A British journalist is interviewing the chairman of the Public Transport
Council in Singapore.
B: We all know that the Public Transport Council in Singapore is responsible for regulating bus services and public transport fares. What are the specific functions of this institution?
B: What are your key objectives then?
B: Currently in Singapore, you have only two major operators. Why is that?
B: But some MPs and members of the public have felt that full competition in bus services will be better. They have felt that it will improve services and fares may even come down. What do you think about this?
B: Last year bus fares didn't go up at all. How did you manage that performance?