LTA to conduct independent investigation into Monday's train glitch
The Land Transport Authority says it will conduct its own independent investigation into the train glitch on Monday morning which affected some 19,000 commuters on the North-South Line.
In a statement, the LTA said it understands the inconvenience experienced by commuters.
The incident was due to a fault on a south-bound train.
During the disruption, SMRT activated free bus bridging service and announcements were made at stations to inform passengers.
However, given the inconvenience to commuters, LTA has directed SMRT to provide a full report on the incident.
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