Commuters are charged a fare according to the total distance travelled on each mode of transport. With the introduction of distance fares, fares are calculated based on the shortest travel path. From 28 December 2019, bus and train fares will be adjusted. Click here for more information.
To calculate train fares, click here.
The Public Transport Council has introduced a set of tougher measures to further deter fare evasion. Wef 29 February, commuters who do not pay or underpay their fares on public train services will have to pay a higher penalty fee. Please refer to the Public Transport Council’s enforcement guidelines here.
Modes of Payment
There are a host of ticketing schemes based on stored value smartcards to suit a wide variety of needs. There are standard tickets (ST) for one-time travel, tourist passes, and student and senior citizen concession passes. TransitLink is the sole ticketing operator that manages the public transport ticketing system in Singapore. Please visit www.transitlink.com.sg for more information.