Train breakdown 28 June 17

This is the first major breakdown that affect both directions on the North South Line. Free bus boarding services were available for those buses that ply past the MRT Stations.


It start with the notification and LTA also got the time wrong. 

Notice the timing difference with the posting and the actual content. The notification always are later than the actual event. Twitter is the best place to get the latest news than the incumbent news agency. There is a lot of procrastination on the ground level to prevent the out flow of information.


The massive crowd overflowing the Jurong East Station platforms. Everyone is eager to get home after work.


Everyone queuing to get heir chance to enter the station to proceed to the next destination.


The incumbent news agency had inform the communters to endure for a few more months. Singapore residents are gullible and had to listen. There are limited venues for you to get your message across in Singapore.

We have to endure as they fine tune the system at the expense of our time. Bosses, I am late as the public transport need times to adjust accordingly.

SGH Clinic A Payment

It is Friday and the SGH ENT Clinic is packed with patients. The current bottleneck process is the payment and appointment counter. You will have to patiently wait for your turn. This may take 30 minutes to one hour.

Everyone is trying to pay attention to the staffs calling the patient to make payment and fix the next appointment. I am wondering when this process can be change or there is limitation in their work flow. My advice is to apply for the service express and skip the payment and appointment counter.

Apply for Service Express>>>

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First vending machine ‘cafe’ at MRT station: A look at 13 quirky vending machines from around the world, Singapore News & Top Stories – The Straits Times

SINGAPORE – The first vending machine “cafe” at an MRT station has opened at Ang Mo Kio, with five machines serving more than 90 food and beverage options.The Chef-in Box VendCafe occupies a ground floor retail space and offers hot meals, drinks and snacks for under $6.

Source: First vending machine ‘cafe’ at MRT station: A look at 13 quirky vending machines from around the world, Singapore News & Top Stories – The Straits Times