Where To Find #CaringSGCommuters

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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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Caring Blog

Caring Blog - Lester

Meet Lester Wong, Undergraduate and Caring Commuter Award 2019 Outstanding Winner

On the evening of 10 July 2019, Mr Lester Wong was taking the train home from work when an elderly commuter fell on the train.

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Caring Blog - Constance

Meet Constance Wong, Bank Executive and Caring Commuter Award 2019 Winner

Ms Constance Wong was on the train to work in the morning when a pregnant lady suddenly held her hand and told her that she was feeling unwell and needed help.

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Caring Blog - Azman

Meet Noor Azman Rosdi, Technician and Caring Commuter Award 2019 Winner

Mr Noor Azman Rosdi was taking a bus to work at Changi Airport on 25 July 2019 when he spotted a young boy asleep on the same bus and appeared to be alone.

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Caring Blog - Parvitar

Meet Parvitar Singh, National Serviceman and Caring Commuter Award 2019 Winner

On the evening of 29 July 2019, Mr Parvitar Singh spotted a crowd and saw a lady sitting on the floor at the Yishun Temporary Bus Interchange.

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Caring Blog - Zaim

Meet Za'im Akmal Bin Zaini, Secondary School Student and Caring Commuter Award 2019 Winner

On 22 July 2019, Mr Zai’m Akman Bin Zaini was waiting for a bus home from the bus stop near West Mall when he was approached by a primary school student, who was crying.

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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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