16 Dec '11, 9am

#smrt CEO Gets Her Own Poster #sgpolitics

#smrt CEO Gets Her Own Poster #sgpolitics

apologised to the 127,000 commuters who were affected by one of the worst rail disruptions in Singapore to date. "Very, very sorry" she said and she would consider resigning if necessary. You know Phaik Hwa, don't need to waste time to consider, just quit now. Here's a video of passengers stranded in the MRT tunnel being evacuated from their train last night. Shamsofcourse says: "A short video footage of how my brother made his way out of the train that broke down underground." LTA wants you to name 4 new MRT stations. Here's my submission: Frustration, Chaos, Breakdown and Disruption. goo.gl/fkn0C — I.Z. Reloaded (@izreloaded) December 16, 2011 And on another note, SMRT wants you to name its new stations. I reckon these four names are very suitable. What say you?

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