LTA DOUBLE STANDARDS PART 2: RICH MAN CAN ANYHOW PARK?

My neighbour along Merryn Road decided to free up his porch by parking his fleet of 3 cars on the pavement.

People in the estate, young and old, use this pavement to walk. Now they are being obstructed by this inconsiderate rich man who thinks he owns the entire place.

When I’m out walking the dog, it means I have to step onto the road which is dangerous, or cross to the other side to continue. What if a young child steps out onto the road because of this obstruction and gets knocked down by a car?

I suspect that they have connections because after writing to LTA, no action has been taken. So even in Singapore here its who knows you not who you know.

Richard
A.S.S. Contributor

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