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Old December 22nd, 2005, 07:41 AM   #1261
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22 December 2005

SBS Transit introduces special bus services to Kallang Stadium
By Jason Tan, Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : SBS Transit will introduce special bus services to Kallang Stadium during special events when the demand for public transport is high.

Called Stadium Direct, they will serve commuters in Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, Boon Lay and Tampines, providing direct links from the housing estates to the stadium.

The first special bus service will operate on Friday for the 'Very A-Do Live' concert.

Two other services will operate next year - for the Stephanie Sun Live concert on January 14 and for the Backstreet Boys Tour concert on January 24.

At the end of each selected event, the buses will pick up passengers at the bus stop after Kallang Theatre along Stadium Walk for return trips back to the housing estates.

Stadium Direct services will charge a flat fare of $2 for adults and $1 for students, children or senior citizen paying by ez-link card or cash.

Concession rates and e-stamps will not be applicable. - CNA/de

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Posted by busfreak_162 @ http://buses.sgforums.com

LED Display In An SMRT Bus (Showing The Name Of The Next Bus Stop)

* Installed On Most SMRT Buses

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Old December 23rd, 2005, 12:40 AM   #1263
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Alot of Singapore's buses are very similar to Hong Kong! Though HK doesn't have Mercedes for a taxi!

Hong Kong's buses still look better though, mainly because HK has more types of double deck buses.
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Old December 23rd, 2005, 03:58 AM   #1264
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Dec 23, 2005
X'Mass Rapid Transit

Christmas came early for about 20,000 commuters yesterday when SBS Transit executives turned out in Santa Claus outfits to distribute gifts as part of the company's annual Thank You Commuters Day.

The company gave out packets of chocolates placed in tiny Santa boots as well as limited edition bus and train models to passing commuters at Seng Kang and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations, as well as Bedok and Toa Payoh bus interchanges.

'We thought this would be a fun way to reach out to commuters,' said SBS Transit executive director Ong Boon Leong.

To add to the festivities, a three-member choir, formed by SBS Transit rail and bus staff, entertained passengers with Christmas carols.

This is the eighth year SBS Transit has conducted its Thank You Commuters Day. In previous years, staff handed out goodies like bags of rice, three-in-one coffee mixes and mints.

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Old December 23rd, 2005, 04:06 PM   #1265
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23 December 2005

Transport sector's highs and lows in year 2005
By Asha Popatlal, Channel NewsAsia

The transport sector got off to a flying start this year, with the focus on air rights and consolidation in the budget carrier sector.

But back on land, the sector hit a few road blocks with public transport fare increases and an outcry over the well-known Buangkok 'white elephants'.

It was a success story for air transport.

Less than two years after taking off, budget carriers now make up almost one in 10 flights out of Changi airport.

But it remains a tough business as in the first sign of market consolidation, Valuair and Jetstar Asia merged after a highly turbulent courtship.

Looking ahead, the next big fight looks to be in getting air rights into the restricted skies of some Asian cities.

Nicholas Ionides, The Flight Group's regional managing editor (Asia), said: "One of the challenges here for low cost carriers is: you are operating across different countries with different regulatory systems and different ownership rules. In Europe, where low cost carriers have been operating, it's primarily a domestic market, so they can fly anywhere within the EU."

Open skies was also an ongoing issue between Singapore and Australia.

Singapore Airlines has been trying to get a piece of the lucrative trans-Pacific route between Australia and the US.

But Qantas, the main carrier for that route which contributes 15% to its profits, has so far successfully lobbied Australian lawmakers against such a deal.

Back on land, motorists however had better luck as COE prices reached record lows, with many holding their breaths as they dipped below the psychological $10,000 mark in December.

The hikes in bus and MRT fares were also one of the biggest stories of the year.

But with a new pricing formula keeping the increases to between one cent and three cents as well as a fund to help the lower income group cope with the fare hikes, reactions this time were more muted than the outcry in 2002.

The protests, however, were a little more creative over the ready-but-closed Buangkok MRT station.

Cut-outs of white elephant were used to convey the message that the MRT station was just like a white elephant.

The cut-outs raised some eyebrows, first in amusement and then in surprise as the police got into the picture and issued a stern warning.

But the elephants may have had the last laugh as Transport Minister Yeo Cheow Tong announced later that the Buangkok MRT station will open in January. - CNA/ir

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Old December 24th, 2005, 08:37 AM   #1266
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Hopefully they open it soon.....
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Old December 24th, 2005, 01:41 PM   #1267
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Dec 24, 2005
Hike likely in school bus fares next year
Members of major school bus group to up monthly fares by as much as $5

By Goh Chin Lian

SCHOOL bus fares look set to go up next year, as bus owners seek to offset higher diesel costs.

The 1,000-member Singapore School Transport Association, which has 90 per cent of the school bus market, is calling a press conference on Tuesday to announce the reasons for a fare increase.

Association president Wong Ann Lin declined to say yesterday how much of an increase it is recommending, but some members told The Straits Times they are already planning to raise their fares by between $2 and $5 a month. Most fares are between $50 and $200, Mr Wong said.

Transport giant ComfortDelGro's subsidiary Comfort Bus, which does not belong to the association, told The Straits Times it will raise its school bus fares next month by 10 per cent, or between $3 and $10. This will apply to more than 3,000 students at seven schools.

School bus operators said the last across-the-board increase was at least two to three years ago. They say that a fare increase is overdue because diesel prices have doubled in the past year, while insurance costs have climbed by up to 500 per cent.

More details of the operating costs are expected to be made public at Tuesday's press conference.

The association plans to reveal the findings of a study of the cost structure and fares by Associate Professor Anthony Chin of the Singapore Centre for Applied and Policy Economics at the National University of Singapore. The association has been in touch with the Consumers Association of Singapore (Case) regarding the high operating costs and the need for a fare increase.

Case president Yeo Guat Kwang commended the association for its plans to be transparent to the public about the operating costs, as well as for asking its members to offset the fare increase for needy students.

A spokesman for the 600-member Singapore School and Private Hire Bus Owners' Association, which also has school bus drivers, would not say if it will recommend a fare increase. But one member already plans to increase fares by $5 for his 100 or so students.

School bus driver Goh Kwang Wah, who said he has not increased his fares for at least five years, told The Straits Times in Mandarin: 'The diesel price is so high. If we don't increase, we can't survive. The increase won't cover even half of the diesel price increase.'

Housewife Cellina Lim, who pays him $56 a month for ferrying her two daughters aged eight and 10, said: 'We don't have a choice.'

There is no direct bus service between her daughters' school in Bukit Timah and their home in Bukit Panjang, she said. She is also not sure if a new bus driver would be as safe and reliable as Mr Goh.

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Old December 24th, 2005, 01:44 PM   #1268
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Dec 24, 2005
Measures in place to ensure safe ride on NEL

I REFER to the letter, 'What if accident happened on NEL?' (ST, Dec 9), by Mr Joseph Wong Yong Lye. Many measures have been put in place to ensure the North East Line (NEL)'s safety and security, more so because it is driverless.

Apart from decals and announcements to remind passengers to mind the gap between a train and the platform, NEL is equipped with a signalling system which checks that all train doors are closed before a train can depart from the station.

If the train door detects any obstruction, it will reopen to enable passengers to remove the obstruction. If the obstruction is not removed, all the train doors will re-open and the train will not depart.

In the meantime, the signalling system will send a door-obstruction alert to our control centre and staff at the station will be alerted to investigate the cause of the obstruction and render assistance.

Our NEL station platforms are also equipped with Emergency Train Stop buttons which passengers can activate during an emergency.

Passengers can also make use of the red Emergency Telephone at the platform to alert our staff at the Passenger Service Centre.

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Old December 27th, 2005, 05:42 AM   #1269
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So what kind of technology is it? It looks rubber-tire, but someone mentioned Skytrain.
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Old December 27th, 2005, 01:15 PM   #1270
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Dec 27, 2005
Smart taxi most lacking in quality standards

SMART Automobile faces the most financial penalties after failing to meet some quality service standards and accident rate requirements set by the Land Transport Authority (LTA).

The company faces a fine of $2,000 for not keeping its accident rate down to no more than two accidents for every 10 million-km travelled for a period of three months.

Smart Automobile will also face financial penalties of $6,697 for failing to comply with 2 performance indicators set under the Taxi Quality of Service (QoS) standards.

The company was unable to meet the 'Call Answer Rate' standard between June and September 2005 and 'Cater Rate' for the months of June, July and August 2005.

Under the 'Call Answer Rate' measurement, the percentage of calls answered by the taxi despatch system should hit at least 90 per cent.

Cater Rate on the other hand sets the benchmark for calls that lead to a taxi being allocated to a caller, and this should be at least 90 per cent of the time.

Two other newcomer taxi companies were also given penalties for not meeting the 'Call Answer Rate ' standard.

Trans-Cab failed in two consecutive months and will pay penalties of $3,180 while Premier Taxis will pay $2,988 for failing to comply for three consecutive months.

Yellow-Top Cab was fined $3,471 for not keeping its accident rate down from April to June 2005.

Under the Taxi Operator Licence framework, licensees must comply with a set of Quality of Service standards, which were introduced in June 2003 to improve taxi services for commuters.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) monitors the performance of the taxi companies in three areas, namely Availability of Taxis via Radiophone Booking, Safety and Customer Satisfaction.

Financial penalties may be imposed if the taxi companies fail to meet the standards in two consecutive months.

The quantum is computed based on the company's taxi fleet size and degree of non-compliance.

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Old December 27th, 2005, 01:49 PM   #1271
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Nice taxis.
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Old December 27th, 2005, 02:47 PM   #1272
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Its termed Changi Airport Skytrain but its not really the skytrain in other places.

Its a fully automatic and driverless airport people mover type system running on rubber tyres and powered by third rail. Passenger capacity is light.

The trains you see are of the ''Crystal Mover'' series, produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

They will have flight information displays (LCD) inside each car.

Similar systems are also running in Singapore, though these systems serve the residential suburbs, acting as a feeder service to the subway line.

These cars are currently undergoing testing and trial runs and will eventually be opened to connect all terminals at Changi Airport, replacing the current system, which is also a rubber tyred system.
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which system is it?

rubber, cable, rail, magnetic???
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Old December 28th, 2005, 09:42 AM   #1274
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28 December 2005

New job scheme allows SMRT bus drivers to work 5-day week

SINGAPORE : From January 3 next year, SMRT bus drivers can enjoy a five-day shift work week, dual career option and $1,200 starting pay, along with attractive medical benefits and incentives.

All these have been made possible through the company's Job Recreation Programme (JRP) Service Leader Scheme.

The scheme was launched on Wednesday by Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and NTUC Deputy Secretary-General, Mr Lim Swee Say.

The SMRT said the scheme was designed to enrich the job content and provide more career options for the bus driver, as well as meet the company's business and operational needs.

The highlights include a five-day shift work week and the dual career path, where drivers can choose to enrich their skills to perform first-line technical trouble shooting on the road, or convert to be a technician with SMRT Automotive Services.

In line with the initiative, SMRT bus drivers, currently known as Service Captains, will be renamed as Service Leaders.

SMRT said it had been working closely with the union to enhance the welfare, wage structure and career prospects of its service staff.

Under the new scheme, SMRT bus drivers would be enjoy a balanced work life, competitive remuneration package as well as given opportunities for growth, skills enhancement and career progression. - CNA/de

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By the way, how's the airconditioning in SG buses? Are they as cold as HK buses?
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Old December 28th, 2005, 02:40 PM   #1276
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Like anywhere else, it generally depends on the weather and time. On rainy nights, it feels as though I am inside the refrigerator compartment.

I guess I consider Singapore's buses generally warm (when their air conditioning has only just been switched on after leaving the bus interchange) or acceptable (not cool, but certainly not warm either)...buses here too me are generally old as compared to HK's & the heat really penetrates the buses at times...

The trains are definitely cooler. I don't complain at all. The number of times I complain about the heat in buses is around 4/10 whereas when it comes to trains its about 2/10.
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Old December 31st, 2005, 03:12 AM   #1277
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30 December 2005

Buangkok residents welcome opening of MRT station on Jan 15
By Asha Popatlal, Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : Buangkok residents will have double reason to rejoice in the new year.

Not only will Buangkok MRT station finally open on January 15, as of now, SBS Transit says it is not planning a bus rationalisation exercise - a move that usually follows many station openings.

39-year-old systems engineer Jason Ong has waited for an MRT station for 13 years.

He moved to the area in 1992 as a newly-wed was because there were already plans then for an MRT station.

Jason said, "At that time, when I went down to (the) old HDB Hub at Bukit Merah, (the) proposed development plan site (was) just beside block 548 where I am currently staying - we chose this block particularly for this reason."

13 years and two children later, hopes were dashed, when the North East Line opened without Buangkok.

But that will soon change.

Jason said, "(I) can easily get to Harbourfront - one of the tourist attractions...can easily get there within 28 minutes, whereas in the past, we used to take an hour to reach Sentosa."

Other residents also welcomed the news.

One resident said, "I think it will save a lot of cost especially for the residents, because it's just walking distance rather than now we (got to) take (a) feeder service to Hougang station."

Another added, "It's very convenient because I always have to rush to work early in the morning."

Preparations are underway as SBS Transit gets the underground station all ready for its grand opening on January 15.

For now, Buangkok's projected daily ridership is about 2,500 to 3,000 passengers daily.

This is a far cry from the North East Line's busiest station Sengkang, which attracts 35,000 passengers daily, and even its least busiest station Punggol, with 7,000 passengers daily.

But MP Charles Chong, who has been fighting for more than two years for the station to open, is convinced the numbers will climb.

The MP for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC said, "If you look around, (there are) more than 100 blocks within 400 metres, and if you talk about 500 metres, about 2 to 3 thousand units fully occupied...and if you look at the construction that is going on around here, (it is) just a matter of time before it becomes densely populated...I don't think SBS Transit will have to worry."

On opening day, a giant red ribbon will be tied around the station and up to 800 residents will be invited to do the honours - with the VIPs. - CNA/ms

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15 days to the start of passenger service for Singapore's 64th MRT station.
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Old January 2nd, 2006, 05:07 AM   #1279
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Jan 2, 2006
First time entire buildings are demolished and rebuilt because of LTA project
MRT line: 5 houses torn down near completion

By Christopher Tan

FIVE houses off Bartley Road are the first buildings that the Land Transport Authority (LTA) have 'saved' by rebuilding them completely after they were demolished because of a project.

The owners of the five houses can soon move back into their stylishly reconstructed homes.

The original houses, which cost about $1 million each when they first came on the market in the mid-1990s, had to be torn down in August 2004 because the piles on which they were built were so deep they got in the way of tunnels being constructed 20m below ground for the Circle MRT Line.

Now, the three-storey 99-year-lease terraces in Jalan Rindu are close to completion, said Mr Yong Mee Him, director of construction company Woh Hup Pte Ltd, which is building the Circle Line stretch from Bartley to Marymount.

The multi-million-dollar MRT contract calls for the rebuilding of the five houses, at an estimated total cost of $2.5 million.

Mr Yong said the houses could have been completed on Dec 31, but 'one or two owners wanted more alterations, like changing the floor tiles' so it would take another month or so to finish.

Also, the LTA said tunnelling works along the stretch had not been completed.

'During construction of one of the tunnels at Serangoon station, the contractor encountered unforeseen groundwater... and extensive grouting works had to be carried out,' an LTA spokesman said.

'As a result, progress of the tunnelling works was affected,' she added, and owners had been kept informed.

She said owners could move back into their rebuilt homes now, but they had the option to wait until the end of this year.

'This is just to be on the safer side,' she explained.

Owners who choose to move back later can continue to live in rented premises paid for by the authorities.

This was the first time entire buildings were torn down and rebuilt because of an LTA project. In the past, parts of buildings had to make way for public works.

Occupants of eight HDB units and a coffee shop in Toa Payoh had to be relocated temporarily when the North-south line was being built.

The Foochow Methodist Church also had to be vacated during the construction of the North-east line.

Businessman Tan Swee Lin, 46, who owns a corner unit in Jalan Rindu, is happy with how his rebuilt house has turned out, and described it as a huge improvement over the original.

'We are in no hurry to move back in, although we have the option to do so now,' he said.

'We are putting up in a condo in Serangoon.'

Mr Tan said the houses will be given the once-over again when tunnelling is completed.

Tunnelling, from Serangoon station to Bartley, should be completed by year-end, said the LTA.

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Singapore holds largest-ever terror attack response drill

SINGAPORE: A big civil emergency exercise was held in Singapore on Sunday morning to test the preparedness of various agencies and the public in case of a terror attack in the country.

The drill started at 6.25am and lasted till 9.30am.

Codenamed Exercise NorthStar V, it was Singapore's first surprise large-scale civil emergency drill, with 22 HomeFront agencies taking part and involving the disruption of public train services.

The exact date, time and locations of the exercise were kept a secret till minutes before the start of the drill, though the public had been pre-warned of it via media reporting and posters. This is to instil surprise and create a sense of realism to the exercise.

Exercise NorthStar V took place at four subway stations and a bus interchange.

The five exercise locations were Dhoby Ghaut, Toa Payoh, Raffles Place and Marina Bay MRT stations as well as the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange.

While the three-hour exercise was confined to only four MRT stations, however, due to the interconnected nature of the train network, temporary disruption of services affected 13 train stations. These 13 stations were closed throughout the duration of the exercise.

Roads within the exercise vicinity were also closed to traffic from 6.30am to 9.30am.

Simulations in the form of thunder flashes, smoke and fire simulators were used to create near-simultaneous bomb attacks by terrorists so as to inject a realistic exercise scenario.

Apart from dummy mannequins, 'live' casualties were also deployed at stations' platform and in the trains to portray injured commuters and fatalities.

An 'explosion' went off on a train just after 6.30am at the Dhoby Ghaut MRT station on Orchard Road, Singapore's famous shopping area.

Fifteen minutes later, the station was affected by a simulated chemical attack.

Over in the financial district, an 'explosion' was heard in a train at Raffles Place station at about 6.30am

Shortly after, at 6.34am, a second 'blast' occurred in a train travelling in the tunnel about 70 metres from Marina Bay station in the new Downtown area.

Over at Toa Payoh, a residential area, a simulated bomb tore off a bus pulling into the bus interchange at about 6.40am.

Almost at the same time, an 'explosion' also took place in a train at the Toa Payoh MRT station.

Shuttle bus arrangements were made to ferry commuters affected by the drill.

The public can turn to the SCDF website for more details on the exercise. - CNA/ir
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