Welcome to Singapore: A global showcase, a publication from Passenger Transport.

A small island with a population of 5.5 million people and a highly developed economy, Singapore has long been a pioneer in the sphere of urban transport, implementing the world’s first congestion pricing scheme in 1975. It continues to innovate, and recently implemented a new bus franchising regime.

This special publication from Passenger Transport examines the policies, projects and initiatives that are being implemented in this influential city state. It features an article on nine steps that Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) is taking towards sustainable transport. Meanwhile, Sue Chan, Head of UITP Asia Pacific, explains how public transport is playing a key role across the Asian region.

We hope you find it an interesting read and we welcome all feedback.

 


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