Bus operators in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Based on a news article, bus operators in Johor Bahru are badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As most of these companies rely on credit companies for loans, they are unable to benefit from the loan moratorium from the Malaysian government. Worker transport buses...

Singapore Tours allowed up to 50 people

Singapore Tourism Board has said that local tour operators can organise bigger groups provided safe distancing measures are in place between sub-groups of participants. Buses can take up to 50 passengers or the maximum operating capacity of the vehicle after safe...

Discussion on Singapore Malaysia border reopening

Singapore Malaysia Border Discussion is currently ongoing between Singapore and Malaysia on the reopening of the border to allow cross border travellers. Malaysian Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, has said that citizens from Singapore and Brunei will be allowed to...

Covid-19 phase 2

Phase 2 of reopening will start on 19 Jun 2020. These activities will resume in phase 2; Small-group social gatherings of up to any 5 people.  Retail businesses may reopen their physical outlets. Food and beverage dine-in will be allowed, with up to 5 people allowed...

Singapore Covid-19 measures on buses after circuit breaker

With regards to booking of buses for charter or worker trip, we have listed the requirement from LTA with regards to passenger safety; Mandatory mask-wearing by commuters In light of MOH’s latest advisory on Covid-19, it is mandatory, with immediate effect, for all to...
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