‘Backwards drive’ in Singapore is now a regular thing
Singapore has a habit of putting people off taking the bus.
The government has decided that in a country of 1.2 billion people, not all of them will get the bus service they want.
But the government also thinks that people who don’t take the bus have to make up for it in other ways.
The idea behind this was to put people off going on the bus, because Singapore is known for being an extremely inefficient public transport system.
The bus is a big expense and the government hopes that by giving people an incentive to use public transport, the bus will become more popular.
This has resulted in Singapore being the first country in the world to launch a campaign in which passengers are asked to rate the bus system on a scale from 1 to 10, with 10 being the worst.
The system is designed to encourage people to take the buses.
It has also been used as a platform for Singaporeans to lobby for change, particularly for changes that improve the quality of public transport.
Singaporeans can also make a difference for the environment.
A study by the Environment Agency found that one-third of the world’s population lives in Singapore, but that it only emits 1% of the carbon dioxide that other countries emit.
The campaign was also inspired by a campaign that started in the US in 2011 called “Singapore is a great city for business.”
The campaign called for people to put a dollar value on the environmental impact of their business, and it has been a popular campaign.
The “Backwards Drive” campaign is the result of a collaboration between the Environment Department and the Singapore Chamber of Commerce, which organised the “Backward Drive” bus campaign.
The campaign is being run through the Singapore Institute of Technology, and has been featured on the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, and is a result of the Singapore Government’s plan to get the economy back on track, the Environment Ministry said.
The campaign will run for two weeks.
The Singapore government is not the first to take aim at the bus in recent months.
In March, the Ministry of Transport announced that it would introduce a bus charging policy to encourage more people to use the public transport option.
In November, Singapore was named one of the best cities to live in for business by Forbes.
But Singapore’s bus drivers, who have faced a barrage of bad publicity in the past year, have a mixed view of the campaign.
“We’ve been on the road for six years.
We’ve made the right decisions,” said driver Tan Kheng.
“But the media has not been fair.
We have to accept the criticism.”