Artist with Cerebral Palsy designs limited-edition EZ-Link card launched by transport operator Go-Ahead Singapore

The limited edition card is not for purchase.

Edwin Chan

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Published: 26 August 2022, 4:52 PM

Commuters can stand a chance to win a limited-edition EZ-Link card designed by a 33-year-old artist with Cerebral Palsy, Ang Wei Lun.

The EZ-Link card is designed in commemoration of local public transport provider Go-Ahead Singapore’s (GAS) sixth anniversary. The collaboration is commissioned by GAS, in partnership with SG Enable’s i’mable Collective.

Wei Lun, who is an artist from Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS)’s Goodwill, Rehabilitation & Occupational Workshop (GROW), designed the card based on the theme of “Caring, Gracious and Friendly Commuters”.

GAS shared that this collaboration is in support of its ongoing efforts in building a caring commuter culture, and with the objective of encouraging commuters to show their care for others during their commute.

The EZ-Link cards are not available for purchase. Instead, members of the public can win one through a giveaway contest held by GAS. 

Those interested can submit a caring act they have performed or witnessed during their daily commute on the online form.

Each EZ-Link card will come with a $30 stored value. The contest will end on Sep 12 and winners will be contacted by GAS.

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