The Causeway was the first land connection between Singapore and Malaysia, and 94 years on, it continues to be the most utilised route for drivers travelling between both countries.
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We give you the top three reasons why private-hire drivers are more prone to getting into accidents.
Autonomous cars might reduce or eliminate accidents altogether. But unless commuter behaviour changes, they might only worsen traffic congestion.
A satellite-based ERP system won’t reduce congestion, even if it is a fairer way of charging motorists for road use.
Toll fees for the Second Link in Tuas may be reviewed to ease traffic jams on the Causeway during peak periods.
A Straits Times reader wants to know why motorists are also charged ERP on Saturdays.
Private-hire cars clock significantly higher mileage than normal passenger cars and may be contributing to congestion here.
A steam roller overturned along Upper Serangoon Road near the junction of Charlton Road, causing a massive jam for motorists heading towards the city.
Rates being revised following LTA’s quarterly review.
Eliminating rubbernecking would go a long way to solving our congestion woes.