Inclusive Transport Infrastructure



Our transport infrastructure is designed with inclusive features to cater to groups with different mobility needs such as the elderly, persons with disabilities and families with young children.


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.






Safer roads for seniors and students

Silver Zones - Residential areas with a high proportion of seniors have been designated as Silver Zones, requiring motorists to lower their speeds when driving in these areas. Silver Zones typically have a reduced speed limit of 40km/h. Other features include additional crossing points and lanes with reduced width to slow down traffic. As of 2021, there are 22 Silver Zones. Twenty-eight more will be added progressively by 2025 which will bring the total number of Silver Zones to 50.


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Learn more about Silver Zones.


School Zones - Implemented island-wide, these zones remind motorists of the presence of school-going children in the area with safety measures, including traffic signs, road humps and road markings been put in place.


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