Reduce the impact of the Cross Island Line on wildlife

Cut by MP Louis Ng for Ministry of Transport’s Committee of Supply debate 2020 Reduce the impact of the Cross Island Line on wildlife There is no doubt that the Cross Island Line is needed and I also have no doubt that we can reduce its impact on our biodiversity. People are concerned that the clearance and construction work at work site (A1W1) will have a major impact in breaking up wildlife habitats. It would mean that tree-dwelling animals like the Raffles’ banded langurs might not be able to get from one forest patch to another and this will threaten their survival.....

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Noisy Vehicles along Yishun Ave 1 and Street 51

Parliamentary Question by Er. Dr Lee Bee Wah on 18 Feb 2020 To ask the Minister for Home Affairs (a) in the last three years, how many complaints has the Traffic Police received about noisy vehicles; (b) how many of these pertain to Nee Soon South; (c) whether there are adequate speed cameras installed in the areas; and (d) whether the Traffic Police will step up enforcement along Yishun Avenue 1 and Yishun Street 51 especially on Friday and Saturday nights.....

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Integrate use of bicycles with public transit network, building bicycle freeways

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC, at the Second Reading of the Active Mobility (Amendment) Bill (Bill No. 3/2020) and the Shared Mobility Enterprises (Control and Licensing) Bill (Bill No. 2/2020) Introduction Sir, I stand in support of the two Bills. The past five years have proven a challenge in our nation’s march towards active mobility. I am happy to say these Bills reflect some lessons we have learned along the way.....

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Support for minimum age and qualifying assessment for PMD riders

SPEECH BY ER DR LEE BEE WAH, MP FOR NEE SOON GRC, AT THE SECOND READING OF THE ACTIVE MOBILITY (AMENDMENT) BILL IN PARLIAMENT Mr Speaker Sir First of all, I wish to commend Minister for the e-scooter footpath ban which came into effect on 5 Nov last year. Since then, I have received fewer complaints from residents about reckless riders, and my residents have generally expressed support for the ban. I am pleased to note that other motorised mobility devices like electric hoverboards and unicycles will also be banned from footpaths progressively by March.....

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