A video has been circulating online showing a youth throwing an ofo bike - dedicated for bike sharing within Singapore, from a high storey of a Housing Development Board (HDB) block.
From 1 June 2017, commuters can continue to carry foldable bicycles and personal mobility devices on board public transport at all hours of the day. This follows a six-month trial conducted by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and public transport operators, and is part of LTA’s Walk Cycle Ride strategy to encourage more people to adopt active mobility for the first and last mile of their public transport commutes.
It will become easier to go car-lite in the city, with the transformation of Bencoolen Street, and as the Government lines up a series of other infrastructural projects and initiatives to make walking, cycling, and riding public transport more pleasant and conducive.
As part of efforts to provide pedestrian-friendly features, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) will test the use of Light Emitting Diode (LED) light strips at signalised pedestrian crossings in a six-month trial.
The Sufferfest, creator of the world’s most comprehensive indoor training system for cyclists and endurance athletes, announced a partnership with acclaimed activity tracker, MyZone.
The Sufferfest, creator of the world’s most comprehensive indoor training system for cyclists and other endurance athletes, today announced the world premiere of its latest workout, Getting Away With It. Adding to their library of 42 structured interval workouts, the new session features stunning footage of the French Pyrenees provided by The Col Collective.
SINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has introduced new bicycle parking zones in seven new locations as amid a push for Singapore to be a car-lite city.
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.