Singapore 

Internet thanks Jovina Choi after 3 ERP gantries switched off, Singapore News

Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges at three locations will be removed next Monday (Feb 18), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has announced. If the internet’s theories were to be believed, we all have viral Go-Jek passenger Jovina Choi to thank. In case you haven’t read the news over the past two weeks, Choi and her driver Kamaruzzaman Abdul Latiff’s filmed conversation on Jan 29 took over the web for days. She had raged at him for incurring ERP charges during the journey, eventually escalating to accusations of kidnap and racism.…

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Passenger accuses Go-Jek driver of kidnapping her after she refuses to pay for ERP, Singapore News

A woman was caught on video kicking up a fuss and accusing a private hire driver of “kidnapping” her and “holding her hostage” while he was driving her to a police station because she refused to pay for Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges. Several Stompers alerted Stomp to the video uploaded by Go-Jek driver Kamaruzzaman Bin Abdul Latiff on Go-Jek Singapore Community’s Facebook page which has since garnered over 28,000 shares. Kamaruzzaman told Stomp the incident happened on Tuesday (Jan 29). He had picked the woman up at Bishan at…

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No ERP charges in several areas across Singapore until end of December, Singapore News

SINGAPORE – Motorists travelling in several parts of the country will not have to pay Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges until the end of the year at specific times. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced on Monday (Nov 12) that the changes in ERP rates will take place from Saturday, as a result of its review of rates for the December school holidays. There will be no ERP charge on the westbound Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) before Eunos Link, Dunearn Road, Kallang Road, Kallang Bahru and Geylang Bahru and Upper Bukit…

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Merc, Audi and Honda drive against traffic at Prinsep St to ‘dodge ERP’ along Bencoolen St, Singapore News

Three cars, a Mercedes-Benz, an Audi, and a Honda, were video on camera driving against traffic at Prinsep Street — all in the space of 25 seconds. The video was posted by Facebook user Mk Tëź on SG Road Vigilante’s Facebook page. According to the timestamp on the footage, this happened on Oct 9 at about 6.53pm. He believes that the three drivers turned left at Prinsep Street and went against traffic in order to avoid the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantry located along Bencoolen Street towards Middle Road. Well done to…

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