SINGAPORE - Roads around the civic district and Central Business District will be closed on Sunday (May 28) for Car-Free Sunday.
The initiative, which was piloted in 2016, usually covers roads in the civic district which are closed to vehicles for a range of activities on the last Sunday of the month.
This Sunday, road closures will be extended to Bencoolen Street, bringing the total walking, jogging and cycling route to about 6.7km.
The event organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Land Transport Authority, National Parks Board, National Arts Council, Health Promotion Board, Sport Singapore, Singapore Land Authority and various community groups, was last held on April 30.
On Sunday, the following roads will be closed to vehicles from 5am to 12.30pm:
- The two left lanes of Maxwell Road in the direction of Shenton Way (between Cecil Street and Robinson Road)
- Robinson Road
- The four right lanes of Collyer Quay in the direction of Fullerton Road
- Cross Street (between Raffles Quay and Cecil Street)
- Market Street
- The three right lanes of Cecil Street (betweenChurch Street and Finlayson Green)
- Cecil Street (between Telok Ayer Street and Church Street)
- Stanley Street
- Telok Ayer Street (between McCallum Street and Cross Street)
- Amoy Street (between Telok Ayer Street and Boon Tat Street)
- Boon Tat Street
- McCallum Street
- Maxwell Link
- Telegraph Street
- Boon Tat Link
- Finlayson Green
- Esplanade Drive in the direction of Nicoll Highway
- Two left lanes of Stamford Road (between Raffles Avenue and St Andrew's Road)
- Fullerton Road in the direction of Esplanade Drive (between Collyer Quay and Esplanade Drive)
- St Andrew's Road
- Parliament Place (between Supreme Court Lane and St Andrew's Road)
- Old Parliament Lane
- Fullerton Road (between Esplanade Drive and Connaught Drive)
- Connaught Drive
- The two right lanes of Stamford Road (between the private road alongside Swissotel The Stamford and Bencoolen Street)
- Bencoolen Street (between Stamford Road and Middle Road)
- Queen Street (between Stamford Road and Bras Basah Road)
For more information on Car-Free Sunday, visit http://ura.sg/carfreesundaysg