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Now a day , bus 14 & 65 in the morning 0800am , waiting time is 14 to 15mins? In the morning must wait this time?
We are paying more & more of the service, how can accepted 15 mins waiting in the morning of 8am?
Hope your improving the timing.
This may report to LTA .
This morning, i happened to stand very near to the bus driver, and I can see from the screen that the bus driver can see the top view of the bus, as if there’s a camera a few metres above the bus. May I know how did they do that?
Please do something about the accuracy in the timings of bus leaving the interchange. Buses either arrived before the posted timing or don’t arrive at all. I was late for work today as bus 7 that was shown to arrive at 7.36am didn’t arrive and the next bus came at 7.49am. For common people like me, we depend on public transport. Pls be more responsible in giving accurate and timely info.
I was told only the old ezlink card is accepted on premium bus and the old card will be phased out soon. Could you advise what type of new ezlink card is acceptable for travel on premium bus?
I was on board bus no 34 last night 8/4/22 from terminal 1 to Tampines. Me and my colleague boarded at 2303, and the bus was almost empty after leaving the airport vicinity. Sometime after we left terminal 4, the driver stopped suddenly. He stepped out of his drivers seat, stood facing us as we were 4 or 5 rows from the front, and showed us the sign with his finger to shut our mouth! He then pointed at the poster affixed behind the driver’s seat which I then realised we should not be talking!
We both had our masks on so we assumed he was telling us in sign language we should not be talking!
If that was his message, I think this was done very poorly and lacked courtesy, politeness and smacks of pure rudeness to interrupt us suddenly without decent mannerisms etc.
We were talking normally, in English and not in foreign languages, and not at all any louder than the engine noise from the bus.
I would be grateful if you could please instill in your drivers, courtesy and politeness when confronting anyone as a passenger who you think is talking or making noises and these would normally not come from matured and educated people. If he wants to instill such strict disciplines, then please ensure this is reminded to everyone during boarding, when the pandemic so requires and be seen to be practising this uniformly to everyone on any of your buses. If the situation for observing SMM is being reduced then you should also make the necessary adjustments accordingly.