Christopher Tan, The Straits Times

Christopher Tan, The Straits Times

16 October 2020
Train service disruption in Singapore
Train services on three MRT lines were disrupted by a power fault on 14th October evening during  peak-hour traffic. The power fault affected over 30 stations along North-South line, East-West line and Circle line. SMRT has promised a full investigation - but based preliminary findings, there was a breakdown of insulation of a power cable between Tuas Link and Tuas West Road stations. To find out more Prime Time's Rachel Kelly spoke to Christopher Tan, Senior Transport Correspondent, The Straits Times.

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12 September 2019
ComfortDelGro's digital transformation
In an exclusive interview with The Straits Times, ComfortDelGro CEO, Ang Wei Neng, said the company had embarked on a digital transformation, to go head-to-head with Grab and Gojek. But will it be enough to catch up with the ride-hailing disruptors? ST's senior transport correspondent, Christopher Tan shares more in our regular transport segment.

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18 July 2019
Move: COE supply for August-October to shrink significantly
The COE supply for the next three months is set to shrink quite significantly - by 16.5 per cent.This means that for the August to October period, there will be 4,904 COEs a month for cars.Move is a segment where we discuss all things related to transport. Christopher Tan, Senior Transport Correspondent from The Straits Times weighs in.

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