- POSTED: 16 Sep 2013 23:30
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Singapore's Changi Airport is planning to increase the number of taxi pick-up bays for Terminal 1 and the upcoming "Project Jewel" complex.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's Changi Airport is planning to increase the number of taxi pick-up bays for Terminal 1 and the upcoming "Project Jewel" complex.
It is also reviewing the taxi queue management system to ensure it can adequately serve the higher number of commuters when the complex is completed and Terminal 1 expanded.
The airport will study measures to increase the capacity of taxi holding areas and to enhance safety within the air hub's roadway system.
Currently, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore expects 90 per cent of passengers in a taxi queue to board a taxi within 10 minutes of waiting at the airport.
The air hub is working with the National Taxi Association and taxi firms to introduce initiatives to attract more taxis to the airport.