More in Singapore will walk, bike as means of commute in 10 years, study predicts

In its Land Transport Master Plan 2040, the Land Transport Authority envisages more walking, cycling and the use of personal mobility devices over the next two decades. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Singapore will see a significant shift towards cycling and walking as a mode of transport in the next 10 years when its population exceeds 6.3 million, said an international research firm.

London-based Kantar also noted that public transport as a mode will shrink in percentage terms, while car trips will creep up slightly.

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