Good news! We will get more bus services to resume its operation effective on 1st Aug 2020.
Even though standard operating procedure (SOP) of the movement control order (MCO) has been eased during this recovery MCO (RMCO) but passengers still need to comply with the requirements to wear face mask and reduce interaction while travelling on public transportation.
Contact tracing is currently a core disease control measure employed by many public and private agencies, a key strategy for preventing further spread of COVID-19.
In response to the government’s pandemic prevention measure, starting from 1st June 2020, all passengers need to do this exercise every time they board our buses.
During this period, please expect a longer waiting time due to high volume of passengers. We highly recommend passengers to complete the registration steps with their smartphones to speed up the boarding time and cut down the human interaction as much as possible.
Your understanding and patience are greatly appreciated.
Good news. In line with the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) announcement by the Government of Malaysia, we have gradually resumed our stage bus service operation starting from today, 7th May 2020.
Passengers must strictly comply with requirements to wear face mask, stand and sit apart from each other at pre-determined spots.
Following the implementation of Malaysia Movement Control Order and Singapore Circuit Breaker to minimize further spread of Covid-19, please take note that all of our counters (except Kranji Self-service Kiosk) are temporarily closed with immediate effect until further notice.
Please adhere to MCO/Circuit Breaker measures and let’s together break this Covid-19 virus chain.
Submit your health declaration using the SG Arrival Card e-Service
As a precautionary measure to mitigate the risk of importation of COVID-19, all travellers, including Singaporeans arriving in Singapore must now submit their health declaration electronically via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service from 27 March, 9 am.
With the new policy announcement on no entry or transit through Singapore for all short-term visitors from 23 March 2020, 11.59 pm, travellers who are able to use this facility are as follows:
• Singapore Citizens
• Permanent Residents
• Long-Term Pass holders (Student’s Pass, Dependant’s Pass, Work Pass and Long-Term Visit Pass Holders)
These travellers will be able to submit their health declaration up to three days before arrival in Singapore and can do so via the SGAC e-Service.
In line with the government’s decision regarding the limitation of public transport’s operation hours, we have temporarily updated the stage bus schedule for the trips from today until 31st March 2020.
In response to the Movement Control Order announced by the Malaysian Prime Minister, please take note that effective from 18th March until 31st March 2020, we will temporarily close some of our counters in Malaysia and Singapore.
While some of the counters will still operating but with a reduced operating hour.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused and thanks for your understanding.