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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.
11 Mar 2015
News Releases
The Minister for Transport announced rail improvement plans during the 2015 Committee of Supply debate. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.
17 Feb 2015
News Releases
Gali Batu MRT Depot is located along Woodlands Road, at the northern end of the Downtown Line. It is the first MRT depot in Singapore to achieve the certification of BCA Green Mark Gold. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheets.
25 Aug 2014
News Releases
Commuters heading towards Changi Airport can look forward to faster travel from 2024. A new platform will be added to the Tanah Merah station, allowing commuters travelling towards Expo and Changi Airport to enjoy shorter waiting times and a more comfortable journey. For more information, please see the attached release and factsheet.
28 Dec 2013
News Releases
With the opening of the new Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) from 9am on Sunday, 29 December 2013, motorists are reminded to take note of key changes, and make adjustments to their travelling routes, if needed. Please refer to the attached media advisory and factsheet for more information.
16 Nov 2012
News Releases
The amendments to the Road Traffic Act (RTA) bill read in Parliament today encompass - i) Imposition of taxes and granting of rebates for vehicles according to carbon emission levels; ii) Strengthening the bus infrastructure licensing and bus security regime; iii) Enhancing the penalty framework for illegal modification of vehicles; iv) Improving the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) operational effectiveness and efficiency. For more information, please refer to the attached factsheet.