Service on part of East-West MRT line resumed after train fault cleared

·Editorial Team
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Train on the track against blue sky.
MRT train (FILE PHOTO: Getty Images)

SINGAPORE — SMRT on Monday night (30 August) reported a train fault and advised commuters travelling between Joo Koon and Tuas Link stations to add 25 minutes to their travel time.

The train operator first tweeted about the fault at 7.44pm. In a tweet at 7.55pm, SMRT said that there are free and regular bus services between the two stations and its station staff would assist commuters.

SMRT later tweeted at 8.14pm to say train services have resumed after the fault was cleared and that free bus services have ceased. It tweeted at 8.16pm to say services resumed at 8.08pm. 

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