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13 Nov 2015
News Releases
To create a seamless land transport system that is accessible for all users – including seniors and persons with disabilities – the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has implemented a series of senior-friendly initiatives, which is also part of the national Action Plan for Successful Ageing. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
12 Oct 2015
News Releases
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind-the-scenes of our buses and trains every day? Head down to Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station now for a glimpse into the intricate world of our Land Transport professionals and appreciate the work that goes into building and maintaining Singapore’s land transport system, through the lens of 30 talented photographers. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
20 Aug 2015
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is seeking feedback on a series of proposed senior-friendly enhancements to the public transport system. About 30 seniors were invited to a focus group discussion session with Senior Minister of State for Finance and Transport, Mrs Josephine Teo. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
3 Aug 2015
News Releases
Seven of 24 new trains have been progressively deployed for service on the Circle Line (CCL) from 24 June 2015. With the additional trains, commuters taking the CCL will enjoy shorter waits and less crowded rides. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
7 Jul 2015
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will install noise barriers along the at-grade section of the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) next to Swiss View and Greenbank Park to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of implementing noise barriers along at-grade expressways. This is an extension of an ongoing trial for noise barriers. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
27 Jun 2015
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will construct a new slip road that will allow motorists to drive directly to KJE (Westbound) from Senja Road. Currently, residents coming from Senja Road have to travel to Senja Way and turn into Woodlands Road before joining the KJE. With the new road, motorists can drive directly to KJE (Westbound) from Senja Road and make significant savings in travelling time. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
27 Jun 2015
News Releases
Through the Bus Service Enhancement Programme , 68 buses were added to enhance 17 services that serve Bukit Panjang. One example is Service 972, which was introduced on 17 November 2013 with an initial fleet of 12 buses to connect Bukit Panjang residents to the city and key transport nodes such as Dhoby Ghaut, Somerset and Orchard MRT stations. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.