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No #MondayBlues for our creative #Pisces pals who explore their endless imagination during their daily #WalkCycleRide commutes. 💭🌈

Tag a Pisces friend to spread some positive vibes! ♓️
During our recent enforcement operation, four drivers were caught providing illegal cross-border chauffeured services between Singapore and Malaysia.

#PSA We take these offences very seriously. For your own safety, do refrain from using such services. Besides being illegal, the vehicles used may not be sufficiently insured against third party liabilities which could pose a serious problem for passengers should an accident occur.

#Reminder Drivers who are caught providing illegal hire-and-reward services, including cross-border services without a valid Public Service Vehicle License (#PSVL), can be fined up to $3,000, imprisoned for up to six months, or both. The vehicle used may also be forfeited.
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Say hello to a 100% #CleanerEnergy public bus fleet by 2040 and join Ah Hui for a #SustainableRide on board our 60 electric buses today! ⚡️🚌🌱🌏

Learn more about #ElectricVehicles (EVs) at go.gov.sg/lta-ev.

#PowerEVeryMove
#SaveTheDate! 🥳 Join us in promoting Singapore’s car-lite goal at Car-Free Sunday 2024 (#CFS2024) happening next month! Details:

📅: 17 March 2024
🕗: 8am – 2pm
📍: Along St Andrew’s Road and Esplanade Drive

Together with our partner agencies, we will transform Esplanade Drive and St Andrews Road into car-free corridors packed with activities for all ages! Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect:

Step into the “Corridor of Possibilities”, an immersive installation about creating vibrant and active community spaces for pedestrians and cyclists!

🛹 Join activities such as inline skating and skateboarding under Health Promotion Board’s Active Family Programme!

🙆 Participate in a Piloxing mass workout organised by Sports Singapore, and more!

See you on 17 Mar 2024! 👋

#ReimaginingPossibilities #SustainableCommuting 🌱
#DidYouKnow With our cycling network growing to 1,300km by 2030, there are many different cycling routes across Singapore you can explore! 🤩🚴‍♀️

Check out our top picks based on your personality and interests in the latest issue of CONNECT ➡️ go.gov.sg/read-cyclingpersonalities

[CONTEST] Share your favourite food spot that you cycle to at go.gov.sg/contest-connectfeb24 and 10 entries will stand to win a $15 e-voucher! 🎁

Contest ends on 1 Mar 2024. Winners will be announced on our Facebook page and contacted via email directly. T&Cs apply.
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#DidYouKnow #ElectricVehicles (EVs) are equipped with battery management and cooling systems to ensure that their batteries operate at optimal temperatures for safety.

Learn more about #EVs at go.gov.sg/lta-ev. #PowerEVeryMove
Spot anything new around Raffles Place MRT? 👀

Donated by City Developments Limited (CDL), the 'Symphony' sculpture created by renown Spanish artist Rosa Serra is a visual scoring of our city's transformation. 🌆 It is also the latest donation to our #GiftOfArt programme to create a more vibrant and pleasant commuting experience along our rail network.

Check out the photo above or visit the sculpture in-person at Raffles Place MRT Entrance E!
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#DidYouKnow #ElectricVehicles (EVs) have 100 times fewer moving parts than petrol cars. This means lesser wear and tear, and easier maintenance! ⚙️

Learn more about #EVs at go.gov.sg/lta-ev. #PowerEVeryMove
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#DidYouKnow Charging your #ElectricVehicle (EV) to 80% instead of 100% is better for its battery! 🔋

Learn more about #EVs at go.gov.sg/lta-ev. #PowerEVeryMove
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As the existing card-based ticketing (CBT) system will be extended until 2030, adult commuters who converted to or purchased a SimplyGo EZ-link or NETS Prepaid Card between 9 – 22 Jan 2024 can collect new CBT cards.

Concession cardholders who converted their cards to SimplyGo on or before 22 Jan 2024 will receive a replacement CBT card in the mail.

The collection period will be from 18 Mar to 30 June 2024 at any of the 44 SimplyGo Ticket Offices island-wide.

You can check your eligibility for a new CBT card at go.gov.sg/eligibilitychecker
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Wondering if you are eligible to collect a new CBT card? Visit go.gov.sg/eligibilitychecker

Commuters who have collected their new CBT EZ-Link card can continue to keep and use their existing #SimplyGo EZ-Link card.

All Senior citizen, Workfare Transport and Person with Disabilities Concession cardholders and Adult Monthly Travel cardholders who converted to SimplyGo on or before 22 Jan 2024 will receive a replacement CBT card between 1 April and 31 May 2024 in the mail.
#Reminder ⚠️ From today, 1 March, you’ll have to adhere to a set of new rules if you’re intending to use cargo bicycles and tricycles, rider-only tricycles or recumbents on our public paths and roads!

➡️ All devices need to comply to the prescribed length, width and weight requirements. In addition, motorised cargo bicycles and tricycles, rider-only tricycles and recumbents are NOT allowed on paths and roads.

👀 Read on for more info on the new rules! 😎