Janil Puthucheary on Active Mobility (Amendment) Bill and Shared Mobility Enterprises (Control and Licensing) Bill

February 2020

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Janil Puthucheary on Active Mobility (Amendment) Bill and Shared Mobility Enterprises (Control and Licensing) Bill

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There will be stiffer penalties if you breach the rules for electric scooters, electric bicycles and other active mobility devices. Motorised personal mobility devices will be banned from footpaths from April. If you are under 16, you can only ride e-scooters on public paths with adult supervision. E-scooter and e-bike users have to pass an online theory test. Senior Minister of State for Transport Janil Puthucheary outlined the proposed changes under the Active Mobility (Amendment) Bill, as well as the Shared Mobility Enterprises (Control and Licensing) Bill, in Parliament on Tuesday (Feb 4).

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