Bicycling within a Comprehensive Transport Plan,
to Solving Traffic Congestion
Dr Lim Mah Hui, Address to MPPP Council Meeting, October 25, 2013
We must start to draw up a bicycle strategy, policy and plan and this must be integrated into town planning. It should be coherent, not piece-meal and ad hoc. It must be bottom-up and not just top-down, i.e., the bicyclists must be intimately involved in the planning. The plan must include a budget
Proposal for discussion in Focus Groups – 27 September 2013
“If you can’t measure it you can’t manage it”. That is true when it comes to transportation reform as anywhere else. So in order to reinforce the move toward sustainable transport what should be the one thing we decide to commit for measure?
Too many too ambitious targets and we are lost. So let’s simplify and concentrate. What about picking one keystone project to be committed and implemented by the highest levels of state government and making that a major program supported by a vigorous public information open data program for citizen inspection and confirmation?