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LTA's Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP) (Part 4)

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  • Nicholaslim626's Avatar
    4 posts since Jul '17
    • Svc51,174,197 & Express502 should have introduce more ManA95 eg. 76 & 151. LTA Should introduced more on this services on weekends & weekdays during the peak hours of mornings n evenings.  Especially the Orchards rds & North n South Bridge rd.

  • lemon1974's Avatar
    9,286 posts since Dec '04
    • Originally posted by AJQZC:

      Revived to prevent locking.

      Here are the BSEP services introduced so far (79, according to landtransportguru):

      (Trunk: 32 services)

      • - 4, 20, 41, 46, 47, 49, 50, 102, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 127, 129, 134, 137, 140, 141, 150, 201, 247, 248, 258, *298, 860, 883, 972, 979, 983, 990.

      (Feeder: 14 services)

      • - 301, 308, 324, 329, 371, 374, 381, 382G/W, 386, 803, 805, 807, 904, 944

      (Express / CDS: 26 services)

      • - 513, 651-672, 850E, 951E, 982E   (868 & 971E are not)

      (Extensions: 4 services; officially 7)

      • - 11, 35, 103, 119, (49), (386), (983)

       

      1 more upcoming (likely either 68 or 71)

      * 298 is tentatively a trunk service.

      ** Note that 110 and 123 Sentosa extension are not counted under BSEP.

      LTA anyhow count also. Sv860 gonna get extension. So never count as new service but sv49/386 does count twice. 

  • BusAnalayzer's Avatar
    10,384 posts since May '12
    • Originally posted by lemon1974:

      LTA anyhow count also. Sv860 gonna get extension. So never count as new service but sv49/386 does count twice. 

      Should count 110 and 247 instead. (as 247 is quite a new route catering to new areas in Tuas).

  • phillipC's Avatar
    1,004 posts since Feb '05
    • Forum lettter sent to ST on 10 Oct 2017

      LTA, SMRT should take the blame

      It is strange to read the excuses that the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has been giving for the shutdowns of our train system.

      First, it was the signalling system's fault. Then, it was the track's fault.

      With Saturday's flooding of the tunnel, resulting in a major shutdown of the North-South Line, it was the rain and water-pumping system's fault (NSL services disrupted by water in tunnel; Oct 8).

      The LTA and SMRT almost never admit that they could have been at fault. It seems that no one in the managements of LTA and SMRT have been held accountable for all these persistent problems.

      When the SMRT management team was first appointed, I was full of hope and support for them.

      Surely, if there was anyone who could do the job, a group of army generals with experience in running a most efficient fighting force should be able to do it. But I have been sorely disappointed and disillusioned.

      With the privatisation of SMRT, the management is no longer subject to public scrutiny. Operating under a shroud of secrecy, the management continues to be rewarded despite the sufferings of commuters.

      Patrick Tan Siong Kuan

       

    • really hope these two clowns can buck up

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