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From supporting an elderly commuter with their mobility, to walking with a lost commuter, to guiding a visually-impaired commuter to his destination - together, our efforts can make public transport more welcoming and inclusive for all.

This is what the Caring SG Commuters movement aims to do — enrich the experience of all commuters by harnessing the positivity to look out for one another when taking public transport.

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CARE by Hillgrove: Students join the Caring SG Commuters movement with Tower Transit Singapore

Watch Hillgrove Secondary School students show they care at Bukit Batok MRT Station and bus interchange.

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Mr Melvin Yong at Heart Zone @ Jurong East

What Does It Mean To Be A Caring Commuter? Mr Melvin Yong Visits Heart Zone @ Jurong East To Find Out

"It is not just about getting to our destination on time, but also about looking out for others who may be in need while on our daily commute."

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Faces of Commute


Meet Jason Setok, A Visually-Impaired Commuter

"You might be surprised to know that I do rock-climbing!"

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Enjoyable Rides


Is The Priority Seat An Entitlement?

Last week, I took the MRT and it was quite packed. I am a senior citizen and I had hoped that someone would be kind enough to offer me a seat, as has happened before. But not this time.

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CARE by Chung Cheng

CARE by Chung Cheng: Students share why it's still important to offer assistance despite potential rejection

Some 1,200 students from Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) went around the Yishun estate to help elderly commuters at MRT stations and bus interchanges on 6 March.

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Faces of Commute


Meet Mr Tan, A Wheelchair-Bound Commuter

Find out more about what it's like to commute on a wheelchair through Mr Tan's personal account.

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