Some parts of Singapore will try out the "car free Sunday" plan
[global comprehensive report] according to Singapore's "Lianhe Zaobao" on December 29, the municipal districts and central business district, which have functions such as overload protection and extend along the Singapore River, will try out the "car free Sunday" plan from the beginning of 2016. Vehicles will be banned from passing on the morning of the last Sunday of each month, and the public can walk, run Cycling or other community activities
it is reported that the urban renewal authority plans to try out the six-month "car free Sunday" plan from February 28, 2016, and close the roads in the municipal district and the central business district on the morning of the last Sunday of each month
the road section around Padang in front of the government building will take the lead in the pilot plan. Roads around the grassland will be completely closed from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sundays, while nearby Fulton Road, Shanton road and luominshen road will be partially closed
after the road closure, these roads will become pedal lanes and footpaths, with a total length of about 4.7 kilometers. Some sections of Connaught drive and St. Andre road of Kangle C. are closed to traffic before 12 noon, so that people can be at ease. For Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd., the concept of mechanical experimental machine is a big vocabulary, walking and activities around the grassland in front of the government building
in line with the above plan, the National Parks Authority, the health promotion authority and Sport Singapore will hold community and large-scale sports activities near Binhai Park and Queen's Square
the Urban Construction Bureau and the park bureau have begun to consult relevant people about the road closure. The spokesman did not reveal the specific reduction of production capacity, and will try to provide alternative roads for affected businesses. When asked, the URA said, "this pilot plan is to move towards the goal of reducing car Lite, aiming to promote an active lifestyle and make the urban area more livable."