Thinking Aloud

A balanced approach towards bridging the cyclist-motorist divide

Panel has made sensible proposals to improve safety on the roads

In April, the authorities announced that an advisory panel would review rules governing cyclists on the roads. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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One boon of the Covid-19 pandemic is that cycling has gained in popularity both as a leisure activity and as a mode of transport.

While this development bodes well for Singapore's aspirations to become a car-lite nation, it has also led to growing tensions between motorists and cyclists as both sides navigate the sharing of road space.

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