make travelling within the city
area even more convenient, SBS
Transit will be launching and
giving free rides on three CityBuzz
services on 13 December 2004.
In line with the CityBuzz, service
ambassadors from SBS Transit will
be on board selected buses to
give away honey to commuters and
balloon sculptures to children
between 5pm and 7pm on that day.
Looping the city, CityBuzz will
operate daily from 10am to 10pm,
calling at key stops at Marina
Promenade, Esplanade Theatres,
City Hall, Clarke Quay, Eu Tong
Sen Street, Raffles Hotel and
Orchard Road (see attached map
for the detailed routeing).
Mr Ong Boon Leong, Chief Operating
Officer, SBS Transit said, “CityBuzz
will appeal most to tourists as
they get to experience the ‘must-see’
areas of Singapore in the most
economical way. For the locals,
CityBuzz is an alternative mode
of transport for travelling within
the city besides the existing
bus services. The locals can also
be buzzed by the sights and sounds
of Singapore’s cultural
The CityBuzz services are offered
on aircon double deckers and will
stop at each bus stop every 10-15
minutes. All CityBuzz buses will
spot a different service plate
from the normal SBS Transit buses
and commuters can identify them
by looking out for a friendly
bee at the bus stops and in front
of the buses.
Like a monorail, CityBuzz will
call at all designated stops without
the need to press the bell for
stop. A chime will be sounded
at every stop to alert passengers.
Fares for CityBuzz are at $1 a
trip by ez-link card or cash.
A $5 CityBuzzPass is also available
for unlimited rides on all CityBuzz
services for a day. CityBuzzPass
is available at all TransitLink
Ticket Offices and authorized
More information on CityBuzz
can be found at www.CityBuzz.com.sg .
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