Caring Commuter Videos


Watch and be inspired by stories of care from our fellow commuters.

Champions

06 May 2022

Meet Mr Goh, Retiree and Caring Commuter Champion

Mr Goh, who found meaning and purpose in life by giving back to the community, shares his passion as a senior volunteer, and how being a Caring Commuter Champion enriched his lifestyle during retirement.

Inclusivity Short Stories

30 December 2021

“I wish there were more caring commuters who would look out for those who may need help.”

This is a true story of Mr Jack Tan Chwee Kim, 74, who has dementia and his wife cum caregiver, Ms Angeline Teo, 72.

27 November 2021

"Anyone can be a superhero, because caring is a superpower!"

Be that special someone! Practise these 4 #CaringSGCommuters Caring Behaviour

20 January 2022

"An inclusive public transport system takes us far. To take us further, we need caring commuters too."

This is a true story of 12-year-old Nor Ryzqy Khalaf Bin Norhafis who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and epilepsy.

Webinar: Be That Special Someone Today

11 January 2021

Overview: Be That Special Someone Today Webinar Recap (Part 1 of 4)

How can we build a caring commuting culture? If you missed the Be That Special Someone Today webinar on 15 December 2020, watch this recap video to find out!

11 January 2020

Receivers of Care: Be That Special Someone Today Webinar Recap (Part 2 of 4)

How can we build understanding of the difficulties faced by commuters with mobility needs? If you missed the Be That Special Someone Today webinar on 15 December 2020, watch this recap video to find out!

11 January 2020

Givers of Care: Be That Special Someone Today Webinar Recap (Part 3 of 4)

How can we empower ourselves to help commuters with mobility needs? If you missed the Be That Special Someone Today webinar on 15 December 2020, watch this recap video to find out!

11 January 2020

[Full Recap] Webinar: Be That Special Someone Today

Join us on a journey to understand the public transport experiences of commuters with mobility needs! This "live" webinar was recorded on 15 December 2020.

01 November 2021

Caring Commuters Champions: Be That Special Someone Today Webinar Recap (Part 4 of 4)

Be that someone special today! If you missed the Be That Special Someone Today webinar on 15 December 2020, watch this recap video to find out!

Be That Special Someone Today

25 September 2020

Be That Special Someone Today

Based on true stories by Ms Wendy Seet, Ms Nicole Lim, Mr Tay Choon Seng and Ms Siti Rossaliza bte Rosli, on how they have received assistance from fellow commuters.

22 September 2020

Be That Special Someone Today (Trailer Video)

Have you ever experienced or witnessed a caring act on public transport?

22 October 2020

Every Little Bit Helps – Nicole’s Public Transport Story

“Words and actions always have an impact. Every bit of help counts.” Based on the true story of Ms Nicole Lim.

19 November 2020

Offering a helping hand – Ambha’s Story

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.

10 December 2020

You too, can be a caring commuter – Lester’s determination

Based on the true story of Lester Wong, Outstanding Caring Commuter Award Recipient 2019. “She is someone’s grandma.” That was the thought that went through Lester’s mind when he approached an elderly lady who looked unwell and nearly fell on the train.

08 October 2020

Commuters with Heart – Siti’s Public Transport Story

“They are the colours of my life now. I may not see them, but I can always feel their warmth.” Based on the true story of Ms Siti Rossaliza bte Rosli on her public transport journeys.

05 November 2020

Offering a helping hand – Evon’s Public Transport Story

Based on the true story of Evon Lim. Evon was on her way home when she saw an elderly lady who looked unwell. She remembered her mother telling her “If you can help, just help.” What did Ms Evon do? Watch the video to find out.

03 December 2020

You too, can be a caring commuter – Daniel’s determination

Based on the true story of Daniel Cheah. Acts of kindness don’t have to be grand gestures. Even the smallest gesture can mean a great deal to someone in need. As an active member in community service, Daniel learnt this first-hand.

PTO

16 August 2022

Caring Commuters Through The Eyes of A Bus Captain

Finds out from SBS Transit Chief Bus Captain, Mr Fang about the many caring acts seen during the daily commute and how we too can care for other commuters while travelling on public transport.

Caring Commuter Award

31 October 2019

Celebrating Our Everyday Heroes On Public Transport

The Caring Commuter Award was introduced at the 2019 National Kindness Award - Transport Gold with Singapore Kindness Movement, recognising outstanding acts of care from 5 commuters who went out of their way to help a fellow commuter in need.

25 October 2019

Caring Commuter Award 2020

The Caring Commuter Award recognises commuters who have demonstrated acts of care to fellow commuters during their daily commute.

25 October 2019

Meet Your Everyday Heroes On Public Transport

Acts of care happen all around us on public transport.

07 April 2022

Caring Commuter Award 2021 Winner - Mr Thirunavukkarasu

Mr Thirunavukkarasu was on his way home when he assisted an elderly man whose wheelchair got stuck in the gap between the train and the platform.

07 April 2022

Caring Commuter Award 2021 Outstanding Winners - Ms Pillai Anju and Ms Ariane Quimno Bermoy

Ms Pillai Anju and Ms Ariane Quimno Bermoy helped to revive a man as they were commuting from work.

07 April 2022

Caring Commuter Award 2021 Winners

Congratulations to all the Caring Commuter Award 2021 Winners! Watch the video to find out how these award winners from all walks of life stepped up and showed care to fellow commuters in need.

07 April 2022

Caring Commuter Award Winner - Mr Tay Jun Jie

Mr Tay Jun Jie was on the train when he assisted an elderly man with dementia to get home safely.

07 April 2022

Caring Commuter Award 2021 Winner - Mr Marcus Teo

Mr Marcus Teo was on the train home when he assisted a male commuter who had fainted.