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MCE latest tips: LTA's tweets on navigating the Marina Coastal Expressway better

Published on Jan 1, 2014 12:40 PM
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#MCE Recap: From KPE to Raffles Place, take MCE & exit at Central Blvd. Another way is to use Sheares Ave, then Central Blvd to get there.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 5, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: To get to ECP/KPE from Suntec, travel by Republic Blvd & Ophir Rd. You’ll be able to reach ECP/KPE from there.

A sign warning of congestion after entrance to the MCE from Central Boulevard at about 6.30pm Eastbound towards ECP. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 5, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: To reach Marine Parade from Raffles Place, use Marina Blvd & Sheares Ave to link to ECP. Marine Parade’s up ahead after that.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 5, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: No more connection to #ECP from Fort Rd. Cos there’s not enough space to change lanes safely to enter the expressway.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: If you’re going to Maxwell Rd from #AYE, there’s no change in travel routes. Just go as per normal.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: To reach Suntec from #AYE, take MCE & Exit 2 to Central Blvd. U can then use Sheares Ave to reach Rochor Rd

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: U can also take #CTE from #AYE & exit at Exit 2 to Merchant Rd to reach Marina Bay Financial Centre.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: To reach Marina Bay Financial Centre from #AYE, use Exit 2 to Central Blvd. If u use Exit 2B to Keppel Rd & Anson Rd, also can.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Recap: If you’re travelling from #ECP to #AYE, enter #MCE at Exit 14B near Fort Rd. Don’t need to go all the way to Sheares Ave.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 4, 2014

 

#MCE Tip: Going to Marina South from AYE? Exit MCE at Exit 2 to Central Blvd. Don’t need to exit early at Exit 2B to Keppel Rd.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 3, 2014

 

#MCE Tip: Need to get to ECP from CBD (Tanjong Pagar / Shenton Way)? Take Keppel Rd to MCE & join up with ECP at Exit 5.

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 3, 2014

 

#MCE Tip: Going Westwards from ECP to AYE? Join MCE at Exit 14B to get to AYE. No need to exit ECP/Sheares Ave & rejoin #MCE-AYE

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 1, 2014

 

 

#MCE Tip: Heading to the East from AYE to ECP? Continue ur journey on #MCE, towards ECP(Changi). Don’t use Exit 3 at Central Blvd

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 1, 2014

 

 

#MCE Tip: Use Fort Rd interchange to connect directly to #MCE for travel to the City or West

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 1, 2014

 

 

#MCE Tip: ECP now ends at Sheares Ave, a major arterial Rd West of Sheares Bridge, n connects w/ CBD, Central Blvd n Marina Blvd

— LTA (@LTAsg) January 1, 2014

 

 

#MCE Tip: Traffic wardens are also at hand to help u find ur way near #MCE

— LTA (@LTAsg) December 31, 2013

 

 

#MCE Tip: Hang in there, more temporary signs will be put up at key approaches to help u find ur way around the Rd network changes

— LTA (@LTAsg) December 31, 2013

 

 

#MCE Tip: There’ll be adjustments to improve traffic; a short stretch at Central Blvd has been converted from 2 to 4 lanes

— LTA (@LTAsg) December 31, 2013

 

Hey @ajishdotcom, ECP now ends at Sheares Ave. U can take #MCE to AYE, the Keppel Rd exit is still there. pic.twitter.com/DRycAQBXuk

— LTA (@LTAsg) December 31, 2013