2-passenger limit for taxis, private-hire cars during tightened COVID-19 restrictions
SINGAPORE: Taxis and private-hire cars can carry only up to two passengers during this period of tightened COVID-19 restrictions, the Land ...
AdvertisementAdvertisementAll commercial car-pooling services such as GrabHitch and RydePool, where drivers are paid for ferrying passengers while enroute to their destination, will be barred until Jun 13.Non-commercial car-pooling trips are only permitted among friends or colleagues if the prevailing permissible group size of two people is adhered to, LTA said. For example, if a group of colleagues is travelling together, they must split into groups of not more than two.
LTA urged commuters to use taxis and private-hire cars booked through their respective ride-hail applications.Members of the public who come across individuals providing illegal car-pooling services should notify LTA through the OneMotoring portal using the e-service, “Report Vehicle-Related Offences”, it said.
AdvertisementREAD: Public transport can be 'very safe' if commuters keep their masks on and refrain from talking, says transport ministerIt also reminded passengers that it is mandatory for drivers and passengers to wear masks at all times. Taxi and private-hire drivers should decline to pick up passengers who do not wear masks, it said. headtopics.comRead more: CNA »
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1 taxidriver + 2paxs = 3 homo sapiens. IF 1 robot + 2humans = 2. Is my maths correct?