Public transport fare hike capped at 2.8% for 2015: Lui Tuck Yew

Public transport fare hike capped at 2.8% for 2015: Lui Tuck Yew

This is lower than the original roll-over figure of 3.4% from the last fare review in January, and is largely due to a fall in energy costs. -BT

5 new peak hour bus services to be introduced

5 new peak hour bus services to be introduced

Five new "Peak Period Short Services" will begin operations in the next two months in Clementi, Ang Mo Kio, Woodlands and Yishun to alleviate crowding and reduce waiting times during peak hours. -AsiaOne
$2.5 million fund to drive cabbies to upgrade skills

$2.5 million fund to drive cabbies to upgrade skills

These courses can be about safe driving, service excellence or information technology. -ST
Ahead of taxi protest, France says UberPop to be banned

Ahead of taxi protest, France says UberPop to be banned

The announcement came as taxi unions called a one-day action to protest San Francisco-based Uber. -Reuters
Bus drivers to face fines, jail for touting

Bus drivers to face fines, jail for touting

Bus drivers found touting bus transport services may be fined $1,000 or jailed for up to three months under new regulations starting from Jan 1, 2015. -AsiaOne
Cheaper rides for 10,000 with disabilities

Cheaper rides for 10,000 with disabilities

Concession cards have been issued under scheme which started in July. -ST
SMRT gets passengers' attention with tongue-in-cheek announcements

SMRT gets passengers' attention with tongue-in-cheek announcements

'If you're planning to leave anything behind, please make sure it's something I can either use or sell," a train driver said. -ST
It's all ride now

It's all ride now

Buses travel more smoothly at new Bedok interchange after a jam-filled few days. -TNP
Faster KL-Butterworth trains expected next year

Faster KL-Butterworth trains expected next year

Discussions are still being held on whether the service would transport passengers directly from KL to Butterworth or mid-way from Ipoh. -The Star/ANN
Bukit Panjang LRT's older trains could get makeover

Bukit Panjang LRT's older trains could get makeover

The refurbished train cars will boast upgraded air-conditioning and air compressors and a better braking system, among other things. -ST
MRT train services to start as early as 2.30am on Sunday

MRT train services to start as early as 2.30am on Sunday

Selected train services will start earlier in view of the Standard Chartered Marathon 2014. -AsiaOne

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