We thank Ms Ng Suan Eng for her letter (Cyclists at Rail Corridor racing throughout bridges as a substitute of dismounting, April 1).
The enhancements to the Rail Corridor, together with the former railway bridges, goal to make the room more inclusive and obtainable for all readers.
Readers can now use the path for different recreational functions like jogging, cycling or to only just take a stroll to value the greenery and heritage constructions.
All people has a job to play in making certain that the Rail Corridor stays inclusive and secure as a shared place for all.
We remind all guests to adhere to safety rules and advisories when checking out the Rail Corridor, and to be gracious to fellow users.
Cyclists are reminded to experience safely and search out for other consumers along the trail. They must gradual down and give way to others, in particular at crowded areas, and dismount and thrust their bikes when approaching narrow stretches, these as alongside the outdated railway bridges.
Other people can also participate in their aspect, this kind of as staying attentive to their surroundings and offering way to quicker-shifting users.
Director, Central Character Reserve
Countrywide Parks Board
Teo Chong Yean
Urban Redevelopment Authority