16 Dec '11, 8am

Define "necessary" please Latest update: SMRT CEO will consider resigning if necessary

Define "necessary" please Latest update: SMRT CEO will consider resigning if necessary

SMRT chief executive Saw Phaik Hwa apologised today for Thursday's five-hour long evening disruption on the North-South line. Speaking at a press conference at SMRT Headquarters on Friday afternoon, she said SMRT was very sorry that the disruption had happened. An online news source quoted her as saying that she will consider resigning if necessary, but would reserve her opinion on the matter for the time being. She was commenting on public calls for her and other senior management to resign. RELATED STORIES Second train disruption in two days draws ire SMRT explains reason for train disruption LTA to conduct 'health checks' on trains: Minister Peak-hour Circle Line service hit by network fault No effort would be spared in preventing a recurrence of the incident, Ms Saw told reporters. According to The Straits Times, Ms Saw said it was important that SMRT improve its incid...

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