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travelling from singapore to kukup?
Anyone can share with me how i can travel from singapore to kukup? I wish to travel on my own and thus, would be taking the public transport. Help?? Thanks alot!! =)
Answer: Sure, i havent heard of that place before... Kukup? Where is it?
H.K. Is Dirtiest Financial Center in the World
As Chief Executive Donald Tsang steps down after seven years in office, he leaves a city that boasts the world’s most valuable stock exchange, hosted three of the five biggest initial share ... to Transport for London. Singapore phased out ...
Is Singapore doing enough to draw commuters to public transport? What issues need to be addressed?
A transport survey in Singapore has shown that the public transport share has shrunk.
The survey of some 10,500 households revealed that despite efforts by the authorities to get more people on buses and trains, challenges still remain.
Singapore aims to boost the usage of public transport among its population to 70 per cent by 2020. But the Household Interview Travel Survey showed that the target is now harder to achieve.
The survey found that 59 per cent of respondents used public transport last year, down from 63 per cent in 2004.
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Answer: Public transport are not user friendly to children and toddlers especially. Mothers find it a handful to handle children on trains and buses. Most of the time , there are barely enough seats for mothers with children. I am perplexed too! Why are taxis not considered part of public transport? The public uses them too. Anyway, I find that taxi drivers drive recklessly and the taxis' interior are uncomfortable. Why uncomfortable? Coz they air con is barely functioning and the seats have lost their 'spring'. As the result of their recklessness, I often experience car sickness. Moreover, they tend not to consult the route that you like and take a roundabout way. I avoid taxis unless absolutely and definitely necessary. Why pay more when you cannot get the level of service required? Taxi companies should be more innovative in providing services and setting their fares. It's always 'follow the leader' situation. The government should have a more hands off approach. On the other hand, since taxi companies are considered private by government definition, they should be free to set the fares that they find suitable as long as they are clear and listed in every taxis. There should be less or no need to apply for approval for revisions. Why apply since they are not considered part of public transport that affect the 'public'? The current fare structure can be confusing at times. To notify the public of changes in fare, taxi companies should exercise social responsibility to broadcast to the various media of their changes. The only simple thing that people desire about public buses is the time and reliability. Not much has changed over the years. To encourage a clean and green environment and curb obesity, Singaporeans should be encouraged to cycle. Singapore is not a big country where traveling is very long and far. There should be dedicated bicycle tracks with shelter if possible. Take a cue from the 1st world European countries like Finland or Sweden, where everyone is encouraged to cycle. The air and quality of life improved.
STOCK NEWS SINGAPORE-UBS names Golden Agri among top sector picks
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“Mana Rapid Transit” app to keep commuters updated on ...
The frequent breakdowns and delays of MRT trains in Singapore has led to one local start-up to design an unique app to keep commuters updated on Singapore's 'up and down' MRT network. Known as ... Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew has said earlier in Parliament that while the government will try to minimize 'major disruptions' of more than 30 minutes, some disruptions and defects on the heavily-used MRT were 'unavoidable'. ... Share this: Twitter · Facebook ...
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This also happened in Singapore as the public transport mode share during the morning peak hours has declined from 67% in 1997 to 63% in 2004 (LTA 2008, 4).
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The public transport mode share in Singapore has dropped from 67% to 59% between 1997 and 2008. At the same time, the increased number of car trips had ...
STOCK NEWS SINGAPORE-JPMorgan raises First Resources target price
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Singapore experiences shared
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Overview of Singapore's Land Transport System
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YAMATO TRANSPORT (S) PTE. LTD.
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Bus and taxi services are not going to develop further, with 2 bus companies and 7 taxi companies competing for market share. Singapores public transport network is one ...
Advice needed for bringing pet dog from Thailand into Spore?
Have a 2 year old female rottweiler, which I want to bring back home to Singapore from Thailand. Anyone who has had experience of transporting your dog in from abroad, please share with me advice on:
1) Transport agent
2) Airlines or other modes of transport, crating etc
3) What kind of costs did you incur
4) Any other useful tips
Much gratitude! Hope to be reunited with my beloved soon!
Answer: we are travelling with our two cats this august 16 and we already got all of the papers needed.we r travelling from south korea to philippines.if u r travelling with the dog,call singapore embassy about their rules in importing dogs.in philippines,they ask us about import permit,health certificate and rabies vaccines.if u want to have the dog be shipped alone,theres these shipping company which will do everything from papers to vaccines to transporting.try this link and search for their branches worldwide. http://www.ipata.com/page.php?rp=2 try also UPS if u have them in ur area coz they also offer animal trasporting.goodluck and i hope u can bring ur baby back home soon.me too i just cant leave my two adorable kittens thats why im bringing them home :)
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If Only Singaporeans Stopped to Think: Public transport fare formula
Low-wage workers in all of these cities, including Singapore, may have to spend a far larger share of their daily wages on train fares. In Singapore, low-income groups receive targeted help in the form of transport vouchers.
Myanmar lures Singapore Inc
Participants in the delegation have sounded similarly optimistic notes, while at least one Singaporean property and construction company, Yoma Strategic Holdings, saw its share price ... and transportation, has strong ties to Singapore and is also on ...
A SNOW-WHITE fortress in the style of the English Renaissance, garnished with crenellations, pepper pot turrets and an octagonal keep, is not quite what youd expect to find on a steamy bluff overlooking an equatorial river in Malaysian Borneo. But Fort Margherita, built in 1879 by Charles Brooke, the second White Rajah of Sarawak, is just one of - DANIEL ROBINSON is working on the second edition of Lonely Planets Borneo guide. - By DANIEL ROBINSON
The Rise of the Tao
YIN XINHUI reached the peak of Mount Yi and surveyed the chaos. The 47-year-old Taoist abbess was on a sacred mission: to consecrate a newly rebuilt temple to one of her religions most important deities, the Jade Emperor. But there were as yet no stairs, just a muddy path up to the pavilion, which sat on a rock outcropping 3,400 feet above a - Ian Johnson is the author of A Mosque in Munich and Wild Grass: Three Stories of Change in Modern China. He is based in Beijing. - By IAN JOHNSON
LTA hands out new award for Transport Thought Leaders
SINGAPORE - Professor Cham Tao Soon ... for providing constructive feedback and suggestions to improve upon the transport network. He encouraged the public to continue sharing their observations with the Government. This years Land Transport Excellence ...
Why you should startup your business in Singapore
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ST Electronics gets $27m Circle Line contract, $67m satcom contract
In a statement yesterday, ST Engineering also said that as part of a consortium comprising ALSTOM Transport and ALSTOM Transport (S), ST Electronics was awarded a contract by Singapores Land ... net tangible assets per share and earnings per share for ...
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Global Airline Group Slashes Profit Forecast
SINGAPORE -- Global airlines cut their 2011 profit forecast Monday by more than half, to $4 billion, as high oil prices and turmoil in Japan, North Africa and the Middle East weigh on the industrys recovery. The International Air Transport Association, which represents most global carriers, also warned of a looming trade war if Europe moves ahead - By REUTERS
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I.H.T. OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR; Japans Overblown Anxiety
In Japan, anxiety over a lost decade has given way to fear that economic growth is never coming back. Japanese pundits warn that the country has lost its animal spirits. A business leader I spoke with during a recent visit talked of relocating his companys operations to Singapore. Another asked if I thought Japan would still be around in - By IAN BREMMER
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Globalization. Is this what it represents?
I thought Id share this little tidbit with you all:
Finally, a definition of globalization I can understand and to which I can relate.
Question: What is the truest definition of Globalization?
Answer: Princess Dianas death.
Question: How come?
Answer: An English princess with an Egyptian boyfriend crashes in a French tunnel, riding in a German car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian who was drunk on Scottish whisky (check the bottle before you change the spelling), followed closely by Italian Paparazzi on Japanese motorcycles. She was treated by an American doctor using Brazilian medicines.
This is sent to you by an American using Bill Gatess technology, and youre probably reading this on your computer that uses Taiwanese chips and a Korean monitor, was assembled by Bangladeshi workers in a Singapore plant, transported by Indian lorry-drivers, hijacked by Indonesians, unloaded by Sicilian longshoremen, and trucked to you by Mexican illegals.....
jebul. I AM using his operating system. This does not state that Gates invented the computer. Wake up and quit the name calling!
Answer: You must have been up really late thinking about this one. LOL Good one though! :)
Virgins decision slashes market share of low-cost carriers
Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics figures to be ... Qantas remained market leader with a 17.7 per cent share, followed by Singapore Airlines with 8.9 per cent, Emirates with 8.3 per cent, Jetstar with 8.1 per cent and Virgin ...
Singapores Land Transport: A tale of two companies
As a result, their share prices skyrocketed between 5.9% and 6.6% ... company would create a company that can offer a holistic transport solution to Singapore ...
DEALBOOK; A Start-Up Airline Finds Its Place in the Tiny Maldives
BEIJING - At a time when many airlines are filing for bankruptcy or consolidating routes, George Weinmann is jumping into the industry with a start-up. Mr. Weinmann, the chief executive of Mega Maldives Airlines, is going after a growing niche, linking increasingly affluent China with the Maldives, a tiny island nation. The American entrepreneur - Start-up airline Mega Maldives Airlines is aimed at growing niche, linking increasingly affluent China with the Maldives; company is continuing to expand, selling mainly to group tours organized by travel agents. Photo (M)9 - By RON GLUCKMAN
Decline in Shipping Business Puts Squeeze on Ports
Until mid-2008, the main worries for most port operators were congestion and a lack of infrastructure to cope with growing demand. Now, with shipping companies trying to save money by minimizing port calls, operators also face leaner times. Jesper Kjaerdegaard, a partner at the maritime consulting firm Mercator International in London, said that - By MATTHEW SALTMARSH
Singapores Transportation Secrets | Citiscope
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Airlines Rush to Fill Skies Above Asia
HONG KONG -- Rapid economic growth, rising affluence and increased liberalization are leading to a flurry of new airline projects in the Asia-Pacific region. Hardly a week seems to go by without news of another venture. On Tuesday, Qantas Airways, the Australian carrier, announced plans for not just one, but two new airline operations, underscoring - By BETTINA WASSENER
Energy Efficient Singapore - Transport
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Wealthy Turn to Social Media for Investment Help
PARIS -- Will the ultrawealthy find their place in the social media explosion? A handful of entrepreneurs think so and are building businesses around it. One such entrepreneur is Caroline Garnham. She started a Web site, Family Bhive, in London three years ago as a Facebook for the fortunate, where those with serious cash could interact - By MATTHEW SALTMARSH
Public Transport Operators in Singapore Should Remain as Public ...
The existing high modal share of public transport (59% of trips) in Singapore is primarily a result of captive users or the person who unable to have a private car.
Qantas A380 saved because 5 pilots were on on board. How often are check pilots on board?
ATSB credits Qantas pilots in A380 engine incident
By Geoffrey Thomas | December 6, 2010
Qantas A380. Photo: By Rob Finlayson.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau Chief Commissioner Martin Dolan credited Qantas pilots with saving the Airbus A380 that suffered an uncontained engine failure after take-off from Singapore Nov.4 (ATW Daily News, Dec. 3).
Addressing media on Friday in Canberra at the release of the ATSBs interim report on the incident, Dolan said that "the aircraft would not have arrived safely in Singapore without the focused and effective action of the flight crew.
The ATSB report also showed that the A380 lost 17 critical control systems and the five pilots onboard, with a combined experience of 72,000 hours, took just under an hour to deal with 54 error messages after debris from the Rolls-Royce Trent 972 engine ripped through the wing.
The crew—a captain, co-pilot and second officer—was bolstered by a check captain and training check captain on QF32.
On Friday, VP-Australian and International Pilots Assn. Richard Woodward said the pilots were forced to deal with an "unprecedented" number of issues during the two-hour ordeal. Dolan said that, while it was impossible to say how close QF32 came to disaster, the consequences of this type of uncontained failure "were very serious."
"The most serious damage in terms of scale was the result of one significant part of the turbine disc going directly through the wing of the aircraft," Dolan said. While the 54 error messages were demanding, the landing was extremely difficult and passengers were briefed for an overrun.
Answer: G'day Stuttgart, Thank you for your question. Very rarely from my time in the civil aviation bureaucracy. It would be very expensive to have that number of pilots but it is very lucky that they did on that occasion. It was more by good luck or good management. Regards
Drop in public transport share in Singapore transport survey ...
SINGAPORE: A transport survey in Singapore has shown that the public transport share has shrunk. The survey of some 10,500 households revealed that despite efforts by ...
Transporting Singapore -- The Air-Conditioned Nation
Transporting Singapore 371 from 63% to 58%, and the am peak mode share fell from 67% to 63%. Table 1 summarizes public transport ridership in 2006 ...
Singapore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Green Transport - Green Singapore 2050
... friendly and low-cost method that increases our transport systems efficiency. NTUC Income was responsible for setting up the first car sharing cooperative in Singapore in ...
Keppel Telecommunica : Keppel T&T expands with logistics park in Sino-Singapore Jilin Food Zone
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Green Transport - Green Singapore 2050
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Oct 26, 2009 ... The survey of some 10500 households revealed that despite efforts by the authorities to get more people on buses and trains, challenges still ...
INSIDE ASIA; Preparing for Chinas Tourism Boom
YABULI, CHINA -- Take a fast-emerging middle class with money to spend. Add improving transport links. Mix in with fewer travel curbs and favorable official policies. The result? A boom in domestic and outbound Chinese tourism. The same holds true for Asia as a whole. There is huge growth to come, said Nicolas Berbigier, chief executive of - By ALAN WHEATLEY | REUTERS
Drop in public transport share in Singapore?
Is this going to be an excuse to raise transport fares soon?
What is the LTA/media trying to imply out of the recent survey?
Answer: I suppose more ERP will be imposed to make more people use public transport. What they want is lesser cars in Singapore.. Lesser road congestion.. more people support the new MRT lines such as the circle line, north east line and the upcoming downtown line.. Above those they are intending to do, i guess what they should really think about is the frequency of public transport.. It is horrible.. As quoted from Professor Brian Collins, chief scientific advisor from UK's Department of Transport, said: "Making buses punctual, making trains punctual, and making them more frequent - refining that predictability of travel time is one of the issues that people really like. They will like to know when they are going to arrive, arrive safely and in comfort." This is indeed a better system for public transport.. When you drive there is comfort.. But when you take public transport in the morning.. You faces problem like squeezing like a Sardine pack in a small can, miss the bus due to over crowded and etc. There is no comfort at all.. I wonder what is the sampling population they surveyed..
New NTU training course for Chinese officials
NTU has access to past and present leaders to share their best practices in public administration. They included former transport minister, Yeo Cheow Tong, and former defence minister, Dr Yeo Ning Hong. Mr Heng said; "Not all of Singapores ...
New group hopes to develop youth interest in issues
They came together from diverse backgrounds - lawyers, researchers and civil society members - to discuss one of the hottest topics now - public transport ... National Youth Council (NYC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF).
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lol, strongest military in world cannot stop Somali pirates ,what is the problem?
Somali pirates seize ship with 20 Filipino crew
By KATHARINE HOURELD (AP) – 9 hours ago
NAIROBI, Kenya — Somali pirates have seized a Japanese-owned cargo ship with 20 Filipino crew members onboard, the European Union Naval Force said Monday.
The owners of the Panama-flagged Izumi received an automatically released distress signal Sunday afternoon, indicating that the vessel was likely under attack by pirates, said E.U. Naval Force spokesman Lt. Col. Per Klingvall.
A Danish warship was sent to investigate and made contact with the Izumis captain early Monday. He reported that the ship was under pirate control. It is now traveling to Somalia and is around 170 miles (274 kilometers) south of the Somali capital of Mogadishu.
A French warship is monitoring the situation as the Izumi heads toward Somalia, said Klingvall.
The Izumi is operated by NYK-Hinode Line, Ltd and was traveling between Singapore and Mombasa, said Yuki Shimoda, an official at Japans Transport Ministry. It was not immediately known what cargo the 14,152-ton Izumi was carrying.
Somali pirates now hold 18 ships and 389 crew. The sailors are not usually hurt or killed but can be held for months while their captors negotiate a multimillion-dollar ransom.
Somalia has been a failed state for nearly 20 years and the cash from piracy is one of the few ways its inhabitants can make money. The lions share of the loot is usually split between financiers, negotiators, and local militias. The gunmen who go out to sea in tiny skiffs and guard the captive ships also get a cut, usually between $10,000 and $15,000 each.
Answer: @ George S: How ignorant. I would expect someone who studies social institutions and cultures to know the proper demonym of the people he discusses. It's Somali, not Somalian. The issue about the so-called "pirates" has absolutely nothing to do with overpopulation. Somalia's economy is doing poorly because the country has no government and so it cannot develop. The "piracy" along the Somali coast began when Western and other wealthy regions' companies began dumping toxic waste into Somalia's waters sometime around 1989-1990. This was when Somalia's government collapsed and these companies needed a place to freely dump their toxic waste. The effects of this dumping includes the pollution of these waters, children who go swimming in now toxic areas become very sick, I've even heard of some swimmers' skins peeling. Somalia has the longest coastline in Africa and so naturally maritime trade and fishing are some common traits of Somalia. Fishermen's livelihood were affected - they could not provide for their families as the fish were dying and the economy was, and still is, very poor so they could not find other jobs. Somalis tried to bring the issue to the attention to the UN but the UN merely brushed them off as "claims", refusing to look into the matter. So the fishermen took matters into their own hands, and took to their small boats and whatever they could arm themselves with to chase off intruding ships. Since then, the piracy has escalated once warlords found that there was a profit to be made in piracy. However, this does not excuse the ignorance of the pollution of Africa's waters and land. The West has, as it usually does when it comes to international events and affairs, propagated the entire matter, purposely leaving out or else making only a small mention of the dumping. This is a huge issue that doesn't only affect Somalia but other parts of Africa. In my opinion, these ships have no business in Somalia's waters, the Navy has no need to be stationed in Somalia's waters, and the pirates shouldn't resort to kidnapping (there's no evidence of any Somali pirate killing a single foreigner). It's sadly telling about the Western world's mentality - no one seemed to care until these wealthy companies incidentally belonging to Western countries (mainly European) were losing money when they lost their dumping grounds. But like one character said in the movie "Sahara" "nobody cares about Africa" - unless what's going on affects West. Even then, Africa's well-being are not put into consideration.
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Can you please go through the (Salary) offer details below i received from my company to work in singapore?
The offer is as below.
*Annual salary S$57,000 [pay over 13 months]
*Transport allowance S$300 per month [S$3600 per year]
*incentive 16% of annual salary
*relocation assistance to Singapore
*1 month salary for as relocation allowance
*1st month in Singapore, the Company will put you in a temp accommodation
*you will receive per diem of S$90 per day for 30 day only.
Please let me know if the offer ia good.will I be able to live comfortably and save money.
I am 25 single and will share a room with my offc frnd at farrel park,is it a good place,what will be the rent ?
My Office is near Bugis MRT station.Ill be moving by June 15th.
Pelase advice me ASAP.Also please share info which you think will help me
Answer: That's pretty good considering your experience (noted you are 25).
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Got job as Software Engineer, SG4500$ approx?
I got a job in Singapore and they are offering me SG4500$ PM. I just want to know about the every month expenses in Singapore and how much i can save.
Right now i am alone and after 2 month i will bring my family.
So before joining i want to know about the expenses.
Is this a good salary ?
Can anyone breakdown the expenses like
Room (sharing / single)
Indian Food (Near Maxwell Road)
Answer: Min room cost would be 800/m including utilities. Public transport would be 100/person (no cabs but bus/mrt) Food is up to you as it's depending on personal choices but a typical meal with a coffee in a food court/coffee shop would be ~ 6 Phone/comm would be ~50/m Add on other expenses like medical, internet, long distance calls, entertainment, utilities, home expenses, income tax etc. There are quite many similar questions asked before. Do search for it.
Riding 21st Century Rails
BEIJING -- Nearly 150 years after American railroads brought in thousands of Chinese laborers to build rail lines across the West, China is poised once again to play a role in American rail construction. But this time, it would be an entirely different role: supplying the technology, equipment and engineers to build high-speed rail lines. The - China hopes to supply its technology, equipment, engineers and knowledge of high-speed rail lines to United States in export of its expertise in building such systems; signs cooperation agreements with California and General Electric to begin building rail lines that will carry trains operating at sustained speeds of 215 miles per hour; China has become world leader in high-speed train industry, but considerable obstacles remain before nation can build railways in United States; photos; map (M) - By KEITH BRADSHER
Singapore in global green growth effort as C40 observer city
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