Red-amber-green turning arrows installed at nearly 700 traffic junctions in Singapore

The aim is to install red-amber-green arrows at 1,200 of the 1,600 junctions here by 2024. ST PHOTO: SAMUEL ANG
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SINGAPORE - Almost 700 traffic junctions in Singapore now have red-amber-green (RAG) turning signals, with the latest one installed on New Year's Eve at a cross junction in Pasir Ris.

These turning arrows have been several years in the making, as the authorities have sought to replace discretionary right turns at signalised junctions here since 2018.

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