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How many traffic lights are there in Singapore?

But it’s interesting to know 2,185 traffic lights guide our taxi drivers home safely every day, keep our roads in order, and manage our pedestrians. Known for being one of the safest countries in the world, Singapore never sees its streets in darkness, thanks to almost 100,000 street lamps that light up our roads.

Can we cycle on expressway in Singapore?

Bicycles, PMAs and non-motorised PMDs, such as manual kick-scooters, can be used on footpaths. Only cyclists and PAB riders are allowed to ride on roads, except for expressways and road tunnels. Under the Road Traffic Act, it is mandatory for cyclists and PAB riders to wear a helmet when riding on roads.

What does SLE stand for in Singapore?

The Seletar Expressway (Abbreviation: SLE) is a highway in Singapore that traverses the northern end of the island and joins the Central Expressway (CTE) and Tampines Expressway (TPE) in Seletar to the Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) in Kranji.

How much is the fine for not paying ERP?

Paying ERP charges



If you do not have an IU, there is a penalty of $70.00 for each operating ERP gantry you drive through. The IU in each vehicle communicates with the ERP gantry to deduct the ERP charge. You can install your IU at any LTA-Authorised Inspection Centre (AIC) at a cost of $155.80.

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Where are the speed cameras in Singapore?

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Type of speed camera Location Latitude
Police Speed Laser Cameras Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 towards Upper Thomson Road 1.364797
Police Speed Laser Cameras Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 towards Buangkok Green 1.378538
Police Speed Laser Cameras Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 towards Yio Chu Kang Road 1.378424

What is the difference between highway and expressway?

A highway is a generic term given to roadways that are used to connect important cities, and usually have 4 lanes to provide for high speed traffic. An expressway is a highway with partial access and extra facilities like access ramps and lane dividers.

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