LTA Media Statement: Haze Related Measures for Land Transport

News Releases 24 Sep 2015 haze Media Statement

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has been closely monitoring the haze situation. While the current public transport service levels have been maintained, Public Transport Operators will activate their haze management plans if the situation worsens. If visibility is poor, the speed of the above ground MRT trains may be reduced as a precaution. This is currently done along the stretch between Admiralty and Marsiling stations with a slight increase in journey time.

SBST and SMRT have also issued N95 masks to their bus captains for their use if necessary, and have reminded them to drive at a safe speed when visibility is poor and advised to switch on their bus headlights when driving.

In addition, LTA’s Intelligent Transport System Control (ITSC) Centre is monitoring the visibility on roads closely and putting up advisories where necessary to alert motorists to drive carefully. All motorists including taxi drivers are advised to drive with care and turn on their headlights when visibility is low as well as look out for advisories on the EMAS signs on the roads.

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