Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg If you cycle regularly in Singapore, whether for commuting or for leisure, here’s some good news. New cycling paths
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has called for a tender for the construction of new cycling paths in the central region of Singapore, covering areas such as Bukit Merah, Telok Blangah, Kallang and the city.
The agency said these new cycling paths will be progressively completed from 2024.
They will offer "improved interconnectivity to key amenities including transport nodes, schools and neighbourhood centres such as Bukit Merah, Boon Keng and Tiong Bahru".
Artist impressions provided show cycling paths, as well as shared tracks running along roads and MRT tracks, and located close to malls like Tiong Bahru Plaza and Clarke Quay. Credit: LTA Credit: LTA Credit: LTA LTA also advised that adjustments to facilities, such as drains and bus stops, may be required due to space constraints in these built-up areas: "LTA will work closely with other agencies to assess these options and engage other relevant stakeholders ahead of any changes." What is the Islandwide Cycling Network (ICN) programme?
LTA has been accelerating the construction of cycling paths across the island as part of the Islandwide Cycling Network (ICN) programme.
Earlier this year, in January, the agency called for another tender for the construction of cycling paths in seven towns located in the east and northeast of Singapore."More cycling path tenders, including for cycling paths in the West region, are in the pipeline and details […]