Transport & Motoring

Transportation Hacks For Every Singaporean

Getting around Singapore can either be a breeze or a storm. It is up to you to weigh your options. Nonetheless, you may use this guide to travel from one place to another without a personal vehicle. PLAN YOUR TRIP AHEAD To budget your transportation expenses, you may plan your trip ahead of time. You can use fare calculators to complete the task. With an extensive collection of MRT lines and bus services, you may not be able to memorize

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VISA: $30 rebate on first EZ-Link Card Auto Top-up (1 Jun – 31 Jul 2015)

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VISA has launched a new promotion and is rebating $30 credit back to your EZ-Link Card. From 1 Jun to 31 Jul 2015, the first 992 eligible cardholders who make a minimum of $30 top-up selection on their EZ-Link card will receive a $30 rebate on their first top-up. You need to register for the EZ-Reload auto top-up using your VISA credit or debit card. Steps: 1. Apply for EZ-Reload by clicking on EZ-Reload by Card on http://ezlink.com.sg/ez-reload-auto-top-up 2. Fill

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Travel

LTA: Free Pre-Peak MRT Rides Extended For Another Year (Jun 2016)

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LTA has announced in a press release that they will be extending the Free Pre-Peak Travel on MRT for another year to 30 June 2016. That is certainly good news for commuters who take the effort to make changes to their daily routine — not only can they save money, it helps to reduce congestion and thus improving the ride satisfaction. Commuters who exit before 7.45am at the 18 designated MRT stations* in the city area will not have fares deducted for their

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Transport & Motoring

6 Ways To Cushion The Impact Of a Fare Hike

Public Transport Fare Hike

With effect from 5 April 2015, public transport fare in Singapore will increase by 2.8 per cent. This is due to a roll over balance of 3.4 per cent in the 2014’s fare hike and after discounting the effect of lower oil prices, there would still be a net increase of 2 to 5 cents for most commuters. About 1.1 million commuters will not be affected as the PTC has decided to keep the fare of senior citizens, lower-wage workers and

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