Lornie Road park connector to open soon, completing the 36km coast-to-coast trail

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SINGAPORE - The long-awaited Lornie Road park connector - stretching about 2km from MacRitchie Reservoir carpark to the fringe of Kheam Hock Park - will be completed in the next few weeks.

The project, which has been in the making since the Lornie Highway project was announced in 2011, was last delayed by circuit breaker measures to impede the spread of Covid-19. It was previously delayed when the highway project was held up by main contractor Swee Hong's financial problems.

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