SMRT consults international experts to improve the rail network
SMRT has received advice from international experts on how to improve its rail network.
They were here for the inaugural SMRT Technical Advisory Panel meeting.
SMRT says it will be investing in its rail engineering capability and plans to bolster its engineering strength.
As part of this, more engineers wuill be hired in the coming years.
It will also be moving towards a Publicly Available Specification or PAS55 certification, a rigorous standard for the management of infrastructural assets.
SMRT says it will also continue to invest in preventive maintenance capabilities.
Professor Alfred Huan who chairs the panel said he's confident that these proactive initiatives will benefit SMRT's safety and service operations and commuters.
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