If you work in Singapore’s Central Business District (CBD) and own a bicycle, you may want to continue reading.
6km of new cycling paths in the CBD
A total of 6km of new cycling paths stretching from Clarke Quay to Bayfront and Tanjong Pagar were launched on Nov. 27.
It forms part of the Central Area cycling path network and connects several MRT stations including Clarke Quay, Tanjong Pagar, and Telok Ayer station, as well as the three newly opened Thomson-East Coast Line stations: Shenton Way, Marina Bay and Gardens by the Bay.
At a launch event on Nov. 27, Minister for Transport S Iswaran said the addition of the new cycling paths makes it “much safer and more convenient to cycle from the MRT stations to areas such as Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Lau Pa Sat, Market Street Hawker Centre and Hong Lim Complex”.
New paths connect to Central and heartland areas
The new cycling paths are mostly on tiled surfaces which have been demarcated with cyclist logos, or on existing or widened pavements with solid or dashed red or yellow lines within the central area.
Including the new 6km of paths, there are now around 21km of cycling paths and park connectors in the area.
These paths not only connect the CBD to…