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Only to anywhere.” An investigation by The Sunday Times showed that taxi touts are back to muscle in on the tourist dollar, following unprecedented visitor arrivals to Singapore. By Ng Kai Ling & Maria Almenoar, Straits Times TAXI passengers headed for Johor Baru are happy that they will soon be able to hail any of 200 authorised cabs anywhere in Singapore for that ride across the border.
Similarly, a taxi rider in JB will be able to hop into any of 200 licensed Malaysian cabs for the journey back to Singapore.
The flag down rate ranges from S.00 to S.00 (depending on the type of taxi). Please check with the driver or taxi company on the surcharge and ask for a receipt at the end of the trip. 7am to 9.30am and 5pm to 11pm on weekdays), rainy days or festive seasons, demand for taxis rises. Please check with the taxi companies or limousine counters on the rates when you book a limousine taxi service.
Limousine taxi service charges a flat rate and can be booked from the respective taxi companies and approved limousine counters at Airport Terminals, Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, Singapore Expo and certain hotels.
New rules passed on Monday during the Singapore-Malaysia Leaders’ Retreat between the two countries’ prime ministers should make commuting in taxis to and from Malaysia easier.
Singapore to Malaysia taxi cabs DESPITE clear signs that the taxi industry is overcrowded – operators posting thinner profits, outright losses and hundreds of taxis laid up idle – there is a new applicant for a taxi operating licence.
Confirming market talk that has been circulating for weeks now, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) told The Straits Times: ‘LTA received an application for the taxi operator’s licence recently, and we are currently evaluating the application.’ The authority would not reveal the identity of the applicant, but The Straits Times understands that the applicant is Tiong Asia Marine, a small company that repairs, paints and cleans boilers for the shipping industry.
Since the Singapore taxi industry was liberalised in 2003, four newcomers have entered the fray to join incumbents Comfor Del Gro (Comfort Taxi and City Cab) and SMRT Corp (SMRT Taxis).
But revenue for the three months to Sept 30 rose 5.2 per cent to 1.5 million on organic growth in Singapore, China, Australia and Vietnam.
Q3’s earnings per share dropped 18.3 per cent to 2.32 cents from 3.04 cents.