Land transportation is mostly preferred when it comes to travelling in Singapore. Some Islands like Jurong and Sentosa are easily accessible by roadways. After land ways, Railways is the major source of transportation in Singapore. Mass rapid transit runs along the length as well as width of Singapore and light rail transit runs just among a few neighbourhoods. The Ferry Boat services of Singapore connect Singapore to all the other islands nearby. Singapore is well known for having most affordable public transport network in the world. Those public transport systems consist of all the variety of transportation modes like Railways, Buses, Taxis etc.
- The public transport services of Singapore was majorly dependent upon the bus services until the opening of the mass rapid transit in 1987.
- Although the buses are still carrying the major population, Railway services are also a top priority now. The land Transport authority is planning to expand the railway system such that the buses could play only a feeder role to the rail network.
- Total six scheduled local Airlines services operating from Singapore Changi Airport. Youth affairs flights for more than 70 cities on six continents. The two budget Airlines of Singapore are Valuair and Jetstar Asia Airways. They operate from Changi Airport Terminal 1. Water transport is restricted to river taxi within the main Island along the Singapore River.
- The Singapore cable car lies between Resort island of Sentosa and Mount Faber on the Singapore’s Main Island.
The land Transport authority in Singapore regulates the public transport system and it oversees the three modes of public transportation. Issues include bus services fare regulations under the control of an independent body. The Public Transport Council has to create a multi model system having a common fare payment method. It encourages people to go for public transport services in Singapore rather than the private ones. Public transport services are meant to reduce the air pollution also giving the benefit to the environment. There are also systems of bus routes, which follow throughout the island. Most of such gases have air conditioning system for the convenience of passengers.