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?
Construction of Ang Mo Kio MRT station for the Cross Island Line will begin in the fourth quarter of 2021, with passenger service projected to begin by 2030, the Land Transport Authority announced on Tuesday (Jul 20).
The Hyundai Rotem J151 are the first-generation trains for the Jurong Region Line which will be opening in three stages starting from 2027.
Let’s be aware of both incorrect and correct examples to retrieve personal belongings which have dropped onto the tracks, should it happen to you.
The theme for this year’s National Day Parade (NDP) is “Together, Our Singapore Spirit”. It is accompanied with the theme song “The Road Ahead” written and composed by Linying and Evan Low, under the direction and supervision of Music Director, Dr. Sydney Tan.
The second stage of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL2) will begin operations on Aug 28, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced on Wednesday (Jun 30). Comprising six MRT stations, from Springleaf to Caldecott, commuters can enjoy increased connectivity and shorter travelling times with the TEL2 opening.
The second stage of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL2) is on track to be opened in the third quarter of 2021! Transport Minister S Iswaran and Senior Minister of State for Transport Chee Hong Tat shared their visit to the TEL2 stations in Facebook posts on Monday (Jun 21).
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!
There are so many minute details and noteworthy things of the train network scattered all over the country. Therefore, here are eight more things that you might not know about Singapore’s train network!