To improve first-and-last-mile connectivity and encourage cycling for short trips, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) had called a tender in July 2016 for an operator to build, own, operate and maintain a bicycle-sharing system in Jurong Lake District.
In future, you could get off the train and hop onto an electric kickboard equipped with a smart unit that can warn you of potential hazards while it navigates you home.
As announced by Second Minister for Transport Mr Ng Chee Meng at the 2017 Committee of Supply Debate, families will be allowed to bring open strollers on board public buses.
Participants of February’s edition of Car-Free Sunday were given a preview of the upcoming Safe Riding Programme (SRP), which will be implemented by July 2017. The programme will educate participants on safe riding practices, and includes a practical component to teach participants how to manoeuvre their bicycles, personal mobility devices (PMDs) or power-assisted bicycles (PABs) safely and react to various situations when riding on public paths.
Chinese bike-sharing startup Mobike announced on Monday that it has received a strategic investment from Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings.
As announced at the Ministry of Transport’s 2016 Committee of Supply Debate, the Government has accepted in full the Active Mobility Advisory Panel’s recommendations on cycling and the use of personal mobility devices (PMDs). The Active Mobility Bill puts these recommendations into effect.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has won the prestigious Prince Michael International Road Safety Award. The internationally renowned Award recognises the most outstanding achievements and innovations from all over the world in enhancing road safety for different road users.
From 1 December 2016, the Land Transport Authority (LTA), together with bus and rail operators, will embark on a six-month trial to allow commuters to carry personal mobility devices and foldable bicycles on board trains and buses at all hours of the day. This is another step taken by LTA to encourage more people to use public transport, and to adopt active mobility for the first and last mile of their daily public transport commutes.
The much debated night ride has finally received the green light. With the help of Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF), the race has also received permits from Land Transport Authority and Traffic Police to stage the event.
The Sufferfest, creator of the world’s best cycling videos for individual and group training, announced today their partnership with APEX Coaching, an elite sport coaching group for endurance athletes based in Boulder, Colo., USA to provide structured training plans to all Sufferfest app subscribers. In addition, APEX will also provide content for Sufferfest articles, podcasts and live, online discussions with the Sufferlandrian community.