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Join in a fun-filled day of activities with your friends and family at the upcoming Car-Free Sunday SG on 31 July. Walk, jog, or cycle around the Central Business District and the Civic District to experience our city in a whole new way! We will flag off at 8am in front of National Gallery steps!

Car-Free Sunday SG turns part of our city into a pedestrian and cyclist friendly precinct and creates a 5 km route of closed roads in the heart of the city. It is part of the larger movement towards a car-lite Singapore, envisioning our city with fewer cars.

Car-Free Sunday SG takes place on the last Sunday of every month, with exciting line ups of activities for each edition!

We have also launched a “Decorate your Rides” contest!  We look forward to seeing your creative entries at Car-Free Sunday SG on 31 July!

Take your best shot of yourself with your decorated ride and post it on our Facebook event page so we can spot them immediately!

 

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Road closures

In response to public feedback, the duration and route for the road closure for Car-Free Sunday SG have been extended and will take place rain or shine. However, our lineup of activities may be suspended in the event of  heavy rain or lightning. Please come prepared and don’t forget to bring your sunscreen, ponchos and water bottles to stay hydrated! Follow the #CarFreeSundaySG Event Page on Facebook to get the latest updates.

For walkers, joggers and cyclists

Roads

Closure period

Shenton Way
Robinson Road
Fullerton Road

7.30am – 10am

St Andrew’s Road
Stamford Road
Esplanade Drive

7:30am – 12pm


For drivers

Roads

Closure Period

Shenton Way
Robinson Road
Fullerton Road

6am - 11:15am

St Andrew’s Road
Stamford Road
Esplanade Drive

6am - 12:30pm

Connaught Drive

6am - 7pm

 

We hope you will take public transport or cycle to the event. Find out more about SMRT and SBS Transit’s bus diversions.  

 

Cycling options

If you are planning to cycle from home, here are some suggested routes you can try:

LTA and Love Cycling SG have set up a “bike-to-work” buddy programme where you can register to cycle in to the city with more experienced cyclists.  More information are available on Love Cycling SG’s Facebook page.

 

See you at #CarFreeSundaySG !