded at the affected stations. Last night's fault was at least the second in one single day following a late morning track circuit fault on the EW Line.

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