Singapore is at the forefront of innovation in terms of land transport. In a new master plan it sets out a vision for land transport for the next 20 years in response to a growing population and land constraints, and greater expectations and demand for mobility.
by Glenn van Zutphen
Singapore is becoming a magnet for research into the handling of mobility issues through collaborations between the public and private sectors. Good examples are the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), and TUM CREATE – a joint electromobility research project between Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University and Technische Universität Möźnchen (TUM).