Four more bus service routes will be wheelchair accessible from July 1 onwards.
The service routes which will have Wheelchair Accessible Bus (WAB) services are 75, 77, 177 and 700, said transport operator SMRT in a statement.
These buses will be marked with a blue decal at the front of the bus showing a passenger in a wheelchair and two larger decals on the front doors asking passengers to be patient while passengers in wheelchairs are attended to.
Each bus can accommodate one or two wheelchairs.
The four new WAB service routes connect passengers to MRT and LRT stations including Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Holland Village, Newton and Orchard.
Services 75, 77 and 700 also stop by medical facilities such as Camden Medical Centre, Gleneagles Hospital and Medical Centre, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, National Cancer Centre, National Dental Centre, National Eye Centre, National Heart Centre, Outram Polyclinic, and Singapore General Hospital.
Currently, 282 or 26 per cent of SMRT's bus fleet are wheelchair accessible. These four new services will bring the total number of WAB services to 21.