23 Dec '11, 2am

Why the negativity against cyclists in Singapore? Perhaps the cyclists are to blame, this reader says

I REFER to the letter "Time to change negative attitude towards cycling" (Dec 19). Perhaps we should ask why there is a negative attitude towards cycling in Singapore because if the right problem is not identified, the appropriate solution would never be found. Look at the attitude of cyclists here. The majority cycle with a devil-may-care attitude, a blatant disregard for traffic rules and without consideration for pedestrians. As I drive daily, I often come across cyclists who zoom past a red light or do not signal their intention to change lanes. On occasion, I come across cyclists riding against traffic. Many cyclists ride on pedestrian walkways, which is illegal except in Tampines, and do not dismount and push their bicycles in areas where they are required to do so, such as on overhead bridges and underpasses. At zebra crossings, I have yet to see even one cyclist do...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Voices/EDC111223-0000036/Cycli...

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