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Singapore’s PTC seeks inputs from persons with disabilities and their caregivers

A bus driver lowers the ramp at the rear door for the helper to push a wheelchair bound passenger up onto the bus
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Singapore’s Public Transport Council is seeking feedback from people with disabilities and their caregivers about their travel experiences and barriers faced while using public transport while commuting in the public transport system.

If you are a person with a disability or a caregiver of a person with a disability, we appreciate your participation in our survey to provide your views in helping us to improve our public transport system further.

Please be assured that all responses are anonymous, and results will only be reported on an aggregated level. Participation in this survey is entirely voluntary.

The Public Transport Council (PTC) has put up an online survey that is open from now till the end of the month.

The views will help to further improve the public transport system, the council said.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

All responses are anonymous. To access the survey form, go to

If you have any concerns about this survey, please email us at or call us at 6354 9020.

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