S'pore study to look at converting road space to cycling paths

The potential conversion of road space would contribute to the expansion of networks in several areas over the next decade. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - More than 20 roads in the north-east of Singapore and the eastern parts of the island will be assessed to determine if portions of them can be reclaimed for cycling paths, in what is likely to be the first such study on this scale.

They include stretches along heavily utilised roads such as Aljunied Road, Braddell Road, Upper Serangoon Road, Upper Paya Lebar Road and MacPherson Road.

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