Singapore’s excellent public transport has always been ranked one of the best in the world. Despite being just a tiny red dot in the map, the Authorities have constantly make improvements to our transport infrastructure to ensure that residents enjoy the ultimate travelling experience.
The Braddell Flyover is one of the latest road connections that will be operating soon to ease the congestion along Braddell Road. in the About four years ago, the construction of the Braddell Flyover started however, it faced many delays.
After years of hard work and the delays the Braddell Flyover is now going to be inaugurated on June 2. This enormous flyover will be connecting the motorists of the Lorong 6 Toa Payoh to the Braddell Flyover. This delay has favored the public because the size of the Braddell Flyover has been increased from 3 lanes to 5 lanes which mean that it would be easy to control the traffic.
No joint traffic
The Braddell Flyover is the biggest advantage that the government could provide to the public. It will allow them to directly reach their destination, as there would be no need to connect Bishan Street and the CTE.
- Now the motorist will not have to slow down to reach Braddell because all they have to do is travel in the right lane
- They can also use the old flyover according to their requirements
- The traffic will become smooth on the lanes for different destinations and so it will reduce the risk of accidents
In order to accomplish the traffic improvement scheme, the dividers in the Braddell Flyover will be demolished. This reconfiguration will be confirmed once the flyover is opened for the public, as it will give the perfect idea about how they need to control everything.
Peace of mind
One of the biggest benefits that the motorist could enjoy from the construction of the Braddell Flyover is that they will not be stuck in the traffic jam. There would be no lane closure or slow moving traffic that might be the cause of their delay to an event or meeting.
The webpage link above will give you more info on the new braddell flyover.