Two years on, wildlife underpass at Bukit Brown still blocked by construction debris

The area under a segment of the Lornie Highway - built as a bridge to facilitate wildlife crossings under it - is still blocked by construction equipment and metal hoarding, two years after the highway fully opened to motorists.
ST PHOTO:MARK CHEONG
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SINGAPORE - Construction debris is still cluttering the space under an elevated stretch of the Lornie Highway - more than two years after the project was completed.

The roughly 600m segment of the highway bordering Bukit Brown cemetery - a nature and heritage site - had been built as a bridge up to 10m off the ground to allow wildlife to cross safely under the dual four-lane carriageway.

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