Blue, green and purple subsidised e-ticketing cards cannot be used to pay for another person’s bus fare - LTA

Blue, green and purple subsidised e-ticketing cards cannot be used to pay for another person’s bus fare - LTA

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Sunday 20/02/2022

The Land Transport Authority stresses that the blue, green and purple subsidised e-ticketing cards cannot be used to pay for another person’s bus fare.

LTA says the Government tops up these subsidised cards for students, persons with disabilities and senior citizens for travelling purposes and they should not be used for any other purposes.

They say if a person uses a blue, green or purple card to pay for another person's bus fare, he or she has committed an offence and will be liable for a fine of $150.

LTA says a person who is not entitled to a concession must not use a concession bus card to pay for their own bus fare.

They add only the red e-ticketing cards can be used to pay for another person’s bus fare.



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