SS II Three different perspectives on the Impact of Government Policies on…
SS II Three different perspectives on the Impact of Government Policies on Transportation
Political Leader's Perspective
The page mentions the monopoly of the two transport companies, which is enabled by the Government's transport policies. They also mention how this corporate monopoly would drive public transport prices up as they would want to earn more revenue
CONCLUSION: This Political Party is against with the negative impact of Government policies regarding Public Transportation. This is due to the fact that it finds that it does not serve the public good with increased prices, thus decreasing the accessibility of Public Transportation for the general Public that cannot afford Private transportation
Singapore Commuter Perspective
80% agreed that Singapore's public transport system is good, up from 74%. 66% agreed that public transport is generally affordable, up from 63%.
CONCLUSION: Commuter's overall perspective of Singapore's public transport system is favourable. Commuter's are happy with the transport system and think that it is affordable and has high quality.
Foreign Organisation's perspective
The Report concludes that the 'Ring Concept' policy implemented in the 1970s allowed the success of Singapore's transport system as it established efficient routes and an organised transport system that would decrease congestion and maximise functionality. It mentioned that is achieved many objectives like linking up the town centres and building an MRT to t service the CBD
CONCLUSION: The Report Indicates Geography.org.UK's favourable perspective on the impact of the Government policies on Transportation, and it seems to agree that it achieved its goals and enabled decreased reliance on private transportation, enabling less congested roads and a cleaner environment
Transportation in Singapore