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<ul><li><p>Sample Profile</p><p>Land Transport Authority, Singapore </p><p>Source: LTA</p><p>Parameters Details</p><p>Ownership Fully government owned</p><p>Service area Singapore covering a population of 5.54 million (2015)</p><p>Modes operated</p><p>Bus, MRT, LRT and taxi services</p><p>Operators of bus and rail</p><p>SMRT Corporation, SBS Transit</p><p>System Details</p><p>Metrorail</p><p>Line Length (km) Stations</p><p>North-South Line (Red) xxx xxx</p><p>East-West Line (Green) xxx xxx</p><p>Circle Line (Orange) xxx xxx</p><p>Circle Line Extension xxx xxx</p><p>North-East Line (Purple) xxx xxx</p><p>Downtown Line (Phase I) xxx xxx</p><p>Downtown Line (Phase II) xxx xxx</p><p>Total xxx xxx</p><p>Light rail</p><p>Line Length (km) Stations</p><p>Bukit Panjang xxx xxx</p><p>Sengkang xxx xxx</p><p>Punggol xxx xxx</p><p>Total xxx xxx</p><p>Bus</p><p>Total routes operated xxx</p><p>Singapore LTACurrent networkKey information</p><p> xxx% of all journeys in peak hours undertakenon public transport</p><p> xxx% of public transport journeys of less than20 km completed within 60 minutes</p><p> xxx in xxx households are within 10 minuteswalk from a train station</p><p>Rail, 31%</p><p>Taxi, 14%</p><p>Bus, 55%</p><p>Modal share of public transport</p><p>Key facts</p></li><li><p>System</p><p>Cumulative size of fleet</p><p>1986-89 1995-99 2002 2003-06 2005-08 2011-12 2014June-October 2015</p><p>Fleet (as of October 31, 2015)</p><p>MRT (railcars) xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx</p><p>LRT (railcars) xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx</p><p>Bus SMRT Buses Limited operates over xxx buses and SBS Transit operates xxx buses.</p><p>Fleet size and growth</p><p>Size and GrowthSample Profile</p><p> LTAs MRT network has increased at a CAGR of xxx% during2010-2015.</p><p> However, the LRT network has remained constant at xxx kmsince 2005.</p><p>Growth in network</p><p>Note: *For the period between 2003 and 2005Source: LTA, Global Mass Transit ResearchFor more information, refer:</p><p>MRT network growth (km)</p><p>xxxxxx xxx xxx</p><p>xxxxxx</p><p>0</p><p>20</p><p>40</p><p>60</p><p>80</p><p>100</p><p>120</p><p>140</p><p>160</p><p>180</p><p>2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015</p><p>km</p><p>xxxxxx</p><p>xxx</p><p>0</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p><p></p><p></p><p>2011 (million) 2012 (million) 2013 (million) 2014 (million)</p><p>%</p><p>Average daily ridership </p><p>Rate of growth of average daily ridership (%)</p><p>Growth in ridership</p><p> System-wise average daily ridership has increasedsteadily at a CAGR of xxx for MRT, xxx for LRT and xxx forbuses, between 2011-2014.</p><p> While average daily ridership has increased over theyears, the rate of growth of ridership declined in 2013and increased again in 2014.</p><p>Ridership trend</p><p> in Brief 2015 FINAL.pdf in Brief 2015 FINAL.pdf in Brief 2015 FINAL.pdf</p></li><li><p>Source: LTA</p><p>Total Comprehensive (Loss)/Income</p><p>Operating Income</p><p>xxxxxx xxx xxx</p><p>xxx</p><p>0</p><p>100</p><p>200</p><p>300</p><p>400</p><p>500</p><p>600</p><p>700</p><p>2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11</p><p>SGD</p><p> mill</p><p>ion</p><p>xxx</p><p>xxx xxxxxx xxx</p><p>0</p><p>200</p><p>400</p><p>600</p><p>800</p><p>1,000</p><p>1,200</p><p>1,400</p><p>2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11</p><p>SGD</p><p> mill</p><p>ion</p><p>Operating Expenditure</p><p>-xxx</p><p>xxxxxx</p><p>xxx</p><p>xxx</p><p>-60</p><p>-40</p><p>-20</p><p>0</p><p>20</p><p>40</p><p>60</p><p>80</p><p>2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11</p><p>SGD</p><p> mill</p><p>ion</p><p>In 2014-15, LTA recorded an operating income of SGDxxx million, recording an 8 per cent increase over the operating income of SGDxxx million in 2013-14.</p><p>Financial performanceSample Profile</p></li><li><p>Key technology vendors</p><p>Source: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p><p>Areas Key current vendors</p><p>Rail rolling stock xxx</p><p>Signalling and train control Alstom; GE Transportation; Invensys Rail; Thales; Westinghouse Brake and Signal Holdings Limited</p><p>Electrical and mechanical xxx</p><p>Fare system xxx</p><p>Others Otis Elevator Company; Constructions Industrielles de la Mediterranee (CNIM) </p><p>Key playersSample Profile</p><p>Contractor/companyDate of contract </p><p>awardContract value (USD million) Scope of work</p><p>xxx April 2016 xxx Construction of Amber station on the TEL</p><p>xxx April 2016 xxx Construction of Bedok South station on the TEL</p><p>xxx March 2016 xxx Development of the East Coast Integrated Depot</p><p>xxx March 2016 xxx Construction of Siglap station on the TEL</p><p>xxx March 2016 xxx Construction of Bayshore station on the TEL</p><p>xxx March 2016 xxxConstruction of Xilin station on the Downtown Line 3 extension</p><p>xxx January 2016 xxx Construction of the TanjongRhu station on the TEL</p><p>xxx January 2016 xxx Construction of the Katong Park station on the TEL</p><p>xxx January 2016 xxxConstruction of the Marine Terrace station on the TEL</p><p>Recent contracts awardedSource: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p></li><li><p>Notes: NFC Near field communicationSource: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p><p>Area Recent developments</p><p>Construction</p><p>In July 2016, LTA began construction of the 13-km East Coast section of the TEL, which will connectSungai Bedok in the east to Marine Parade, Siglap, and Tanjong Rhu and cover nine stations. In July 2016, LTA began construction of the 2.2-km Downtown Line 3 Extension (DTL3e) and the East Coast Integrated Depot. In March 2016, LTA began construction of the Canberra MRT station along the North-South Line.</p><p>Fare system</p><p>In July 2016, LTA and Mastercard signed an agreement to launch a pilot for account-based ticketing system by end-2016. The system will enable commuters to pay fares on the metro and bus using contactless debit or credit cards. In March 2016, LTA, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), and EZ-Link concluded a trial for the use of mobile phones equipped with NFC technology for public transport payments. The system allows payments on MRT, LRT and public buses; more than 30,000 EZ-link acceptance points for retail, food and beverage purchases; and taxis. The users can also check their account balance, transaction history, and top-up value using the EZ-Link mobile application. Netherlands-based Gemalto will supply the UpTeq Multi-Tenant NFC SIMs for the rollout of the service. In March 2016, LTA invited bids for appointment of a consultant to conduct a feasibility study for the account-based ticketing system on a broader scale in the second quarter of 2016. </p><p>Operations</p><p>In July 2016, LTA signed an agreement with the concessionaire SMRT to implement the New Rail Financing Framework (NRFF) model, which was introduced by the government in 2008. The transition will include five changes from October 1, 2016, onwards. The changes include the transfer of ownership of operating assets such as trains and signalling systems from SMRT Trains and SMRT Light Rail to LTA at a cost of SGD991 million to be paid over three years; O&amp;M of the rail network by SMRT and capacity expansion as well as asset replacement or upgradation to be undertaken by the LTA; reduction of the term of SMRTs current 30 to 40-year operating licencesto 15 years to allow re-tendering of rail lines; development of new maintenance performance standards (MPS) to improve reliability as well as risk and profit sharing between the SMRT and LTA based on NRFF guidelines to promote financial sustainability of the rail system.</p><p>Recent developmentsSample Profile</p><p>Key recent developments</p></li><li><p>Source: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p><p>Line Length (km) Stations Expected completion</p><p>MRT lines under construction</p><p>Downtown Line Phase III xxx xxx 2017</p><p>Downtown Line 3 extension xxx xxx 2024</p><p>Tuas West extension xxx xxx 2016</p><p>Thomson Line (Phase I)</p><p>xxx</p><p>xxx 2019</p><p>Thomson Line (Phase II) xxx 2023</p><p>Thomson Line (Phase III) xxx 2024</p><p>Thomson-East Coast Line xxx xxx2019 (Phase I), 2023 (Phase II), </p><p>2024 (Phase III)</p><p>Eastern Region Line Phase Ixxx</p><p>xxx 2023</p><p>Eastern Region Line Phase II xxx 2024</p><p>MRT lines planned up to 2030</p><p>Circle Line Stage 6 (extension) xxx xxx 2025</p><p>North-East Line extension xxx xxx 2030</p><p>Jurong Region Line (new line) xxx xxx 2025</p><p>Cross Island Line (new line) xxx xxx 2030</p><p>Planned Cap-ex: In January 2016, LTA announced capital expenditure plans of SGD36 billion by 2021</p><p>Key plans and initiatives (1/2)Sample Profile</p><p>Key upcoming rail projects</p></li><li><p>Notes: NFC Near field communication; RFI Request for InformationSource: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p><p>Project Details</p><p>SignallingThe signalling system will be upgraded for the North-South Line, which will increase capacity by up to xxx per cent on the line. Signalling on the East-West Line will be upgraded by xxx.</p><p>Bus Services Enhancement Programme</p><p>The programme was launched in March 2012 at an investment of SGDxxx billion to increase bus capacity by about xxx per cent and improve services. It involves the procurement of xxx buses and the introduction of xxx new services. As of January 2016, xxx buses had been deployed; xxx new bus services had been launched; and xxx existing bus services had been removed.</p><p>High-speed rail line </p><p>Planned line between Jurong East in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.The governments of Malaysia and Singapore are expected to finalise the commercial model and procurement approach by 2016.</p><p>Fare system upgradeEntails transforming the existing contactless NFC system into a completely hands-free operation.RFI issued in November 2015; concluded on February 29, 2016. A proof-of-concept trial to be proposed for end-2016.</p><p>Wi-Fi LTA plans to provide free Wi-Fi at all MRT and LRT stations and xxx bus interchanges by xxx.;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0</p><p>Key plans and initiatives (2/2)Sample Profile</p><p>Other key projects</p><p>;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0;id=75d6c7f3-09ec-44d4-91df-dfeec405b6f0</p></li><li><p>Notes: TEL Thomson East Coast Line; NA Not availableSource: LTA, Global Mass Transit Research</p><p>Category Details Date of invitationLast date for bid </p><p>submission</p><p>Bus operation xxx xxx xxx</p><p>Pre-construction studies xxx xxx xxx</p><p>Electrical and mechanical xxx xxx xxx</p><p>Contact Information</p><p>Address 1 Hampshire Road, Singapore 219428</p><p>Telephone +65 63961116</p><p>Email</p><p>Website</p><p>Key personnel</p><p> xxx, Chairman</p><p> xxx, Chief Executive Officer</p><p> xxx, Chief Quality Service Manager</p><p> xxx, Deputy Chief Executive Infrastructure &amp; Development</p><p>Tenders under biddingSample Profile</p><p>Contact information</p></li></ul>