05 May '11, 5am

Use public transport or walk to polling stations on Saturday #SGelections

Use public transport or walk to polling stations on Saturday #SGelections

VOTERS are advised to take public transport or where possible, walk to their polling stations on Saturday. Police on Thursday also said that those who want to drive will not be allowed to park within the premises of polling stations located in places such as schools and community centres. For polling stations located in Housing Board void decks, the parking lots fronting the voting centres will be closed to facilitate polling activities. Drivers with season parking lots that are affected should park at adjacent public car parks. There will be special drop-off points at each polling stations for cars carrying the sick, infirm or disabled persons to cast their ballots. Drivers can approach the election officials or police officers on duty for help and direction. In addition, Connaught Drive (between Stamford Road and Fullerton Road) will be closed to vehicular traffic from 1...

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