PHAR, as part of a consortium led by KPMG, has been appointed by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore to consult on the Non-Fare Business for the Thomson East Coast Line (TEL).

The consulting assignment will advise on various aspects of non-farebox revenue such as commercial arrangements and conduct market sounding opportunities with potential bidders for the TEL Non-fare business in preparation for an upcoming tender.  

 

Information on TEL

The TEL is a joint line between the Thomson Line and the Eastern Region Line. The 43km TEL will add 31 new stations to the existing rail network, with 7 interchange stations which will link the East-West Line, North-South Line, North-East Line, Circle Line and the Downtown Line. Commuters can start enjoying the TEL in stages in 2019.

 

Information on LTA

The LTA is a statutory board under the Ministry of Transport, which spearheads land transport developments in Singapore. As the agency responsible for planning, designing, building, and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems, the LTA aims to bring about a greener and more inclusive public transport system, complemented by convenient options to walk and cycle from their homes or to their destinations. The LTA leverages technology to strengthen Singapore’s rail and bus infrastructure and provide exciting options for future land transport.

 

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