SINGAPORE (Sept 4): Singapore’s Public Transport Council (PTC) announced Tuesday that public transport fares could increase by as much as 7% in the fare review exercise for 2019, on the back of double-digit increase in energy prices.

This would mean that commuters paying by cards – approximately 90% of the total commuter base – could see fare prices increase by as much as 10 cents per trip.

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