Caring SG Commuters

Let's work together to show care for our fellow commuters

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Being a Caring Commuter means able to feel for others and don't judge! We can create a more caring commuting culture by starting from home.
Ann, 41
To be more tolerant, patient and not be judgmental.
Linda Chan, 65
The most vital thing to create a more caring commuting culture which I think would be to wear a SMILE while commuting. 
Herald Nithesh, 27
A Caring Commuter is someone whom care and keep a lookout for fellow commuters, always ready to lend a helping hand to those whom need assistance. Bringing the kampung spirit into our daily commute! 
Tony Halim, 43
Awareness, communication, recognition.
TK Choo, 36

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Based on the true story of Ambha Murugiah. One day, Ambha spotted an elderly woman with dementia at a bus interchange. She looked confused and lost. What happened to the elderly woman? Watch the video to find out.

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Our Commuter Stories


Be inspired by local commuters who have found conversation, extended care and forged friendships on their shared journeys across the city.

Think youths only scroll social media on public transport? NUSSU students are also ready to care for fellow commuters


What do our youths think about showing care for commuters while on public transport? We ask them to find out.

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Tower Transit’s first Inclusivity Officer is on a mission to foster a more caring commuting culture


Kishon Chong is changing perceptions on public transport as a wheelchair user and Tower Transit Singapore’s first Customer Experience and Inclusivity Officer

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