The stretch of Angullia Park between Orchard Boulevard and Orchard Road can be very hazardous to vehicular traffic and pedestrians.
Some motorists along Orchard Boulevard use it as a short cut to Wheelock Place, by making a right turn into the public car park, then exiting the car park to make a left turn (against the flow of traffic) and entering the car park at Wheelock Place.
This rash action can cause a serious head-on collision with on-coming traffic along the one-way Angullia Park. Unwary pedestrians may also get hurt.
I hope the authorities and the operators of the public car park can construct a permanent barrier to prevent vehicles from turning against the traffic flow to enter the Wheelock Place car park, for the safety of all.
Presently, there is a two-pole barrier at the exit of the public car park, but it is apparently inadequate to deter motorist from taking such rash actions.
Sum Kam Weng