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Tanjong Rhu's residents receive trial on-demand bus service

Tanjong Rhu's residents receive trial on-demand bus service

Transport giant ComfortDelGro has rolled out an on-demand bus service.

The listed bus and rail operator said that its trial ComfortConnect service has been available to residents in Tanjong Rhu and Meyer Road since 15 August.

The service operates from Mondays to Fridays between 10:00am and 4:00pm, and serves 16 stops, including most of the condominiums in the Tanjong Rhu / Meyer Road area, Parkway Parade, the Singapore Swimming Club and Dunman High School. No fares are being collected during the three-month trial.

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