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

Be That Special
Someone Today


Based on the true story of Lester Wong. “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. Though other commuters are just strangers, they have people who love and care for them too.
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Q&A from Be That Special Someone Today Webinar (Part 1): How can we foster a caring commuting culture?


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