– Wayne Chen, Principal Engineer, Permanent Way After seven years at a statutory board, I made the move to SMRT Trains in 2015 with the hope of contributing more to the rail industry. What attracted me to the company, was the fact that SMRT has many brownfield projects to work on, whereas it was […]
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In transit systems from London to Sydney, rail passengers are told to “mind the gap” between the train and the platform. For Mr Shahrin Abdol Salam, Senior Vice President, Plans and Development, SMRT Trains, the phrase takes on a deeper meaning as his team works on the massive renewal of the 30-year-old North-South and East-West […]
In 2017, SMRT celebrates 30 years of MRT operations. Delivering a world-class transport service that is safe, reliable and customer-centric is at the heart of what we do. As Singapore’s iconic train operator, we carry more than two million passengers on our train network daily. Throughout our 30 years of service, we have connected communities […]
System-level performance checks of the new signalling system have placed SMRT in the spotlight recently. Mr Lee Ling Wee, Chief Executive Officer, SMRT Trains, updated the media at the SMRT-LTA Update on the re-signalling project today (14 July 2017). We share his remarks here. *** Good morning, members of the media. I just have three […]
Since we began regular system-level performance checks on the new signalling system for the North-South Line, we have received valuable feedback and suggestions from many individuals and organisations. I thought it would be useful to share with commuters the intricacies of implementing a new signalling system on an existing line. Greenfield projects in railway engineering […]
Last month, we answered 7 commonly asked questions about SMRT Trains’ new signalling system. As system-level performance checks on the new signalling system for the North-South Line (NSL) continue, we seek to regularly answer the questions you have on re-signalling. 1. Compared to the Circle Line (CCL) and the Downtown Line (DTL), why is […]
Harnessing the best available technologies and working with forward-thinking research institutions is helping SMRT Trains put more early-warning systems in place and build a rail network that is future-ready. It is not unlike the perfectly-timed choreography of a Formula One pit stop team. Four men from the Emergency Response Unit (ERU) stand trackside on SMRT’s […]
Weekday system-level performance checks on the new signalling system for North-South Line (NSL) commenced on 29 May 2017. As the new signalling system is fine-tuned by engineers, commuters may expect teething issues from the new system while aboard NSL trains between Marina South Pier and Jurong East. This guide explains some of the situations you […]
SMRT Corporation and the University of Birmingham, one of the top universities for railway science and education in the United Kingdom, have embarked on four research projects that will enhance the reliability of railway networks. About 20 SMRT engineers will be involved in research carried out at the University’s state-of-the-art railway laboratories. When necessary, SMRT […]
Delivering a world-class transport service that is safe, reliable and customer-centric is at the heart of what we do. Senior Station Manager Katijah Bte Sarbu won the Best Customer Service for Transport award at the Singapore Tourism Awards 2017. This was SMRT Corporation’s fourth consecutive win in the category. Katijah receiving the award from Mr […]