At this Tanah Merah junction, red does not mean stop for speeding road users, as months of ST video footage shows

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On weekend nights, hundreds of cyclists ply Tanah Merah Coast Road. But the increase in cycling activities close to motorists, particularly lorries who are seen running red lights, is a cause for concern, say experts.
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SINGAPORE - Traffic rules appear to be taking a back seat among lorry drivers, motorcyclists and bike riders in Tanah Merah Coast Road, part of a popular route among cyclists.

This is a cause for concern, say road safety advocates.

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