The COVID-19 situation has impacted the land transport industry in the past two to three years. To mitigate the challenges caused by COVID-19, LTA has rolled out several assistance and precautionary measures to support the land transport industry with the evolving situation.
LTA's Measures for COVID-19
Public Transport Commuters
Mask-wearing on public transport will no longer be compulsory from 13 February 2023.
However, we encourage commuters, especially the elderly and immunocompromised, as well as those unwell with symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory infections, to continue wearing masks on their public transport journeys.
Private Bus Operators
Safe Management Measures in Private Buses
Passengers travelling onboard private bus(es) must wear their face masks properly throughout the entire journey. They must also not eat or interact with one another, while travelling onboard the bus(es). The interior of bus(es) will also be cleaned and disinfected before the first trip of the day.
LTA’s Customer Service Counters at Sin Ming Drive are currently open for members of public with appointments.
E-Lobbies at the Centre are open for public to access digital vehicle services. Motorists can also access vehicle-related digital services via the OneMotoring website (onemotoring.lta.gov.sg).
Public Transport Operators
LTA continues to seek to inform PTOs to take the appropriate precautionary measures, in alignment with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health (MOH) and other government agencies. PTOs are to note the joint advisory from the MOM, the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) on the requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace.
Please visit the Ministry of Health (MOH)'s website for updates on Singapore's COVID-19 situation.