Public Transport

From 1 June 2017, commuters can continue to carry foldable bicycles and personal mobility devices on board public transport at all hours of the day. This follows a six-month trial conducted by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and public transport operators, and is part of LTA’s Walk Cycle Ride strategy to encourage more people to adopt active mobility for the first and last mile of their public transport commutes. The key rule to remember is the maximum allowable dimension of your PMD:

Length 120cm x Height 70cm x Width 40cm

SMRT has placed templates around their stations which makes it convenient for you to determine if your scooter is suitable to be taken on board. Take note that public transport operators have the right to refuse entry or even fine you if your scooter exceeds these limits or you refuse to fold it.

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Refer to this educational poster for all key rules and guidelines.