Go Ahead Singapore Overview
We are here talking about the bus service operator under the trading name Go-Ahead Singapore in Singapore that was launched out on 4th September, 2016. The company is active on 27 routes in the country covering the Eastern Singapore area and being headquartered in Loyang Bus Depot.
How it started?
It was in 2015, when call for tender was made to cover up 25 routes by bus service under the Land Transport Authority and this was offered to Go-Ahead Singapore running for 5 years. They started their work from a Loyang Bus Depot being offered as an headquarter with bus models given below;
• Mercendes-Benz O530 Citaro
• Volvo B9TL
• MAN ND323F Lion’s City DD
They are now currently serving the Punggol Bus Interchange and Pasir Ris Bus Interchange with 28 services plus also the Changi Airport Bus Terminal in the list. Earlier the services provided for the transport were under the operation of SBS Transit which now got changed launching out Service 68 on 1st April, 2018.
Why they are so popular?
They are working as a subsidiary of UK based transport operator Go-Ahead Group who are active leaders covering billion journeys a year. The group looks upon the changing needs of local transport market and manage out the service in the most controlled and regulated environment by the help of international experience drawn through the three decades of work in this business.
They are devoted to provide friendly, safe and reliable services to all their customers with counts more than 750 bus drivers in its ranks.
They are extending the last bus timing for some bus services at Pasir Ris and Punggol Bus Interchanges on the eve of Hari Raya Haji on 21st August, 2018. Also the Service 84 is going to be amended to ply Sentul Cresent, Sumang Link and Punggol Way on the attempt of closure of Punggol road section from 26th August, 2018 further opening out 10 new bus stops and closing the 4 existing ones. They are now planning for some technology changes in the coming month such as telematics system further becoming the second foreign bus firm to break into the Singapore bus market.