... SIGNS on popular cycling routes
Also, signs are more economical to put up than proper bike lanes.
May I suggest other places to put up these magical signs, like the entire Hougang Ave 3 and Jalan Eunos stretch and the Katong area. While cycling enthusiasts may not use those roads for training, there is the other kind of cycling person called the foreign worker and I feel they need protection too. They are not training or enthused about cycling in itself, but just interested in getting from point A to point B safely.
SINGAPORE : Beginning August 18, more signs will be put up along roads in the central and western parts of Singapore to warn motorists of the presence of cyclists.
The roads, which include Kranji Way, Upper Thomson Road and West Coast Highway, are popular with cycling enthusiasts who often use them for training.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) - which spearheads the project along with local interest group, the Safe Cyclists Task Force - believes this will make the roads safer for the two-wheelers, and get more people cycling.
Last October, it conducted a successful pilot in Changi