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SMRT chief dismisses talk of his stepping down

Desmond Kuek's comments come amid dip in consumer confidence according to survey on public transport

After October's tunnel flooding and November's train collision, respondents gave a lower rating of 6.69 (down from a previous score of 7.89), when asked if they believed public transport operators were doing their best to provide them with good services.

SMRT chief executive Desmond Kuek on Thursday distanced himself from talk that he is set to step down.

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a launch event for a programme aimed at better assisting the elderly and those with special mobility needs, he said reports of an impending

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