27 Sep '17, 6am

MRT breakdown support group that might offer free rides:

MRT breakdown support group that might offer free rides:

Chances are (if you’re a plebeian like us and take the MRT), you would have experienced a train breakdown at least once by now. If you’re lucky, it’s an additional “20 minutes” to your journey. If you’re not so lucky, you’ll find yourself breaking down along with the MRT. Free rides in times of emergency But now, some superheroes have started a MRT breakdown support group on Facebook. It’s aptly called TATA SMRT , which stands for “The Alternate Transport Advisory & Singapore Magnificent Rescue Team”. The group aims to create a pool of volunteer drivers who provide free rides in the event of a major breakdown — especially for students who are running late for exams. They also encourage car and cab pooling among commuters. Advertisement Story continues below Some Articles That Could Use Traffic You will kill your dreams, and this is why The real reasons you will never achie...

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