Traffic police appeal for information about SMRT taxi that travelled against traffic flow

A screengrab from a video clip showing an SMRT taxi going against traffic in Sims Avenue East.
A screengrab from a video clip showing an SMRT taxi going against traffic in Sims Avenue East. PHOTO: FACEBOOK PAGE BEH CHIA LOR - SINGAPORE ROAD

SINGAPORE - The traffic police is appealing for more information about a taxi that had travelled against the flow of traffic.

Last Wednesday (Sept 14), The Straits Times reported the incident where an SMRT taxi was seen travelling against the flow of traffic on a one-way road.

The incident was captured on video and posted on the Facebook page of road safety community Beh Chia Lor - Singapore Road. The video has since been shared more than 1,000 times.

According to the video, the incident happened along Sims Avenue East on Monday at around 12pm.

In a statement, the traffic police said that they are aware of the incident and are looking into the matter.

 

"We would like to request anyone with more information on the incident to lodge a police report at any Neighbourhood Police Centre/Post or online via the E-feedback On Road Users portal at www.police.gov.sg/epc/index.html," the statement said.