Majority of S'pore residents favour infrastructure improvements to address cycling concerns: Poll

Cycling infrastructure will improve significantly in the next decade, but measures are needed in the interim. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - More than seven in 10 Singapore residents favour building more cycling paths and park connectors as the way to accommodate cyclists in a safer manner.

But while registration of bicycles has been mooted as a way to enhance safe riding, just over four in 10 people think this should be done.

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