LTA and TP clamp down on errant cyclists to 'drill home the message of safe cycling'

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The Land Transport Authority (LTA) and Traffic Police (TP) clamped down on errant cyclists in a joint enforcement operation over the weekend.

The operation, which focused on active mobility users, took place at multiple locations across Singapore.

LTA said in a Facebook post on Sunday (April 18): "From the Ayer Rajah Expressway and West Coast Highway to Bukit Timah and Tanah Merah Coast Road, we took the opportunity to drill home the message of safe cycling and took errant cyclists to task.

"While most were law abiding, we did find 16 cyclists who rode on the road without helmets, and another 16 for beating the red light. Two also rode against the flow of traffic."

Reminding users to abide by road safety rules, LTA added: "Cycling is a great way to keep fit while exploring Singapore.

"We are happy to see that more are taking up this environmentally-friendly way of commuting but do keep safety in mind at all times while on the roads.

"Abide by the rules and exercise consideration and graciousness to keep everyone safe!"


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Posted by Land Transport Authority – We Keep Your World Moving on Sunday, 18 April 2021