LTA to look at more paths for cyclists, pedestrians in central S'pore, Bukit Timah to Kallang

The Land Transport Authority will also study the possible removal of roadside parking spaces in 27 locations within these areas. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Sections of 40 roads around the city, and in Bukit Timah, Bukit Merah and Kallang, may make way for cycling tracks as more space is carved out for bicycles.

This is to cater to the growing popularity of cycling as a mode of transport. Pedestrians too, stand to gain if the plans materialise.

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