Study to look into reclaiming space for 120km of new cycling paths in western Singapore

Hume Avenue (pictured) will be among the roads that will be assessed. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - About 50 roads in the western part of Singapore will be assessed to see if parts of them can be reclaimed to make space for pavements accommodating some 120km of new cycling paths.

Among the roads that will be assessed are West Coast Highway, Commonwealth Avenue West, Hume Avenue, Toh Tuck Avenue and Boon Lay Way.

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