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30 Apr 2016
News Releases
As announced at COS 2016, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) is partnering the community to roll out the Active Mobility Patrol (AMP) scheme as part of efforts to encourage safe and harmonious sharing of paths. The first AMP, which consists of 16 volunteers, was launched today by the Toa Payoh East-Novena Grassroots Organisations (GROs). For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
12 Apr 2016
News Releases
To meet the long term manpower requirements of the rail industry, LTA will establish the Singapore Rail Academy (SGRA) to build up and deepen local engineering and research capabilities. Professor Cham Tao Soon will lead the setting up of the SGRA. For more details, please see the attached factsheet.
5 Feb 2016
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) gazetted the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) (Phase 1) report for the stretch of the Cross Island Line (CRL) around the Central Catchment Nature Reserve (CCNR) today. For more information, please refer to attached news release and factsheet on CRL.
21 Jan 2016
News Releases
As announced in the Ministry of Transport’s Addendum to the President’s Address, our aspiration is for walking, cycling, and riding public transport to be the way of life for Singaporeans. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
19 Jan 2016
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is working with LECIP (Singapore) Pte Ltd to install the Smart Bus Stop Passenger Information Display at 11 bus stops island-wide. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
24 Nov 2015
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) launched a nation-wide public consultation exercise in July this year to gather views on rules and norms for safe and harmonious sharing of paths. LTA has since completed a nation-wide survey, and is garnering deeper insights through a series of focus group discussions. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
16 Nov 2015
News Releases
Since the introduction of the Taxi Availability (TA) framework on 1 January 2013, more taxis have been plying the roads and more have been hired by commuters. The percentage of taxis on the roads during peak hours increased from 82% in 2012 to 91% for the first nine months of 2015. This means that about 2,000 more taxis are available for hire by commuters during peak hours. Over the same period, the percentage of taxis plying at least 250km daily has also increased, from 75% to 81%. For more details, please refer to the attached press release.