How is PTC helping to improve public transport?

Jan 201521
No fare increase for more than 1.1 million commuters
The Public Transport Council has decided to grant an overall net fare adjustment of 2.8% for the 2014 Fare Review Exercise. Adult commuters and students will experience lower fare increase as compared to last year’s adjustment. Senior citizens, lower-wage workers, persons with disabilities and concession pass holders will not see any change to their fares. In total, more than 1.1 million commuters will see their fares unchanged.
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Nov 201419
2014 Fare Review Exercise
The PTC has begun the annual fare review exercise. The public transport operators may submit their applications for fare review to the PTC for consideration, by 19 December 2014. The Council will evaluate the applications carefully and announce its decision in the first quarter of 2015.
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Oct 201414
Bus Operators' QoS results for the period of December 2013 to May 2014
For the 6-month period from 1 December 2013 to 31 May 2014, SBS Transit Ltd and SMRT Buses Ltd had met all the QoS standards.
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Jan 201424
PTC's clarification on why service quality component is not added to the fare formula
PTC provided a response to forum letters on why service quality component is not added to the fare formula.
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Dec 201304
Ensuring affordable fares for low-income commuters
PTC responded to Mr Chew Mun Kit's forum letter "Not accurate to consider average wage increase" dated 15 November 2013 in ST Forum.
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Jul 201328
Bus operators must meet standards
The PTC and LTA issued a joint reply to Mr Yiu Wing Lit's letter on "Is overcrowding on buses an offence?"
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