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Under the Land Transport Master Plan 2040, we have committed to encouraging adoption of cleaner and greener vehicles for a more environmentally sustainable land transport sector. As part of Budget 2020, Government is introducing measures to facilitate adoption of Electric Vehicles (EVs), which is one of the cleanest and lowest-emission vehicular technologies available today. We …

In response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has been working with the Ministry of Health (MOH), Point-to-Point (P2P) operators, the National Taxi Association (NTA) and the National Private Hire Vehicles Association (NPHVA) on precautionary measures for the P2P sector. These measures serve to safeguard the health of taxi …

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded a contract to Hyundai Rotem Company (HRC) for the supply of 62 three-car trains for the Jurong Region Line (JRL), at a contract value of $416.5 million. The contract covers the supply of the new fleet of fully-automated and driverless JRL trains, which will be wholly designed and …

The Active Mobility (Amendment) and Shared Mobility Enterprises (Control and Licensing) Bills were passed in Parliament on 04 February. The Bills will strengthen the Land Transport Authority (LTA)’s regulatory regime on active mobility, and help to ensure that Singaporeans can continue to benefit from active modes of transport in a safe and sustainable manner. The …

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has refreshed the MRT system map and transit signage system in tandem with the official opening of the Thomson-East Coast Line 1 (TEL1). Redesigned MRT System Map With the addition of new rail lines into our network, the MRT system map has been redesigned to make wayfinding easier. When viewing …

As part of the move towards a 100% cleaner energy public bus fleet by 2040, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) will progressively deploy electric buses for passenger service from early next year. These consist of 60 electric buses procured under a tender awarded in October 2018, which will arrive in Singapore progressively from the fourth …

From 16 November 2019, commuters can start paying for public transport rides with NETS Tap contactless payment, as well as link their NETS Tap to TransitLink’s SimplyGo account. Participating banks include DBS/POSB, OCBC and UOB. With NETS coming on board, commuters will now have an additional payment mode, in addition to Mastercard® and Visa. Since …

From Tuesday, 5 November 2019, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) will prohibit the riding of electric scooters (e-scooters) on all footpaths. Henceforth, e-scooters can only be ridden on cycling paths and Park Connector Networks (PCNs). The current policy of disallowing personal mobility devices (PMDs) on roads remains. Since the Active Mobility Act was passed in …

Using personal mobility devices (PMDs) is a convenient and sustainable way in going around the city.  While not as big as the other vehicles that roam the streets, careless driving of PMDs can still cause harm. With this, the responsible use of PMDs is important. What are the things that you should remember whenever you’re …

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will introduce a mandatory inspection requirement for registered e-scooters with effect from April 2020, to ensure that these devices comply with the device criteria1 for use on public paths. Registered e-scooters will be called up every two years for inspections to ensure their continued compliance. These are part of a series …