Find ways to help them adapt to new public transport payment methods, say observers.
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Regulators may be fighting a losing battle in regulating bicycles, e-bikes and private-hire cars, which seem determined not to be regulated.
Commuters hit by another round of train delays on the N-S and Downtown Lines on Friday (Aug 18) morning, following a two-hour delay during the evening peak hour yesterday.
SMRT says cause was signalling fault near Ang Mo Kio and apologises for “difficult evening”.
A Straits Times reader wants to know if going cashless means inconveniencing the elderly and kids too young to have an ATM card.
There are concerns that the move to go cashless might put some groups at a disadvantage.
Commuters can use app to call for bus and choose to alight at any bus stop in operating area.
LTA is calling for a tender for proposals on trials of “on-demand, dynamically-routed” public bus services.
While the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) target to have a fully cashless public transport system by 2020 is a right step, observers warned that particular groups of commuters must be taken care of.
Singapore’s public transport network is set to go fully cashless by 2020, with all bus and train rides to be paid using travel cards and top-ups performed without physical cash.