75 percent of people Redwire spoke to say they fear breakdowns when they take the train. We went and polled 52 people out there from yesterday evening...

It looks like SMRT’s train services break down more often than their staff. During one such breakdown, this train captain, Goh Kim Han, did what many...

A proud German ang moh has seen it fit to boast about his attack on, supposedly, the Bishan MRT depot. Earlier today, Elton Henrys made a post on SMRT’s...

Consumer satisfaction with the MRT system rose from a score of 62 last year to 66.4 this year. That’s according to a Customer Satisfaction Index...

Service disruptions on the Circle Line yesterday caused delays of up to 10 minutes per ride. This morning, train service on the same line was yet again...

First, we had water pouring from the roof of a train due to a leaking air-con vent. Then, air-con vent problems led to ice shards being blasted at commuters. Yesterday,...

Want to experience ice showers in super-hot Singapore? Try taking a train on the Circle Line. Ice-showers have been coming from the air-con vents of the...

Both the North-South and East-West Lines were hit by 3 service disruptions in a span of 5 hours yesterday morning. The first fault took place at 8.54am,...

ELSON: Temasek Holdings looks set to buy out (or some say “bail out”) SMRT. This comes close to 20 years after the company was first floated...

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan pointed out in the wake of the defective MRT train carriages revelation that the public need not be informed of non-safety...

The ang moh couple that broke into the Bishan train depot and vandalized a train in Aug 2011 have released video footage of them committing the crime. They...

In a statement issued today, Hong Kong-based investigative news agency Factwire slammed Singapore’s Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan for dodging responsibility...

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan has defended the decision to hide the issue of cracked trains from the public. He said that that going public for something...

The Land Transport Authority has defended its decision to make new orders for trains from the Kawasaki-Sifang consortium that produced the defective C151A...