5 MAN A22 Buses joined Go-Ahead Singapore’s fleet and started operations this week on Monday, 9 September 2019. These buses were leased by Go-Ahead Singapore to support an increase in its fleet with the commencement of new Express Bus Service 43e on the same day.
Sporting shiny rims with new yellow wheel-nut indicators, these buses were sighted operating on Punggol Feeder Bus Services 381, 382G, 382W and Services 43e and 84 on the first day. Registered as SG1840Z – SG1844M, The buses are from the latest batch of buses procured by the Land Transport Authority. Latest commuter-friendly features are available on these buses, which are equipped with USB Charging Ports and Passenger Information Display System.
Since the start of Go-Ahead’s operations, 5 new bus services (12e, 43e, 68, 381 and 661) were added, while existing services have been improved with additional trips and new short trip services. While Go-Ahead Singapore’s fleet of buses is mostly made up of Volvo B9TL and Mercedes-Benz Citaro buses, the company received 15 MAN A95 and 3 MAN A22 buses last year in tandem with new developments and growth in ridership. On 25 March 2019, another 9 Euro 6 MAN A22 and MAN A95 buses began operations together with the commencement of Short Trip Services 34B & 85A on the same day.
MAN Buses under Go-Ahead Singapore
- MAN A22
- SG1720L SG1797R SG1798M SG1840Z SG1841X SG1842T SG1843R SG1844M SG1849A
- MAN A95
- SG5904Y SG5905U SG5906S SG5907P SG5908L SG5909J SG5910D SG5911B SG5912Z SG5913X SG5914T SG5915R SG5918H SG5919E SG5920A SG6090M SG6091K SG6092H SG6093E SG6094C SG6095A SG6105E SG6106C
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GA is now down to just 6 units of Euro 6 A95s after transferring SG6106C to SBST and returned SG6105E back to storage.