speeds on the highway

If you have been inspired by the movie “Fast & Furious”, don’t try any racing moves on Singapore highways or you will soon find yourself without a driving licence. There are a number of speed cameras along the highways, as well as traffic police driving 1,000cc motorbikes or Subaru WRXs ready to chase you down the road.

Also, ither sources report that speed traps are being used, in the following areas.


1. PIE towards airport near Toa Payoh exit, tripod mounted speed camera at the pedestrian overhead bridge – 90km/h;
2. PIE towards jurong near adam road exit, tripod mounted speed camera over at Adam Road flyover – 90km/h;
3. Braddell Road after Bishan Junction towards CTE, tripod mounted speed camera at the pedestrian overhead bridge – 60/kmh;
4. Queensway towards Bukit Merah, tripod mounted speed camera under tree before Ridout McDonalds – 60km/h;
5. Spot along Upper Bukit Timah Rd towards Woodlands Rd, tripod mounted speed camera under tree after a curve turn – 60km/h.

FINE: $170 and 8 demerit points.

drop off someone at or near the bus stop

LTA has contracted 6 traffic wardens from a private company at S$34,000 annually to take down the licence plate numbers, make and colour of vehicles that intrude into bus lanes during peak hours. They are incognito with cameras, so don’t be surprised if you are summoned though there are no Traffic Police around.


Here are some of the “danger zones” provided from a other sources.

1. Eunos Link
2. Hougang Ave 3
3. Jurong Town Hall Rd
4. Lorong Chuan
5. Orchard Rd
6. Upper Serangoon Rd
7. Upper Thomson Rd
8. Yishun Ave 2

FINE: S$130 for dropping someone off at or near the bus stop.