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25 Sep 2018
News Releases
Cyclists will find it more convenient to access bicycle parking as the Land Transport Authority (LTA) continues to improve access to bicycle parking to meet the needs of a growing local cycling community and bicycle-sharing services. For more information, you may wish to refer to the attached News Release.

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5 Oct 2017
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA), National Parks Board (NParks) and 16 Town Councils (TCs) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the five bicycle-sharing operators in Singapore to encourage responsible operation of bicycle-sharing services in public spaces. The MoU lays out a set of mutually agreed guidelines to reduce disamenities arising from bicycle-sharing services and improve public safety. For more information, please refer to the attached news release.
12 Jul 2017
News Releases
Cyclists can look forward to more parking lots at MRT stations as the Land Transport Authority (LTA) continues to improve cycling infrastructure to support a growing cyclist population. LTA will be calling tender for the installation of 3,000 bicycle parking lots at 28 MRT stations, to augment the existing 17,500 bicycle parking lots at MRT stations. Please refer to the attached News Release for more information.
1 Jul 2017
News Releases
Going car-lite in the Jurong Lake District (JLD), Singapore’s second Central Business District, is now easier with the completion of a 15km dedicated cycling path network. JLD is the 8th intra-town cycling path network in Singapore. This is part of the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) long term plan to progressively construct dedicated cycling path networks in all HDB towns to enhance first and last mile connections. For more information, please refer to attached factsheet.
3 Sep 2016
News Releases
From early 2017, Kampung Admiralty residents will be able to try out Singapore’s first fully automated underground bicycle parking system. Cyclists will be able to store their bicycles and cycling gear securely, and protect their bicycles from theft, vandalism, and the weather. Catering to the growing cycling population at Admiralty, the underground system can store around 500 bicycles, hence saving land that would otherwise be used for at-grade bicycle parking. For more information, please refer to the attached Fact Sheet.
6 Oct 2008
News Releases
By the third quarter of 2009, cyclists in Pasir Ris, Tampines and Yishun will have more and better bicycle parking facilities. For more details, please refer to the attached news release.

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