Oh by the way, you cannot make cars expensive and the usage expensive too. If I buy a car at our ridiculous Singapore prices, I am going to use that sucker every chance I get. Nobody is going to let his expensive car sit at home depreciating.
Meanwhile, instead of making roads safer for cyclists, the authorities continue to flog the Tampines footpath project. Where cyclists have to ride slowly with pedestrians and dismount-and-push at bus stops and road crossings.
Bikes belong to the road not pedestrian walkways. Having volunteer wardens will not change that. Bikes are vehicular traffic, not slightly-faster pedestrians.
Neither are bicycles merely recreational objects that should be content with moving within the park connectors. Which, by the way, are called park disconnectors by some, because there are many bits that don't connect and cyclists have to carry their bikes across underground staircases and other obstacles.