Tanjong Pagar crash puts spotlight on ways to curb speeding, tighten safety enforcement

The car involved in a crash that killed five people in Tanjong Pagar on Feb 13 was said to be speeding along a stretch with a 50kmh limit.
The car involved in a crash that killed five people in Tanjong Pagar on Feb 13 was said to be speeding along a stretch with a 50kmh limit. PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
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SINGAPORE - Road-calming measures like humps are not entirely practical to address speeding issues, and could instead cause traffic bottlenecks inconveniencing residents and businesses in the area, said experts.

A fatal car crash that killed five in Tanjong Pagar on Feb 13 has put wider road safety issues in the national spotlight.

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