Are you a train enthusiast and are interested in checking out unique railway themed-cafes to hang out and enjoy its offerings?
You might be interested in this newly opened cafe which has arrived at — *ding dong!* Somerset, featuring a mesmerising display of moving Japanese train models!
The Travel Early, Pay Less scheme was introduced by the Public Transport Council (PTC) on Dec 29, 2017.
This scheme encourages more commuters to travel before the morning peak hours, which allow savings of up to $0.50 on their transportation fares.
Singapore, a mix of diverse cultures and religions, has its share of urban legends and myths.
Let’s dive into some of these urban legends and supernatural tales that have plagued the country’s train network since its inception in 1987.
Google has been gathering insights from the location data of smartphones to give a better understanding of movement trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the report released last Thursday (Oct 7), there is a decrease in the number of people taking public transport and an increase in the number of people staying at home.
Are you aware of the many different examples of which technology is used on the train network?
The usage of technology is all around us now, from the moment you enter the train station and board the train, to the moment you alight and then exit the station.
Here are six interesting examples of technology usage on the train network, including obscure ones where you might not have noticed during your daily travel!
With Thomson-East Coast Line 2 opening tomorrow on Aug 28, 2021, there are so many of us who are eagerly to get a glimpse of each station’s design and atmosphere!
The six stations on Thomson-East Coast Line 2 (TEL2) are so uniquely designed, and are accompanied with artistic artwork done by local artists! Check it out!
Were you part of a lucky group of Primary 5 students who were selected to take an MRT train to catch the National Day Parade (NDP) as part of a National Education (NE) Show?
If you were, there had been a lot of thought and preparation to plan and efficiently ferry many groups of students to the Floating Platform/Padang.
Here’s what goes into it!
Singapore is known for its cleanliness and the uncommon laws that govern the city, including the controversial “Chewing Gum Ban”, enacted in January 1992.
However, did you know that the ban to sell and import chewing gum was caused by the opening of the MRT system?
Is it cheaper to travel from Tampines to Bugis using the East-West Line or Downtown Line?
If you are a frequent commuter on the driverless train network, you might have noticed that even though these trains are fully automatic and *driver* less, there is still an MRT staff on board.
These MRT staff are known as ‘Rovers’. Here’s how they keep you safe and the network smoothly operated!