REVIEW OF REGULATIONS FOR CARGO BICYCLES, CARGO TRICYCLES, RIDER-ONLY TRICYCLES AND RECUMBENTS ON PATHS AND ROADS
SG SPOKES is so proud of Singapore for this momentous step. It is a long journey to introduce a new modality and culture to a rapidly changing urban ecosystem and we applaud all the advocates, active mobility experts and urban planning professionals that came together to stir up some movement to expand the classifications of bicycles to include cargo bikes , Trikes, and recumbents.
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Local Bike Advocacy Projects
Creating cycling ecosystems
Through place-making, direct action , and collaboration , SPOKES has incubated bike culture, influenced transportation policy, and incubate advocacy teams that contribute to planning and implementation of national, regional, and hyper local cycle infrastructure and strategies.
Park Connector Network
National Parks Board
The Park Connector Network (PCN) of Singapore is an island-wide network of linear green corridors linking major parks and nature areas across Singapore. With more than 300km of trails, the PCN presents a diverse palette of recreational green opportunities, provides avid outdoor enthusiasts with enhanced accessibility to nature spaces across the island, and serve to enhance ecological connectivity between our natural habitats.
Urban Redeveopment Authority
To support Singapore's car-lite vision and enhance our city's liveability, we aim to make walking, cycling, and riding public transport a way of life. We work closely with the Land Transport Authority (LTA) to develop good practices for active mobility infrastructure.
With the support of developers, we can improve the experience for active mobility modes, such as by providing better connected cycling networks, more bicycle parking and end-trip facilities, and creating clear and easily understood wayfinding systems.
Singapore Greenplan 2030
Singapore is looking at ways to raise trips taken on mass public transport from 64% to 75% by 2030. Meanwhile, Singapoer will encourage walking, cycling and active mobility by expanding our cycling network from 460 km to around 1,320 km by then.