Park connector alongside Lornie Road almost ready

Work on slow-traffic corridor with walking and cycling facilities expected to be done by early 2020, says LTA

An artist's impression of the downgraded Lornie Road and park connector. The downgraded road - with less than half its former capacity - will not impact traffic flow. Also, as part of the downgrading, the Land Transport Authority said that it had bui
Lornie Road, which had up to four lanes each way, has been downgraded to a dual two-lane road. Speed humps have also been put up at several locations. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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Just over a year after Lornie Highway opened to traffic, the plan to transform the road it replaced into a slow-traffic corridor with walking and cycling facilities is taking shape.

Lornie Road, which had up to four lanes each way, has been downgraded to a dual two-lane road. Speed humps have also been put up at several locations, especially stretches near houses.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 22, 2020, with the headline Park connector alongside Lornie Road almost ready. Subscribe