Most Beautuful Highway in Singapore of Asia


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Highway Network Singapore allows the driver to move quickly from one municipality in Singapore. All highways in Singapore are of the twin roads to reach the isolation level through the interchange. Every highway in Singapore has 6 lanes but it also has 8 lanes to accommodate high traffic flow.

In Singapore, the highway network is categorized into two expressways and semi-express highway. There are 11 expressways include the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway partially completed, Marina Coastal Expressway to be built in 2008 and the North-South Expressway approved construction began in 2008. expressways in Singapore is the first Whole Island Highway, built in in 1966. All highways in Singapore built, operated and maintained by the Singapore Land Transport Authority. limit the speed of the express highway is 90 km/h, but there are a few places that still apply the old speed limit of 80 km/h the rate high traffic.

The Marina Coastal Expressway is the second newest expressway in the motorway network in Singapore. Central Expressway is a highway that connects the center of the city of Singapore with residential areas to the north such as Toa Payoh, Bishan and Ang Mo Kio and further towards Seletar Expressway and Tampines Expressway.

The first stage of the highway began as two separate parts: the direction of Seletar to Bukit Timah Road, and the second from Chin Swee Road in Chinatown to Ayer Rajah Expressway in Radin Mas. The second part involves the construction of two highway tunnels through the built-up area, including the Singapore River, Fort Canning Park and Orchard Road. CTE tunnel is the only subway in Singapore before the construction of the Fort Canning Tunnel and Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway which opened in 2007.

Since CTE is the only direct access highway that connects the city center with residential areas to the north, CTE more likely to suffer from traffic congestion compared to other highways in Singapore. The latest attempt by the government to reduce congestion on the highways are steps Singapore Land Transport Authority to extend the electronic toll ERP up to 8.00 pm starting August 1st 2005. This is the first time the ERP toll charged during the night because of the toll highway ERP in Singapore only in the afternoon only.

North-South or North-South Expressway is highway 11 and the latest in network highway Singapore. The announcement of the construction of the highway was released on January 30th 2008 as part of the review process of the transport network Singapore by the Singapore Land Transport Authority. 21 km of the highway would cost a total of S $ 7 to S $ 8 million per 100m, when fully completed in 2020 and connects the East Coast Park Expressway to the north of Singapore.

As more information regarding the alignment of the route to be constructed has not been announced, some indication of the range of estimates already derived earlier in Singapore Concept Plan 2001 by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore. The alignment may include from Admiralty Road West in the north of Singapore and further south along the promenade Gambas, Sembawang Road, along Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Road, Bukit Timah Road and Ophir Road before merging with the western part of the East Coast Park Expressway (ECP) in Benjamin Sheares Bridge (after the ECP from the bridge to the Ayer Rajah Expressway downgraded to normal road). Along the highway, interchanges with other highways of the Seletar Expressway, Highway Whole Island and Central Expressway.

West Coast Expressway is a road leading in Singapore that meghubungkan Industrial Area of Jurong and Clementi New Town towards the city center. It is a road with a flat junction and the junction of Jalan Pandan Lingkara West Coast to the junction of Pasir Panjang where it passes through the bridge ; viaduct is met with Keppel Road before crossing Ayer Rajah Expressway. The total length of the highway is 11 km. The bridge is newer than the rest of the flat junction, completed in 2006.

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