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    Commentary: What will it take to make Singapore truly car-lite?

    COVID-19 has allowed us to rethink how we live, work and play. It is time to think about how we get around too, says SUTD’s Samuel Chng.
  2. Man riding a personal mobility device (PMD) on a pedestrian footpath in Singapore

    Commentary: Can we co-exist with PMDs? Yes, but we need to take a different path

    The move to regulate and ban PMDs from void decks and corridors shouldn’t miss out on the bigger picture: We should be doing our utmost to enable ...
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    Commentary: Kyoto, car-lite city of the future

    The Japanese city has shown huge progress moving towards low emission alternatives and fewer cars, say two observers.
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    Commentary: As reality dawns on consumers, time to question if private-hire cars advance our car-lite drive

    The best way to approach promotional fares is to enjoy it while it lasts and not be unduly disappointed or alarmed when the situation normalises, ...
  5. People at HDB Hub

    Commentary: Vehicle growth rate cut may lead to increase in housing prices in some areas

    The cut in the vehicle growth rate may see a rise in COE prices but transport policymakers should not ignore the potential impact on housing, say ...
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    Commentary: Car or car-less? All depends on the parents

    With transport options getting more family-friendly and hassle-free, owning a car makes no sense, says a mother of three.
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    Commentary: Hard to be a car-lite society without a reliable MRT system

    MRT delays and breakdowns can impact Singapore’s long-term goal to become car-lite, says the National University of Singapore’s Diao Mi.