New cycling paths will be built on Bukit Batok, Clementi, Jurong West and Queenstown in Singapore under the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) Islandwide Cycling Network (ICN) programme. 

Construction works will commence in phases after the completion of the feasibility studies. Work on the paths is expected to be completed by 2024. On completion, residents will have improved active mobility connectivity to key amenities like transport nodes, shopping malls and neighbourhood centres in Boon Lay, Nanyang, Pioneer, West Coast and Dover.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has called a tender for the construction of the new paths. Additionally, LTA will use low-carbon concrete in place of conventional concrete and glass fibre-reinforced polymer in place of steel rebars, which have lower carbon footprints.

By 2030, the cycling network will span 1,300 km under the ICN programme.