ERP rates and VEP hours reduced for June holidays

With effect from May 30 to June 28, ERP rates and VEP operating hours for the upcoming June holidays will be reduced. -AsiaOne

Volkswagen still bugged by consumer complaints

It drew the most grouses for new cars sold, according to data from Case. -ST

Roadworks plan to cater to Changi's T5

Under preliminary plans, both roads will run side by side for about three quarters of a kilometre, before one breaks off and turns into the future T5. -My Paper

Sleeper replacement along East-West Line to start end-May

SMRT said that noise mitigation measures, such as portable acoustic screens, will be installed at work sites to reduce inconvenience to residents. -AsiaOne

Taxi slams into 8 cars and bike at Clementi carpark

No injuries were reported and the police are investigating. -TNP

Three heavy vehicle accidents in one morning

The accidents come a day after a pile-up on the Seletar Expressway involving a bus, lorry and tipper truck. -TNP

High-speed rail: French firms keen

Many French companies are already involved in Singapore's transport system. -ST

Pump prices up this month

This is on the back of two price hikes - the first on May 7, when Caltex, Esso and Shell raised prices by up to four cents a litre. -ST

Toyota's new pickup to breathe new life into market

Toyota plans to produce 500,000 units of the eighth-generation Hilux in Thailand this year for both the domestic and export markets. -The Nation/ANN

Taiwan high speed rail fare slashed to S$65 from 2016

It will be reformed into a majority state-owned enterprise from what is currently the biggest build-operate-transfer (BOT) project in the nation. -China Post/ANN

$2k fine for driving with man on bonnet

He could have been jailed for up to six months and/or fined up to $2,500. -My Paper