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  • SINGAPORE LAND TRANSPORTSTATISTICS IN BRIEF

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    PUBLIC TRANSPORT JOURNEYS 2010 2011

    [9] Average Daily Passenger-Journeys ('000) 3,841 3,988 Average Journey Distance (km) 9.8 9.8

    ROAD TRAFFIC CONDITIONS 2010 2011

    [10] Average Daily Traffic VolumeEntering the City 293,300 300,000

    Average Speed during Peak Hours (km/hour)Expressways 62.3 62.5 Arterial Roads 28.0 28.5

    ROAD ACCIDENT CASUALTIES 2010 2011

    [11] Fatalities Injuries

    193 1979,75211,065

    Notes:[9] Data on Journeys is averaged over the period of January-December.

    A journey refers to a series of consecutive trips on different modes (MRT,LRT, and bus), made by a commuter from his origin to his destination.

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    [10] Traffic volume & speed are averaged over the period of January-December.Daily traffic volume is recorded between 7:30am-7:00pm on weekdays only. Peak hours refer to 8:00am-9:00am and 6:00pm-7:00pm on weekdays.

    [11] Data source: Department of Statistics, Singapore (www.singstat.gov.sg).

    LTA Website: http://www.lta.gov.sg http://www.onemotoring.com.sg

    For enquiries, please call 1800-CALL LTA (2255582)

    COMPARISON WITH SELECTED CITIES

    Average Daily Public Transport Trips per Person

    [14] Average MRT Fare (S$/pax-trip) Average Bus Fare (S$/pax-trip)

    Notes:[14] Monetary values are converted to Singapore dollars using Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) conversion factor 2009 (source:World Bank 2011 World Development Indicators).

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    COMPARISON WITH SELECTED CITIES

    [12] Number of Cars/100 persons Road density (km/square km)

    [13] MRT length(km)/million persons Public bus fleet/million persons

    Notes:[12] Data sources:

    Transport Department, MTR Corporation, Transport International Holdings,Hong Kong (2010);Transport for London, United Kingdom (2010);MTA New York Transit, APTA, USA (2009);Tokyo Metropolitan Government, TOEI, Tokyo Metro, Japan (2009);World Bank 2011 World Development Indicators.

    [13] The MRT system is compared with MTR in Hong Kong, London Tube, Subways in New York City and Tokyo. The public bus fleet in Hong Kong excludes Public Light Buses.

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  • GENERAL INFORMATION2010 2011

    [1] Total Population ('000) 5,077 5,184 Singapore Residents ('000) 3,772 3,789 Labour Force ('000) 3,136 3,237 Total Visitor Arrivals ('000) 11,642 13,171

    GDP ($million, current price) 303,652 326,832Per Capita GDP ($) 59,813 63,050

    Land Area (square km) 712.4 714.3

    ROADS2010 2011

    Road Length (km)Expressways 161 161Arterial Roads 634 645Collector Roads 535 557Local Access Roads 2,047 2,048

    Road Lane-Kilometres (km)Expressways 1,059 1,059Arterial Roads 2,938 3,027Collector Roads 1,526 1,580Local Access Roads 3,372 3,380

    ROAD &TRAFFIC FACILITIES 2010 2011

    Number of Flyovers 114 116 Number of Vehicular Bridges 213 212 Number of Vehicular Underpasses/Tunnels 28 28 Number of Height limit/Directional Gantries 167 197

    Number of Traffic Lights 2,127 2,150 Number of ERP Gantries 69 70

    PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES2010 2011

    [2] Number of Pedestrian Overhead Bridges 484 491 Number of Pedestrian Underpasses 54 54 Number of Footbridges 29 26 Covered Linkways (km) 22 24 Number of Street Lightings 96,400 98,400

    RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (RTS) 2010 2011

    Total Rail Length Built (km)MRT Length (km) 129.9 146.5LRT Length (km) 28.8 28.8

    [3] Number of Stations in OperationMRT Stations 84 97LRT Stations 33 34

    COMMUTER FACILITIES2010 2011

    Bus Interchanges and Terminals in Operation Number of Bus Interchanges 22 22Number of Bus Terminals 15 15

    Bus Stops and Taxi Stands in Operation Number of Bus Stops 4,591 4,615Number of Taxi Stands/Stops 255 268

    Notes:[1] Data source: Department of Statistics, Singapore (www.singstat.gov.sg).[2] Pedestrian facilities include only those maintained by LTA.[3] Circle Line (CCL) stage 4 & 5 opened for revenue service in Oct 2011.

    Woodleigh (NEL) and Damai (PGLRT) stations opened in Jun 2011

    MOTOR VEHICLE POPULATION2010 2011

    [4] All Vehicles 945,829 956,704 Private Cars 511,125 520,614 Other Cars 86,621 85,666 Taxi 26,073 27,051 Buses 16,309 17,046 Goods & Other Vehicles 157,541 159,768 Motorcycles 148,160 146,559

    ANNUAL AVERAGE QUOTA PREMIUM OF COE2010 2011

    [5] Category A (Cars 1600cc & Taxis) $30,405 $48,206 Category B (Cars >1600cc) $39,834 $64,938 Category C (Goods Vehicles & Buses) $29,788 $31,885 Category D (Motorcycles) $1,309 $2,098 Category E (Open Category) $41,424 $66,047

    PRIVATE VEHICLE ANNUAL MILEAGE2010 2011

    [6] Average Annual Kilometres Travelled per Vehicle Cars 19,100 19,000Private Hire Buses 51,200 52,900School Buses 48,400 50,000Light Goods Vehicles ( 3.5 tons) 28,500 29,900Heavy Goods Vehicles (> 3.5 tons) 40,900 44,100Motorcycles 13,500 13,400

    Notes:[4] All categories include tax exempted vehicles.[5] The Vehicle Quota System (VQS) is administered through the Certificates of

    Entitlement (COE). More information at www.onemotoring.com.sg[6] The average kilometres travelled per vehicle are estimated based on mileage

    survey of in-use vehicles conducted at mandatory periodic vehicle inspections.

    MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION2010 2011

    Number of new vehicles registered 61,018 47,855 Number of vehicles de-registered 40,707 36,980

    [7] Total number of vehicles transferred 105,315 126,469

    PUBLIC TRANSPORT CAPACITY 2010 2011

    Average Fleet and Routes in OperationAverage Bus Fleet Operated 3,475 3,484Number of Bus Routes in Operation 342 344

    Average Daily Vehicle-Kilometres TravelledMRT ('000 train-km) 55.4 61.5Bus ('000 bus-km) 839.7 818.7

    PUBLIC TRANSPORT UTILISATION 2010 2011

    [8] Average Daily Ridership ('000 passenger-trips)MRT 2,069 2,295LRT 100 111Bus 3,199 3,385Taxi 912 933

    Average Trip DistanceMRT (km/passenger-trip) 10.3 10.0LRT (km/passenger-trip) 2.1 2.0Bus (km/passenger-trip) 4.8 4.5Taxi (km/engaged trip) 9.3 9.6

    Notes:[7] These numbers exclude taxis, trailers and temporary transfers to dealers.[8] Data on Ridership is averaged over the period of January-December..

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