The motorcyclist was taken to the General Hospital Sengkang after SBS bus service 27 arrived at the TPS (Tampines Expressway) on Wednesday (March 13th) at 5.15 am on Wednesday (March 13th).
The shooting of the incident, taken from the last camera in the vehicle, was loaded on the Facebook page of Roads.sg on Friday.
It can be seen as a motorist traveling on the far right side of a highway. The bus briefly appears in the far right belt, but when the vehicle is taken, the bus turns it to the right.
This causes you to cut along the right lane, block the riders' path and run with the midrange.
It is not clear from the video whether the motorbike hit the bus.
On Saturday, senior vice president of corporate communications SBS Transit Tammy Tan confirmed that the motorcycle was injured due to the incident.
"On this day, he received an outpatient treatment, and since then, we have been in contact with him so that we can help as much as possible. Nobody was injured," she said, adding that the company is investigating the cause of the accident.
The Singapore Civil Defense Force said they responded to the incident about five-five, and took one person to the General Hospital Sengkang.
Straits Times understands that injuries to motorcyclists have been reduced.
This article was first published in The Straits Times. Reproduction permit.