SMRT takes the security of our network very seriously. We work hard to upgrade and improve our security measures while ensuring your journey is a pleasant experience.
Since terrorist attacks on the London and Madrid subway systems, we have been taking extra steps to keep you safe. We have increased patrols inside stations and on trains. Our employees continually receive training on how to react to emergencies and mitigate threats.
In addition, we introduced the SMRT Community Emergency Preparedness (SCEP) programme in December 2006, a public awareness and education programme that empowers the public to play a more active role in enhancing the safety and security in the public transport network.
The SCEP is the first integrated transport security training programme by a public transport service provider and is developed as a 3P partnership (Private-Public-People), in close collaboration with the Ministry of Home Affairs and Land Transport Authority. Through this programme, we have trained 18,236 participants from educational institutions, private organisations and voluntary groups.
If you are interested to participate in SCEP, sign up here
For more information about the programme, drop a mail to .