14 Feb '11, 7am

LTA has imposed the maximum fine of $50,000 on SMRT for failing to 'exercise due diligence and vigilance.'

LTA has imposed the maximum fine of $50,000 on SMRT for failing to 'exercise due diligence and vigilance.'

The incident was one part of the review by the Public Transport Security Committee, which initiated a comprehensive security review of the public transport network in June 2010. -- ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN View more photos THE Land Transport Authority has imposed the maximum fine of $50,000 on SMRT for failing to 'exercise due diligence and vigilance expected of a public transport operator'. On May 17 last year, two foreigners had entered the Changi Depot and sprayed graffiti on train carriages. The incident was one part of the review by the Public Transport Security Committee, which initiated a comprehensive security review of the public transport network in June 2010. The review, released on Monday, said, 'Security measures for the overall public transport system are generally adequate and robust.' However, it added that there is scope to enhance security at public tran...

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