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,...

The SMRT taxi driver who constantly pranked GrabCar drivers with bogus bookings has been banned from using the GrabCar service. Peter Quek, who’s reportedly...

They were expecting a ride to Jalan Besar, but these ladies wound up getting stuck in the middle of the CTE. 40-year-old manager Mdm Song and her 2 subordinates...

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...

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...

SMRT has revealed that the entire first batch of 19 US-made Bombardier trains on the Bukit Panjang LRT also developed cracks during their service here. Unlike...

You buy a handphone from a phone company. Once you try using the phone, you realise some parts are spoilt. Use a while longer and more parts are spoilt....

China-made C151A trains operated by SMRT allegedly had problems as early as 2011 when they began service. This was reported by Hong Kong independent investigative...

(NOTE: The LTA has issued a statement saying the number of trains shipped back to China for repairs is 26.) 35 China-made MRT trains produced for SMRT...

A former SMRT station manger has gone on the run after police started investigations into his alleged theft of S$20,000 from Tanah Merah station. SMRT...

SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek has gotten his pay slashed to S$1.87 million for the financial year ending 31 Mar, down from S$2.31 million the year before. His...