LTA extends the adult card-based ticketing system to run parallel with SimplyGo, giving commuters the choice between EZ-Link, NETS FlashPay, or SimplyGo-compatible cards for public transport payments.
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Land Transport Authority (LTA)
LTA pioneers a community-engaged pilot programme for an innovative wayfinding system in the Central area and Yishun, aimed at enhancing pedestrian and cyclist navigation.
Singapore's Land Transport Authority is integrating Transit Link and EZ-Link to provide commuters with a simplified ticketing experience through a unified mobile app and customer service interface.
The completion of the 8.5km of cycling paths brings Bukit Panjang's total network to 16km, enhancing active travel options for residents and improving access to local amenities.
In addition to building new cycling paths, LTA will also be implementing the supporting infrastructure, such as bicycle parking facilities, in order to accelerate and improve active travel connectivity in Singapore.
A total of 14.5km of new cycling paths have been completed in the towns of Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Toa Payoh, as part of LTA's efforts to improve active travel connectivity across Singapore.
With this new contract, around 36,000 shared bikes will be provided by LTA's three chosen bike-sharing operators, supporting commuters in Singapore with their first- and last-mile journeys.
To support the Singapore government's emission reduction targets, LTA is accelerating its bus electrification efforts and is supporting the wider adoption of EVs, as well as the necessary charging infrastructure.
Residents in Tampines Avenue 1, 4, 5 and 8 can now enjoy safer active mobility, as the addition of 4km of cycling paths has enhanced safety for pedestrians and cyclists, while linking them to key amenities and green spaces.
The initiatives include projects that look to improve disabled accessibility, passenger safety and cycling priority.
The use of these robot guard systems is said to reduce reliance on manpower, allowing security personnel to monitor areas remotely, through the robots' 'eyes'.