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All motorised PMDs banned on footpaths from April, maximum fines to be doubled

The maximum penalty for a first-time offender caught speeding on public paths will be raised to $2,000 and a six-month jail term.

After 6 long years, the Cross Island MRT’s route has been finally announced, 70m under Singapore’s biggest nature reserve

The direct route is six minutes shorter, has 15 per cent lower fares, a S$2 billion construction cost reduction, and will be more environmentally-friendly in the long run, the Ministry of Transport (MOT) said.

Some retailers are offering to modify PMDs into mobility aids, but the LTA is saying ‘no, no, no’

Turning PMDs into mobility aids puts everyone in more danger of an accident.

Singapore-JB RTS link agreement signing delayed again as Malaysia now wants an LRT system instead

Singapore says it is not obliged to accept the changes, but will keep an open mind.

LTA will provide up to 80% subsidies for workplaces to build showers and lockers so people can jog or cycle to work

The grant is capped at S$80,000, and will include co-funding of necessary security features of the amenites.

More than 1,000km of public roads in west Singapore will be used to test self-driving vehicles – here’s what to expect

The change will be carried out gradually over the next few years, and safety drivers will be on-board at all times.

An unofficially revamped Singapore MRT map is so good that even the LTA’s interest is piqued

The creator of the unofficial MRT map says he is now meeting the LTA, who have also planned a new MRT map for later this year.

2 in 3 commuters plan to use their credit or debit card to pay for bus or train fares in Singapore, UOB study finds

UOB said it has seen an increasing use of contactless credit and debit card payments for transit since SimplyGo was piloted in 2017.

Forget ez-link cards: You can soon use your Mastercard contactless bank card to pay for bus or train fares in Singapore

You no longer need to carry a separate travel card, and make top-ups upfront before travelling.

12 MRT stations have been announced on the new Cross Island Line – here’s where they will be

CRL1 will serve residential and industrial areas such as Loyang, Tampines, Pasir Ris, Defu, Hougang, Serangoon North and Ang Mo Kio.