Making Walk Ride Cycle SG a reality goes beyond infrastructure. All of us need to look out for each other to get around safely. These are some rules and code of conduct for cyclists and users of personal mobility devices (PMDs) to ensure a safe and harmonious environment for all.
proposed off-road rules
Please refer to the list of devices that do not meet the recommended device criteria. The list is not exhaustive and should be used for reference only. Members of the public who are looking to buy PMDs should check that the specifications of the device they wish to purchase comply with the recommended device criteria.
ACTIVE MOBILITY BILL
The Active Mobility Bill was passed in Parliament on 10 January 2017. It puts the recommendations by the Active Mobility Advisory Panel in effect.
Active mobility advisory panel
The Active Mobility Advisory Panel was comissioned in July 2015 to develop a clear and consistent set of rules and a code of conduct for the safe and harmonious use of paths.
The Panel is led by Parliamentary Secretary A/Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, and has 14 members representing many key stakeholders, such as seniors, youth, cyclists, motorists, users of Personal Mobility Devices.
The Government has accepted in full the Recommendations on Rules and Code of Conduct for Cycling and the Use of Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs), submitted by the Active Mobility Advisory Panel on 17 March 2016.