Other applications suitable for the EZ card include park-and-ride and small retail purchases. The impacts of such a system are efficiency gain and operating cost reduction. With a single fare card, it is also easy to encourage using public transport by introducing rebates for intermodal transfer.
Commissioned by Siemens, the study looks at transportation networks in 35 major cities around the globe and assesses how prepared cities are to meet future challenges, including population growth and higher competition.
This corresponds to about one per cent of global GDP. With a high capacity system able to meet demand with minimal crowding and high levels of user functionality, Singapore is well able to cope with future growth, the study claims.
It is also praised for its long term planning — helped by highly integrated governance — reliability and punctuality levels, and provision of air-conditioning on almost all of its public transport vehicles. However, long term development plans and continuous investment to maintain the existing high standards are all that is required for it to retain its position.
This study is unique in seeking to put an economic value on the cost of inefficient transport, thus helping cities make the case for investment. In order to have a reasonable comparison, the study groups cities into three categories to account for different levels of wealth and development.
According to Credo, the most cost-efficient cities are: The comparison enabled them to quantify the economic benefits that investments in transport would bring, such as higher productivity and new economic activity.
Finally, Credo has developed some key pointers on how cities can realize the potential economic uplift. Case studies show how potential investments can pay off.
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Smart Singapore: The future of our nation’s transport system includes hands-free MRT fare gates, to be tested in while the latter uses sensor technology to transport food trolleys to their destinations, and is currently being used by ground-handling firm SATS at Changi Airport.
Hyperloop transportation — referred to by Musk as a "cross between a Concorde, a railgun, and an air hockey table" — is a super fast tubular transport system with the ability to theoretically.
On 11 August , Land Transport Authority and TransitLink announced that Singapore will gradually phase out cash payment for public transport by , which is line with the Government's Smart Nation initiative, a cashless nation.
Catch the repeat telecast of the documentary "Cities on the Move" later at 11pm to find out what it takes to build a successful public transport system! Ministry of Transport, Singapore November 2 at AM ·.
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