New Transport Minister S. Iswaran's ongoing journey to greater sustainability

S. Iswaran will have to retain Singapore's position as an air and sea hub "in the post-Covid-19 world". ST ILLUSTRATION: CHNG CHOON HIONG
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SINGAPORE - As with most previous transport ministers, Mr S. Iswaran will have his work cut out for him.

As Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said during the ministerial reshuffle on April 23, the latest transport minister will "continue improving the quality, affordability and environmental sustainability of our transport system", as well as retain Singapore's position as an air and sea hub "in the post-Covid-19 world".

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