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  1. SINGAPORE - Roads accessible only to public buses could make an appearance here in future as part of efforts to improve bus speeds, in line with the 2040 Land Transport Master Plan. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said on Saturday (May 25) it intends to progressively introduce transit priority corridors - areas where public transport is emphasised - across the island, beginning in the 2020s. The LTA said it is now studying existing and future roads - including in areas such as Robinson Road and Loyang, as well as Woodlands North Coast, Tengah and Jurong Lake District - where initiatives such as giving buses priority at junctions with traffic signals and bus-only lanes can be introduced. National University of Singapore transport analyst Lee Der-Horng said that the development of bus-only roads may encourage more people to take the bus, though he questioned how such a system would affect other road users. "Given the limited road space, do we have this kind of luxury to have bus-only roads? This will require very careful planning," he said, adding however their introduction would be easier in new towns such as Tengah. The LTA said it is working with industry experts to deploy smart solutions to help buses move more quickly. "These include smarter traffic light control systems that can detect the presence of vehicles and pedestrians," it noted. The authority added that data from navigation satellite systems and artificial intelligence-based predictive analytics could also be used to optimise traffic light timings. Only one corridor prioritising buses currently exists - at Bencoolen Street. Two years ago (2017), three of its four road lanes were converted to provide for a bus lane, a cycling path and a wider pedestrian walkway. The 21.5km North-South Corridor - which will stretch from Woodlands to the city centre when completed in 2026 - will be the longest such corridor with dedicated bus lanes, the LTA said. It said this will allow bus commuters to shave up to 15 minutes off their journeys. Transit priority corridors could also feature dedicated cycling paths, running alongside bus lanes. To improve first and last-mile connectivity, the Republic will have more than 1,000km of cycling paths islandwide by 2040. The authority also intends to add to the nine existing integrated transport hubs, where bus interchanges are integrated with malls, to provide commuters access to amenities as well as greater connections between buses and trains. Three such hubs - at Bidadari, Buangkok and Punggol North - are under construction. There are also plans to build other integrated hubs at locations such as Beauty World, Bedok South, Hougang, Jurong East, Marina South, Pasir Ris, Tampines North and Tengah. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/bus-only-roads-a-possibility-in-move-to-speed-up-bus-travel-lta
  2. ya hahahahaahaha. Also there a few shop there to check pricing
  3. 10sec. all i need to choose is drink those nv see before
  4. in the end i choose this. A&W zero Cherry vanilla
  5. SINGAPORE - Shoppers have only one day left to get their hands on deals for gadgets, television monitors and mobile phone plans at the Consumer Electronics Exhibition. The four-day event, which ends Sunday (May 26), is held at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. There are about 200 booths, featuring vendors such as Aftershock, Creative and Philips. Visitors can also participate in gaming competitions, or trade in old gadgets such as laptops for cash vouchers that can be used at the exhibition. Over the first three days, crowds formed long queues to try out the recently released Google Pixel 3a smartphones or sign up for an air-conditioning subscription service from Courts. For a flat fee, the subscription covers regular maintenance and cleaning, unlimited service calls and complimentary replacements for unit breakdowns. The fourth edition of the event is organised by Exhibits Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sphere Exhibits, which is the events and exhibitions arm of Singapore Press Holdings.
  6. today go sls take picture for my quiet com area series. such a pity. one the saddest picture i taken as last time i used to love to go there. then walk walk to wholesaler (bencoolen there) to buy some dry goods then walk to suntec for CEE
  7. Supermaket A Supermarket B The shop i go for ALL my toiletries