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‘KINGS’ OF THE ROADS HOG UP ENTIRE ONE WAY LANE

A netizen recently posted on social media an image of three cyclists riding on a road which is believed to be taken from inside a vehicle.

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A closer look at the photos provided by the netizen shows three cyclists managing a road bend by cycling beside one another instead of in a single file.

This angered the netizen who captioned his post as ‘The Grandfathers Road’, which is a phrase commonly used in Singapore/Singlish on errant motorists or pedestrians who use the road in a way where it belongs to their own grandfather and they can do whatever they like while on it.

Rules & Regulations on cycling on roads

Here are the rules and regulations of cycling on roads in Singapore related to what is seen in the picture by the netizen:

  • Cyclists should always ride as close as possible to the far left edge of roads, allowing traffic to overtake safely

Comments by netizens

Netizens who saw the posts gave their thoughts on the matter and here is what they have to say:

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  • Not grandfather road is kings of the roads.
  • They shld ride in single file. *PS, also not your grandfather road. Cheers
  • If weekends I’m still ok… but weekdays rush hours and peak hours also like that – end up slowing down traffic. Oh well.

Image source: Chen Yongsheng/Facebook

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