Inclusive Transport Infrastructure



Our transport infrastructure is designed with inclusive features to cater to various road users. 


Pedestrian Facilities

Roads and pavements are designed to be barrier-free to allow groups with different mobility levels to move about safely and conveniently in public.





Friendly Streets 

LTA will be piloting the Friendly Streets initiative to make our neighbourhoods more inclusive and pedestrian-friendly, and to foster more gracious behaviours in our communities. There will also be more greenery and opportunities for the community to co-create and to make it their own. 

For a start, Friendly Streets will be piloted in Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Batok West, Tampines, Toa Payoh, and West Coast. Friendly Streets will build on our existing efforts and initiatives such as Silver Zones, School Zones, Transit Priority Corridors, and road repurposing.


Safer roads for seniors and students

Silver Zones - Residential areas with a high proportion of seniors have been designated as Silver Zones with a reduced speed limit of 30km/h to 40km/h. Other features include additional crossing points and lanes with reduced width to slow down traffic. As of 2022, 27 Silver Zones have been implemented. 23 more will progressively be completed by 2025.


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Learn more about Silver Zones.


School Zones - Areas with the presence of school-going children have been designated as School Zones with safety measures, including traffic signs, road humps and road markings.


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