SG Mobility Gallery

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The SG Mobility Gallery provides a behind-the-scenes look at how LTA plans, designs and builds our transport system while balancing efficiency, liveability and inclusivity as it leverages technology for smarter urban mobility.

Look forward to a host of interactive activities and multi-sensory exhibits as you take on the role of a transport planner, try your hands at planning an efficient and sustainable transport network, as well as experience the training of public transport workers through Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) experiential activities.

The SG Mobility Gallery is designed to be self-guided for exploration at your own pace.  We recommend catering 60–90 minutes for the most optimal experience.


Exhibition Zones

This is an image of Jamie, the virtual host at the Land Transport Hero Academy.

Zone 1: Entrance & Land Transport Hero Academy

Interact with Jamie, our Gallery’s virtual host for more information on each zone as well as real-time updates on foot traffic for a more pleasant visit.

Located next to the entrance, the Land Transport Hero Academy introduces the unsung heroes of land transport and the critical role they perform in an interactive way, for children aged 7 and below.

This is an image of a role-playing experience in helping Singapore manage its transport congestion

Zone 2: Moving Singapore

This zone includes a challenge that let visitors assume the role of Operations Executive to manage congestion along Singapore’s road network, and how every member of the Land Transport Community has a part to play in ensuring smoother journeys across the nation.

This is an image of an exhibition room that showcases the processes behind transport planning in Singapore

Zone 3: Connected Towns of Tomorrow

This zone explains what goes into planning an efficient transport system to meet public’s diverse needs and highlights the trade-offs needed to improve our daily commute. Visitors take on the roles of urban transport planners in a multisensory game to design and plan infrastructure wisely to keep residents connected and happy.

This is an image of LTA’s Future Concept Bus at the SG Mobility Gallery

Zone 4: Future Mobility

This zone highlights how LTA taps on technology to achieve an efficient, inclusive and seamless transport system. LTA’s Future Concept Bus, Singapore’s vision for Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Lamp Posts, Hands-free Ticketing System and Future Traffic Management System are featured in this zone.

This is an image of SG Mobility Gallery’s 270o  panoramic experience

Zone 5: Future Forward

Be immersed on a 3-min journey via our 270o panoramic projection to experience what goes on behind-the-scene development of Singapore’s future land transport system.

This is an image SG Mobility Gallery’s exhibition gallery which uses AR and VR technology

Zone 6: Experience Zone/Training the Workers of Tomorrow

This zone gives an insight to the day-to-day tasks of four different public transport workers through the use of AR and VR technology, and find out how technology can be harnessed to enhance the upskilling of workers. 

This is an image of the SG Mobility Gallery’s wall to pledge for a car-lite Singapore

Zone 7: Pledge to make a difference

This final zone of the Gallery features a pledge wall which encourages visitors to share how their contribution to a car-lite Singapore to evoke a sense of shared responsibility, collective ownership and appreciation for Singapore’s land transport system.

Visitors’ Information

Opening Hours

Mondays to Fridays: 9.30am to 5pm

Saturdays: 9.30am to 1pm (For pre-arranged community visits only)

*Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

For all group visits of 10 people or more, please email us at least 10 working days in advance with your preferred visit date and time. This is to ensure the Gallery will not be overcrowded and all visitors will enjoy a comfortable time here.


Land Transport Authority

No. 1 Hampshire Road,

Block 1 Level 1, Singapore 219428


We strongly encourage using public transport due to limited parking facilities.

By Train:

NE7 (North East Line – NEL)/DT12 (Downtown Line – DTL) Little India Station Exit E

By Bus:

Bukit Timah Road: 48, 56, 57, 66, 67, 131, 166, 170, 851, 960, 980

Kampong Java Road: 56, 57, 131, 166, 851, 980

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