All Singapore pump prices down after SPC's two-week standoff

[SINGAPORE] All pump operators have adjusted their prices downwards since Esso and Shell reduced rates by around three Singapore cents last Friday.

Car sales can be conducted safely, says Singapore trade association

[SINGAPORE] Motor traders have sent an appeal to the government to allow vehicle sales to resume when the "circuit breaker" is lifted next month.

Petrol falls below S$2 a litre in Singapore

[SINGAPORE] Pump prices have tumbled for the second time in two weeks, taking a litre of petrol to below S$2 for the first time in several years.

Singapore's pump prices fall by up to S$0.05 a litre, a week after oil plunge

[SINGAPORE] Pump prices here have fallen by up to five cents a litre, a week after crude oil plunged to record lows.

Getting into a twist over pump prices

[SINGAPORE] Why do we get so angsty about petrol prices whenever crude oil prices fall?

Local bus and train fares to rise by 7% from Dec 28

BUS and train fares will rise by 7 per cent from Dec 28, although the hike will be cushioned for more than one in two Singaporeans, who enjoy concessionary fares.

ComfortDelGro Q2 earnings up 1.2% at S$75.9m

TRANSPORT giant ComfortDelGro Corp posted a 1.2 per cent rise in earnings to S$75.9 million for the second quarter, with higher public transport takings and contributions from new acquisitions offset by lower investment income, higher financing charges and unfavourable exchange rates.

Higher fares, rising ridership lift SBS Transit Q2 earnings by 24.5%

BUS and rail operator SBS Transit posted a 24.5 per cent rise in earnings to S$24.2 million for the second quarter, on the back of higher fares and rising ridership.