Expressways of Singapore


The expressways of Singapore enable the motorists to make their journey more quickly while traveling from one urban area to the other. The special roads are blessed with dual carriageways featuring grade-separated access. There are eight expressways in Singapore and the ninth one is still under construction. The Pan Island Expressway is considered to be the first expressway in Singapore and the construction was completed in the year 1966. Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway is still under construction and the pending work is expected to be completed by 2008.

The expressways of Singapore have no traffic lights and the slip roads connect an expressway with another road.

Pedestrians, bicycles and learner drivers are not allowed to move in the expressways. 90 Km/h is the usual speed limit and the speed cameras are found present in the expressways to enforce these limits on the motorists. Pan Island Expressway is the longest expressway in Singapore. Our site focussingapore offers detailed information about the expressways of Singapore. Browse through the various links of the page to collect more information on expressways of Singapore.

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