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Red or green: Public can now vote on bus livery colour

SINGAPORE — The public now gets to vote on whether future public buses will be red or green, as the Government moves to give buses under its new contracting model a “unified” identity.

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SINGAPORE — The public now gets to vote on whether future public buses will be red or green, as the Government moves to give buses under its new contracting model a “unified” identity. 

Senior Minister of State for Transport Ng Chee Meng today (Jan 8) unveiled the two bus livery colours during his visit to the Joo Koon Integrated Transport Hub. The buses will also bear the “SG Bus” logo with the slogan “Moving Ahead Together”.

The common colour scheme and logo will be introduced starting from the Bulim bus package, the first package of public bus services under the new Government contracting model.

During the voting period, which ends on Feb 5, 20 buses will be painted in the two colours – 10 red and 10 green – and deployed at 10 bus routes so commuters can visualise the livery.

The results will be announced in the first quarter of this year.

The public can vote on the website via SMS, or at selected bus interchanges and MRT stations.
 

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