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  • EMERGENCY AMBULANCE
    QX179R's Avatar
    80,909 posts since Feb '08
    • 19th July 2017

      Train on EWL: Simei icon_arrow.gif Bedok (115/116)
      Train on EWL: Pasir Ris icon_arrow.gif Simei (075/076)

  • EMERGENCY AMBULANCE
    QX179R's Avatar
    80,909 posts since Feb '08
    • 19th July 2017

      Train on EWL: Simei icon_arrow.gif Bedok (115/116)
      SBS7410E on svc 35 (Bedok Int icon_arrow.gif Alps Ave)
      PH6868S on Alps Shuttle (Alps Ave icon_arrow.gif Airline Rd)
      SG5363H on svc 89 (Airline Rd icon_arrow.gif Pasir Ris Ctrl)
      Train on EWL: Pasir Ris icon_arrow.gif Simei (075/076)

  • EMERGENCY AMBULANCE
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    80,909 posts since Feb '08
  • iveco's Avatar
    16,912 posts since Mar '04
    • Originally posted by SMB1368T:

      I can clearly imagine MANs on SBST (Seletar). Aint too bad tbh tho

      Provided LTA stipulated that the BSEP A22s on YIS routes under Seletar contract must follow their perm routes.

  • SMB42P's Avatar
    5,119 posts since Jan '12
  • SMB42P's Avatar
    5,119 posts since Jan '12
    • Originally posted by SMB42P:

      but everyday seems to have different OCs though..cant pinpoint which OC is perm...

      yes..AP01 BCs (both) change slot already... seems they will also rotate duties among other AP BCs but have to see next week what slot they go...

      The PM BC doing 307PM09 (307-307-8) this week while the AM BC suspect doing 307AM06 (307-307-6)...

      On Monday (170717) SMB314E BCs on 307AP01

      Actually I was looking at SGwiki for 307 deployment.. 307 now has 14 buses for weekdays.. the list in SGwiki is correct except for SMB352U, so just nice 14 bus.. OCs should be cameo for now...

      The 14 buses (weekday): 

      AP >> SMB310R - SMB315C, SMB340D
      S1/TQ >> SMB351Y, SMB1582R, SMB1583M, SMB1591P - SMB1594G

      Edited by SMB42P 19 Jul `17, 10:30PM
  • iveco's Avatar
    16,912 posts since Mar '04
    • Originally posted by SMB145B:

      hey, flip floping again?

      if perth can have it all, why not here?

      Perth not DD friendly. Miss the E500s a lot. But hope to see them this Christmas when i visit my folks.

  • SMB42P's Avatar
    5,119 posts since Jan '12
    • 190717 (Wednesday)

      Go Ahead Cameo

      12:
      SG5060G

      36:
      SG1192K

       

      SBST Cameo

      16:
      SBS6734C

      124:
      SBS8797H

      128:
      SG1102X

      132:
      SBS3469M

      166:
      SBS8276U

      186:
      SBS8807M

       

      SMRT Cameo

      67:
      SMB90A
      SMB254U

      172:
      SMB65Z
      SG5122L

      184:
      SMB230M

      188:
      SG1703L
      SG5087E

      190:
      SMB3540Z
      SMB5010Z
      SG5120S
      SG5175J
      SG5587D
      SG5596C

      190 x 302:
      SMB388S (302-190-41, 190S150)
      SMB3168R

      302:
      SMB1459P

      302 x 172:
      SMB8034K

      307:
      SMB122S (307-307-1, 307AP01)
      SMB1574P (307-307-13, 307S106)
      SG1711M (307-307-14, 307S107) >> 307A AM
      SMB3117M (307-307-11, 307S104) >> 307A PM

      **SMB310R (307-307-4), SMB311M (307-307-3), SMB312K, SMB313H (307-307-7), SMB1582R (307-307-8) in service

      308:
      SMB107L

      700:
      SMB1482X

      922:
      SMB38C

      925:
      SMB1525G

      927:
      SMB326X
      SMB3139A

      973:
      SMB59S

      975:
      SMB108J
      SMB109G >> 975B
      SMB110B
      SMB112X

      979/979M:
      SMB1586E (still perm?)
      SMB5012T

      985:
      SMB5Y
      SG5575M

       

      Tower Transit Cameo

      106:
      SMB3564E

      143:
      SBS3416R
      SG5036C (143-14313)

      189:
      SMB3025U

      941:
      SMB3029J

  • SMB42P's Avatar
    5,119 posts since Jan '12
  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    263,173 posts since Dec '99
    • if u have any allergies, it's your responsibility to declare first and arrangements can be made

      Edited by FireIce 19 Jul `17, 9:59PM
  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    263,173 posts since Dec '99
    • dont think this kind of thing is for "try out" 

       

       

      the lady whom i mentioned above is now a lab researcher with crazy OT hours

  • Lockheed2000's Avatar
    13 posts since Feb '17
    • Chill. You are just Sec4/5. They won't kill off students like that one. You said you're not sure about this "discover the winner in you" programme. I advise you to read up more about it, cause you need to know what you're heading into. Imagine them interviewing you and they ask you what this programme is. Paiseh if you don't know.

      Tbh I don't know what questions they will ask. Definitely not like the one you've mentioned, because it's too general. But I think it's best if you answer them truthfully, and if you can, with a personal touch. 

      If your POA get A1/A2, I wouldn't worry so much. If you really want to do accountancy in future, try reading up the business section in newspapers and see if you like it anot.

  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
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    263,173 posts since Dec '99
  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    263,173 posts since Dec '99
    • Customers of Singapore’s largest banking group DBS Bank may experience problems in accessing selected banking services on the DBS network over the first weekend of August, according to an email sent out to the bank’s clients seen by TODAY.

      In the note sent to its customers, the bank said: “Some DBS services will be down from 5 to 6 August 2017. But we are working hard to minimise disruption.”

      On its notices and maintenance page on the bank’s website, it adds: “Some disruptions to DBS/POSB services can be expected due to the transfer of ANZ Singapore’s retail and wealth products.” 

      DBS announced last year it had agreed to acquire ANZ Banking Group’s wealth management and retail banking businesses in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Indonesia for S$110 million.

      “To minimise inconvenience to DBS/POSB customers, we have begun and will continue to proactively reach out to them via SMS, eDM, as well as our online and physical channels, so they can make alternative arrangements early. We therefore expect customer impact to be minimal,” said a DBS spokesperson.

      “There will be no impact to key services such as internet, mobile and phone banking, ATMs and other self-service banking channels, and the customer call centre,” he added.

      Some of the key service disruptions are: 

      • On August 6, from 1pm to 4pm: Debit card customers will only be able to use NETS for payment – Visa, MasterCard and China Union Pay payment will not be available. Credit cards can still be used. The bank’s mobile wallet DBS PayLah! will not be available during this time.
      • On August 6, from 8am to 4pm: Customers will not be able to check their DBS Cashline, credit and debit card balances. 
      • On August 5 and 6: New account opening services will not be available online. Past records indicate that only a handful of such transactions are performed over weekends, so we do not foresee much customer impact.

      If customers have queries, they will be able to contact the 24-hour DBS customer service hotline at 1800-111-1111. 

      “Since the announcement of the acquisition of ANZ’s Retail and Wealth business in five markets across Asia, DBS and ANZ have been working closely together to ensure a smooth and seamless transition. The integration is progressing well and remains on track for completion in all markets by early 2018,” said the bank.

      Together, the acquired ANZ wealth management and retail banking units serve about 1.3 million customers, of which more than 100,000 are affluent or private wealth customers and 1.2 million are retail customers, said DBS.

      As of February, DBS has over 7 million consumer banking/wealth management customers. According to the bank’s annual report for the last financial year, its customers – individuals and corporates alike – are increasingly transacting online or via mobile, with over 3 million customers online and 2.2 million mobile banking users. DBS PayLah! has more than 450,000 users.

      DBS Group’s net profit for the first quarter this year rose to a record S$1.21 billion, up 1 per cent from a year ago, and 33 per cent up from the previous quarter.

       

      todayonline

  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,305 posts since Nov '03
    • Originally posted by AJQZC:

      We are left with

      1. Bt Panjang ITH opening & amendments

      2. New Bridge Rd (Kampong Bahru) Term opening

      3. DTL3 opening & amendments

      4. Changi Airport T4 & amendments

      5. New routes in Sengkang (1), Bedok (1), Tampines (1: suspected DTL3), Serangoon/Eunos (1: suspected DTL3 / 137)   (based on this post).   This probably leaves 68 for next year.

      6. Retirement of old bus models

      7. Any other miscellaneous amendments (123 was unexpected; it's likely there'll be another route change to make use of the space at HBF)

      Not suprised if there a new HBF-Marina Centra svc.

  • TehJarVu's Avatar
    116,687 posts since Dec '03
    • hardly possible
      becos noopig cleber good and reliable
      makes boss' work easy and his life so good and marnee mani mani

  • SMB315C's Avatar
    1,827 posts since Sep '14
    • Unsure whether I managed to spot the entire fleet earlier..

      806 fleet for Wednesday 19072017 PM Peak [80% WAB]

      1120M 1199L
      2 O405G

      1182P
      1 O530

      8015R 8036E
      2 A24

      5807U 5808S 5809P 5810J 5818M
      5 A95

  • SMB315C's Avatar
    1,827 posts since Sep '14
    • Originally posted by TIB 585L:

      any 806 bendies missing? 806 DD fleet add or upsize from SD/bendy?

      Suspected 8036E to 806.. 806 has a split shift Rigid slot as well.. 

  • laurence82's Avatar
    124,512 posts since Nov '03
  • SG4043S's Avatar
    15 posts since Jun '17
    • The heck? A hammer also want to create fuss ah? Wow  Imagine using the hammer to knock his head though 

      Edited by SG4043S 19 Jul `17, 9:13PM
  • AJQZC's Avatar
    943 posts since Sep '08
    • We are left with

      1. Bt Panjang ITH opening & amendments

      2. New Bridge Rd (Kampong Bahru) Term opening

      3. DTL3 opening & amendments

      4. Changi Airport T4 & amendments

      5. New routes in Sengkang (1), Bedok (1), Tampines (1: suspected DTL3), Serangoon/Eunos (1: suspected DTL3 / 137)   (based on this post).   This probably leaves 68 for next year.

      6. Retirement of old bus models

      7. Any other miscellaneous amendments (123 was unexpected; it's likely there'll be another route change to make use of the space at HBF)

      Edited by AJQZC 19 Jul `17, 9:10PM
  • SMB145B's Avatar
    2,169 posts since Dec '12
    • Originally posted by carbikebus:

      With LTA in charge,Expect the unexpected 😂😂😂

      the useless Khaw also ...

  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,305 posts since Nov '03
  • SMB145B's Avatar
    2,169 posts since Dec '12
    • Originally posted by vicamour:

      It's not about hate or not. It's more about the operating suitability and changes in the operating environment. 

      We are no longer in the environment that operators are fixated at particular models. It has come to a point that number of buses depends on the demands of the package of services and standard fleets allows such transitions to be easier and flexible, rather than setting more rules and make operations more difficult. 

      hey, flip floping again?

      if perth can have it all, why not here?

  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,305 posts since Nov '03
    • Originally posted by Path Light:

      How many parking lots at Yishun Bus Interchange ITH?

      47 lots