Kallang River rejuvenation

There is an ongoing exhibition at URA showcasing opportunities to rejuvenate the 10km long river and its surrounding areas. Potentially, there is an opportunity to develop another 100,000 residential units along both sides of the Kallang River over the next 20 years. URA is also planning to improve accessibility by providing an uninterrupted route along the river for pedestrians, joggers and cyclists. URA plans to enhance Kallang Basin as a sports and recreational venue, developing the area around the Sports Hub to cater to people with different interests, ages and abilities. Facilities planned include running trails, a new football hub and free-to-play courts.

Sources: The Business TimesToday Online

This bridge could allow joggers and cyclists to cross the PIE conveniently
The bridge could allow joggers and cyclists to cross the PIE conveniently
Kampong Bugis will be developed into an attractive residential precinct that is car-lite, people-centric and sustainable
Kampong Bugis will be developed into an attractive residential precinct that is car-lite, people -centric and sustainable
Kallang Distripark could potentially be redeveloped to include housing, park and recreational spaces.jpg
Kallang Distripark could potentially be redeveloped to include housing, park and recreational spaces
Kallang Industrial Estate will be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use precinct with opportunities for new industrial developments, and will include a pedestrian and cycling network.jpg
Kallang Industrial Estate will be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use precinct with opportunities for new industrial developments, will include pedestrian and cycling network.
Kallang River ST.jpg
Infographic – courtesy of ST

 

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