A map of the Coastal Adventure Corridor. Photo: National Parks Board
The Coastal Adventure Corridor, which is the 1st section of a 150-km continuous park connector, will feature wider tracks than those found in most park connectors. It will stretch from Rower’s Bay at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park through to Gardens by the Bay, winding through the coasts of Punggol, Pasir Ris, Changi and East Coast Park.
Works on this 60km corridor are set to start by the end of this year, with a tender to be called soon.
This will be the first of three corridors to be developed along the Round Island Route, and it will have a new cycling bridge linking the eastern and western ends of the Sengkang Riverside Park, a key activity node along the route.
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Nice pictorial on the Singapore Round island route
I get asked alot on the progress of cycling and routes in Singapore. This is a great image to see easily whats in the horizon. More in detail from URA below: