All-of-SMRT Approach to Keep Trains Moving

In SMRT, all staff have a part to play in keeping train services moving. SMRT managers and staff, not just those on the front line, also perform customer service duties during periods when large numbers of commuters are expected to use the network to attend events. All new staff joining SMRT are also familiarised with different aspects of commuter operations before taking up other assignments in the company.


Rail Renewal Milestone: 188,000 Sleepers Replaced

To enhance rail reliability and to provide better journeys for millions of commuters who travel with SMRT every day, we embarked on the biggest rail transformation programme since rail operations began in Singapore in 1987. SMRT Trains and the Land Transport Authority took three years to replace all 188,000 wooden sleepers with concrete ones on the North-South and East-West Lines.

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1 day ago

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On the eve of Chinese New Year (31 Jan), the operating hours will be adjusted for these bus services: 🚍 964, 971, 665, 951E and 982E.Please refer to the poster below for more details. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

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Yesterday, SMRT hosted the Queen’s Baton Relay 🏃‍♂️ from Bayfront to Orchard station.The MRT-leg of the relay recognises the longstanding partnership 🤝 between the University of Birmingham and SMRT to train Singapore’s rail engineers and research partnerships that help improve efficiency and reliability of the rail network. 🚆Check out the video for more!#SMRT #AllAboutTrains ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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This morning, representatives from the British High Commission (UK in Singapore), the University of Birmingham and SMRT took part in a leg of the 2022 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay in Singapore from Bayfront to Orchard stations! 🏃One of the Queen's Baton bearers, Mr Goh Kai Xiang from SMRT, said: “It is a great honour for me to be a part of the Queen’s Baton Relay in Singapore.”Mr Lee Ling Wee, SMRT Corporation’s Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer and President International, said: “SMRT’s collaboration with the University of Birmingham exemplifies our commitment to the deepening of rail engineering expertise. Together with the authorities and institutes of higher learning, we are constantly building a steady pipeline of dedicated engineers for the local rail industry, such as Kai Xiang.”For more info about the Queen's Baton Relay, refer to the link here: tinyurl.com/2p8jhw53Singapore National Olympic Council ... See MoreSee Less
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