A connected cycling-friendly city
At the national level, there are now 440km of cycling paths, and we will expand the cycling path network to 750km by 2025 and triple our cycling network by 2030. These cycling paths will connect commuters from their homes to MRT stations, bus interchanges and nearby shopping malls and schools.
Cycling Path Networks
Cycling Path Networks (CPNs) introduce infrastructural upgrades designed to provide a safe and conducive environment for active mobility users of different ages and proficiency levels to commute around towns with greater ease and convenience.
Today, we have cycling path networks in nine HDB towns (PDF, 10kb), and will be building more in six towns as well as expanding the existing CPNs at Ang Mo Kio and Tampines by 2024. Residents staying in Tampines town can look forward to additional routes connecting to neighbouring towns and Changi Business Park.
Improvement to the east-west inter-town cycling connectivity will also be carried out by linking up Queenstown to the City via the Alexandra Park Connector, and linking Geylang to the City via the Geylang Park Connector. To facilitate cycling within the Central Area, we will be providing more cycling paths to connect residents and workers to and from MRT stations and bus stops in the city.
Cycling Friendly Features
Beyond building cycling links that connect MRT stations to park connectors for cyclists to have easier and safer first-and-last-mile commutes, we are also building other cycling infrastructure, such as parking spaces, that will also be improved for safety and convenience.
Here are some examples of our cycling path networks.