Public Transport in Singapore
Public transportation in Singapore is the primary mode of transport for the vast majority of people living in Singapore.
Approximately 1.2 million riders per day utilize the MRT and LRT systems, and roughly 3 million people riding the buses.
That's around 70% of the population!
[The photographs below are taken by our team members.]
|Some of the information you can see at bus stops!||Look at the number of buses that stop by this bus stop!|
|Public bus is one of the most widely taken forms of public transport in Singapore. Bus services providers include SBS Transit(Singapore Bus Services) and SMRT (Singapore Mass Rapid Transit).||A SBS Transit Bus stopping at the busstop to pick up passengers.|
Public Trains - Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)
|Another common form of public transport: also known as Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) trains.
It provides a fast, easy and safe journey to almost any part of Singapore!
Doesn't it look comfortable?
|Hey hey taxi!
Another common (but less affordable) form of public transport you can find in Singapore!
|Taxi stands designated for taxis to pick up passengers are common outside shopping malls and MRT stations. There are many taxi companies in Singapore, such as Comfort Delgro and Citycab.|