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  • busmanic's Avatar
    325 posts since Dec '05
  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,545 posts since Aug '10
    • From what i heard is that the Yutong was returned back to China, according also to FOS.

      However, there seems to be no official confirmation. Do let us know what is the eventual fate of the Yutong (SMB135E)

  • SGCar's Avatar
    1,161 posts since Feb '09
  • Vincent Lee's Avatar
    276 posts since Dec '03
    •  Seen this yutong(smb135e) inside a private bus workshop at joo koon rd near joo koon mrt station with rego being taken down . By taking svc 252 and u will see the bus inside the workshop.

  • SGCar's Avatar
    1,161 posts since Feb '09
    • Originally posted by Vincent Lee:

       Seen this yutong(smb135e) inside a private bus workshop at joo koon rd near joo koon mrt station with rego being taken down . By taking svc 252 and u will see the bus inside the workshop.


      Confirm is SMB135E? Meaning still have the livery on?

      Cheers.

  • Vincent Lee's Avatar
    276 posts since Dec '03
  • busmanic's Avatar
    325 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by buses[IN]gapore!:

      From what i heard is that the Yutong was returned back to China, according also to FOS.

      However, there seems to be no official confirmation. Do let us know what is the eventual fate of the Yutong (SMB135E)

      now you say there isn't any official confirmation. trying to mislead the community?

  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,545 posts since Aug '10
    • Originally posted by busmanic:

      now you say there isn't any official confirmation. trying to mislead the community?


      By official confirmation it was meant as the LTA's one motoring showing the bus deregistered. However at that time of post, the bus was still registered, and the information from FOS was saying the bus will still be eventually de-regged and was sent back to China.

      if there's really an error, do let us know.

      Edited by buses[IN]gapore! 17 May `11, 1:47PM
  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,253 posts since Apr '05
    • *sees popcorn on the floor*

      by the 3 second rule

      *blows on the popcorn and munches heartily*

      icon_mrgreen.gif

    • Ok but seriously....is it hard to say "I stand corrected"?

      And as for those like me who just read and glance....its pretty implicit that there wasn't anything to back these statements up. You would have to be rather naive and green to believe everything people say, let alone "sources".

      Live and let live la.

  • AEW5001's Avatar
    17,672 posts since Jul '08
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      *sees popcorn on the floor*

      by the 3 second rule

      *blows on the popcorn and munches heartily*

      icon_mrgreen.gif


      can share wif moi too? icon_lol.giftongue.png

  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,545 posts since Aug '10
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      Ok but seriously....is it hard to say "I stand corrected"?

      And as for those like me who just read and glance....its pretty implicit that there wasn't anything to back these statements up. You would have to be rather naive and green to believe everything people say, let alone "sources".

      Live and let live la.


      you are correct.

      at that time when i wrote that article,  i was indeed rather naive and green. So let this be a learning experience.

      Edited by buses[IN]gapore! 17 May `11, 2:43PM
  • Lee Teuk's Avatar
    118 posts since Oct '10
    • Originally posted by SGCar:

      Is there a Yutong agent in Singapore?

      Cheers.

      The agent for Yutong is Systems Cool Pte Ltd located at Joo Koon. SMB135E is inside there

  • busmanic's Avatar
    325 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      Ok but seriously....is it hard to say "I stand corrected"?

      And as for those like me who just read and glance....its pretty implicit that there wasn't anything to back these statements up. You would have to be rather naive and green to believe everything people say, let alone "sources".

      Live and let live la.

      i concur with what SBS2601D said. you just plainly came to that conclusion owing to your gut feelings et cetera. be humble, grow up and learn to apologise. is it really hard to apologise for your mistakes? will apologising destroy your reputation?

  • ghost79's Avatar
    426 posts since Jan '11
    • Originally posted by buses[IN]gapore!:

      From what i heard is that the Yutong was returned back to China, according also to FOS.

      However, there seems to be no official confirmation. Do let us know what is the eventual fate of the Yutong (SMB135E)

      Wait a minute, isn't information given by SMRT to FOS members supposed to be confidental?

  • dan474's Avatar
    1,711 posts since Jun '10
  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,253 posts since Apr '05
    • Originally posted by busmanic:

      i concur with what SBS2601D said. you just plainly came to that conclusion owing to your gut feelings et cetera. be humble, grow up and learn to apologise. is it really hard to apologise for your mistakes? will apologising destroy your reputation?


      Now I understand why you would think stuff like this would "mislead" the rest of us....

      Because you don't read between the lines.

      Read my post carefully.icon_twisted.gif

      To mod: even if it deprives me of the popcorn I oh so crave....pls close this thread. Its clearly meant to create trouble only. We know now the Yutong is still in SG, good for us, its time to move on.

      Edited by SBS2601D 17 May `11, 8:14PM
  • ghost79's Avatar
    426 posts since Jan '11
    • Originally posted by dan474:

      SOME information. Zzz

      What do you mean by 'SOME'?

      I think people have been throwing a lot of fake information around and they think they can get away with it without getting questioned because they can simply claim the 'confidental and sensitive' nature of it.

       

      Edited by ghost79 17 May `11, 8:36PM
  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by ghost79:

      What do you mean by 'SOME'?

      I think people have been throwing a lot of fake information around and they think they can get away with it without getting questioned because they can simply claim the 'confidental and sensitive' nature of it.

       


      You want to stir somemore, the next day another bus goes into flame at tis going rate. Pity the buses. Realised it's even more potent than striking 4D icon_evil.gif

      If you dun believe, go trace e events.

      Also good, no more bus to debate and argue over.

      Edited by sbst275 17 May `11, 9:00PM
    • of course to you is fake info..

      I've info over some ongoing issues of course you would say I'm giving fake info. In fact some looks fake from now teeth.png

      Any case I would not reveal to your because it's even go on into OSA issues icon_lol.gif.

      Edited by sbst275 17 May `11, 9:05PM
  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,545 posts since Aug '10
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:


      To mod: even if it deprives me of the popcorn I oh so crave....pls close this thread. Its clearly meant to create trouble only. We know now the Yutong is still in SG, good for us, its time to move on.

      At least it's now clarified that the bus is at Joo Koon and not sent back to China.

  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • Whole day flame war..

      next day engine fire, short circuit wat's not.

      I've said, I know how come this whole flame started from - jealous over ppl getting info... Earn for it

      Edited by sbst275 17 May `11, 8:55PM
  • JaSoNhSu92's Avatar
    5,055 posts since Sep '08
  • dan474's Avatar
    1,711 posts since Jun '10
  • JaSoNhSu92's Avatar
    5,055 posts since Sep '08
    • Originally posted by buses[IN]gapore!:


      By official confirmation it was meant as the LTA's one motoring showing the bus deregistered. However at that time of post, the bus was still registered, and the information from FOS was saying the bus will still be eventually de-regged and was sent back to China.

      if there's really an error, do let us know.

       

      one sentence

      dun trust SMRT staffs. own eyes see then more reliable.

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