18 Jun '11, 2am

C/ref earlier tweet: Motorists can be banned from entering Singapore if they're caught honking incessantly.

In my opinion, the authority took the easy way out to solve this honking problem, i.e., to fine/ban them. This did not solve the root of the problem. The main reason motorist honk excessively is because of major jam everyday (twice) for average of 1.5 hours each way. Accumulatively over long period, one would honk at the slightest provocation at other motorists or perhaps to the immigration officers to open up more counters or to speed up. On the other hand, i am sure the authority is trying their best to ensure our safety is not compromise. There's no easy solution to this but i am sure the authority will come up with high tech solution to show the world that we can move people with great efficiency without compromising security. Time will tell.

Full article: http://forums.asiaone.com/showthread.php?t=11763

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