27 Sep '11, 1am

New PAP regime at Potong Pasir promises a "F1 closer to home" experience for residents

New PAP regime at Potong Pasir promises a "F1 closer to home" experience for residents

A fence (above) has been put up in front of the blocks, but it is not to dampen noise. A resident suggested that a noise barrier semi-encasing the CTE, like the Sound Tube on the Tullamarine Freeway in Melbourne, could be erected. -- PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN, WIKIPEDIA COMMONS By Christopher Tan, Senior Correspondent Like many roadside properties, blocks 116 and 118 in Potong Pasir Avenue 1 can hardly be described as prime real estate. But the noise and dust from the nearby Central Expressway (CTE), which residents of these two blocks already put up with, is about to get worse. By the year's end, when work on widening the CTE is completed, traffic will be brought even nearer to their homes. In what has been a 3 1/2-year project to turn the CTE from a three-lane to a four-lane dual carriageway, viaducts and slip roads have been built to improve traffic flow at the entrances ...

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

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Gatai potong!

redmummy.com 27 Sep '11, 5am

ye, rambut aku memanglah pendek tapi sebabkan aku tak nak dok melanguk sakit pinggang tak buat apa, aku pun potong gak ram...