The Land Transport Authority has checked 108,946 buses as part of its E-Ticketing Operations from June 2018 to June 2019.
LTA CEO-Samuel Simpson says the revenue checks on buses resulted in the issuance of 3,246 Traffic Infringement Notices of which passengers received the highest number of infringement of 1,811
Followed by 1,202 issued to bus drivers while misuse of a subsidized card received 233. Each TIN issued attracts a penalty of $150.
Simpson says the rate of Driver Fraud is alarming and the Authority encourages Bus Operators to deal effectively with their Employees taking money out of the cash- box and denying it to their employers.
The E-Ticketing operation by LTA is to ensure all stakeholders get the revenue they are entitled to and customers pay the correct fare for the journey.