It started out as a tiny nugget of fake news, then grew larger after SMRT’s rebuttal yesterday. But instead of condemning fake news, the public appears...

A so-called SMRT “Insider” has gone online to share his thoughts on how the rot starts at the bottom too despite the public blaming only top management...

TAN KIN LIAN: I met an engineer who has been in the contracting business for two decades. He also provides cable testing services. I asked him about his...

The MRT system, once a source of national pride, has today become an international laughing stock following a train collision this morning at Joo Koon...

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan has apologised to commuters for this morning’s train collision at Joo Koon MRT station which injured 28 people. “Commuters...

SMRT has warned commuters at 5pm today to expect an added 40 minutes of travel time if they are travelling on the North-South Line. Commuters on their...

SMRT has set a new record for the most number of lines to face train service disruptions at one time during morning peak hour traffic. This, after 3 of...

28 people (updated from 25 reported earlier this morning), including 2 staff, were injured after a train an SMRT train hit a stationary one at the Joo...

Transport Minister has urged commuters to be grateful to the “silent, every day heroes” who work to maintain our public transport system. Speaking...

Despite safety concerns over trains produced by Chinese firms, the Land Transport Authority has gone ahead anyway and awarded a S$205 million contract...

ELSON: Something just didn’t sound right when Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said in parliament that SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek had “volunteered” for...

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan saved a part of his speech in parliament today to throw SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek under the bus (not literally lah). Making...

GOH MENG SENG: In Economics study, there is always a debate over the pros and cons of “Privatization” of companies providing public goods...

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan has pinned the blame for Singapore’s first-ever MRT tunnel flooding on SMRT. In a reply to a question from Workers’...