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SBS buses are quite good in a sense that they are always there.... but not at night much....
well in some cases in other country like in malaysia. At my place you have to walk about 1.24 miles just only to the bus stop but you have to wait for the bus till up 3 to 4 hours, and thats we call that not a good service i think the buses in singapore are negotiable, only the the bus fare is expensive.
But just try to estimate your time to the destination you want i bet when you plan properly. there's no problem to it...
yup compared when you had cars you have to re fuel your petrol and that cost you money, the parking lots ? ERP ??? ETC....etc....
If got money better take taxi la...
Well like everyone else I have commuted on one of our SBS buses at some point or other in my life.
Like everyone else, I have good and bad experiences to share. Some of the bus drivers are indeed fairly kind. Once I missed the bus, and had to hail it down slightly before a traffic light, the driver actually opened the door to let me in. Often I also see bus drivers waiting for a few late comers.
However at times the drivers don't seem to familiar with the bus routes. I boarded a bus in the wrong direction, and midway during the journey I had to alight as I noticed that it was all unfamiliar landscape. I asked the driver for the correct bus but he seemed uncertain.
Buses, buses, buses. We see them everywhere on the road. Most of us have commuted on them at some point in our lives. Many of us have relied on this mode of transportation at least half of our lives, from our schooling days to our working lives.
SBS has come a long way from the days when fare collection is done by a bus conductor to its use of a e-zlink card reader today.
Thus it comes as some surprise that some of our buses still do not have air-conditioning. And the waiting time for some buses still remain long, even during non-peak hours we could wait up to 20 mins if we miss a bus. For example, No.154. I wonder if the day will come when we can beat our sweltering tropical climate with some fans installed in our bus stops as we wait for the bus to chug along. Another complaint that I share with everybody else is, of course, the lack of seating places during peak hours.
But apart from the above gripes, most of our buses are clean and safe.
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