Train services on North-South Line disrupted after intrusions

Train services on North-South Line disrupted after intrusions

A person intruded onto the tracks between Bukit Gombak and Yew Tee stations twice. -AsiaOne

Four from S'pore among 27 hurt in Malaysia bus crash

Four from S'pore among 27 hurt in Malaysia bus crash

Three elderly Singaporeans and a Singapore permanent resident (PR) were among the 27 injured in a coach bus crash along Malaysia. -ST
Ministries monitor local fuel prices

Ministries monitor local fuel prices

The ministries of industry and trade, and finance on Tuesday released a document requiring key fuel dealers to keep retail prices of fuel stable. -VNN/ANN
SBS Bus separates mum and 3-year-old daughter for 40 minutes

SBS Bus separates mum and 3-year-old daughter for 40 minutes

SBS apologises after bus drives off with 3-year-old girl, leaving mum behind at interchange. -TNP
LRT service disrupted on Monday

LRT service disrupted on Monday

Service between three stations on the Bukit Panjang LRT line was disrupted for an hour yesterday. -TNP
Motorists admits causing death of ex-hotelier

Motorists admits causing death of ex-hotelier

A 65-year-old man has admitted causing the death of an elderly pedestrian - prominent ex-hotelier Sonnie Lien - in a 2013 road accident. -ST
Signal fault causes train delays in Orchard area

Signal fault causes train delays in Orchard area

Northbound MRT trains on the North-South Line stopped intermittently along the Orchard Road shopping belt. -ST
More keeping their cars past 10 years

More keeping their cars past 10 years

Many more car owners are extending the lifespan of their vehicles. -ST
Police to install 20 high-tech speed cameras as road fatalities increase

Police to install 20 high-tech speed cameras as road fatalities increase

Besides having a faster processing time so that violators will be informed promptly, these new cameras are automated, eliminating the need for officers to reload and retrieve wet-film negatives. -AsiaOne
Fewer cars on the road as COEs play catch-up

Fewer cars on the road as COEs play catch-up

The car population is now at its lowest since 2011, when there were 592,361 cars on the road. -ST
Relief for parents coping with rising bus fees

Relief for parents coping with rising bus fees

Parents with primary school-going children who receive financial aid from the Government welcomed the transport subsidies announced in the Budget on Monday. -ST

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