Condition Monitoring Technologies

SMRT has been building its capabilities with condition monitoring technologies as early as 1995, with the introduction of the Multi-Function Vehicle (MFV). The MFV can scan long stretches of track, if not the entire line, to collect data that relates to track geometry, rail flaws and other measurements.

Keeping our cool

Air conditioning is a crucial component in keeping commuters cool on the train. Nothing irks us more than hoping to escape the humid Singapore weather by taking the train, only to find it stuffy and warm.


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We had a successful trial on Tuesday (March 28) with the switchover for the first new signalling system on the North-South Line (NSL). We'll be carrying out another trial tonight (March 30) at around 11pm. During this time, all trains along the NSL will remain stationary for about 10 minutes as our Operations Control Centre and train captains switch the network over to the new signalling system. In-train and station announcements will be made to keep all commuters informed. Commuters may seek assistance from our staff who will be on standby at all North-South Line stations. We thank all commuters for your patience and understanding! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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#Allaboutbuses Did you know that SMRT Buses has ramped up from 1 to 3 new SMART Bus Operations Control Centres (BOCCs) located at Ang Mo Kio, Woodlands and Kranji Depot respectively?

Each SMART BOCC will now serve a dedicated zone as part of the bus contracting model to better allow us to focus on service reliability by responding faster and better manage the regularity of our bus services!

Here's a peek at how the newly renovated SMART BOCC at Ang Mo Kio Depot looks! 🙂
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