In Singapore, it is convenient to utilise a folding bike as you commute with public transport. MRTs here are folding-bike friendly and this method of travel can help lessen your commute time!
Before heading out, you should make a few preparations. First, decide on your route so you know where you're going before you get onto the saddle.
Combining different forms of transport, think about the best way to get to your destination in terms of time and distance.
Things to think about:
- Are there any park connectors or cycling lanes on your route?
- If you're taking a car: Where and when will you park it to minimise car park charges and heavy traffic? Can you easily set off on your bike from the car park?
- If you're taking public transport: Which stop will you catch the bus or train from? How long does it take for you to arrive there by bike?
Pro-tip: When fully folded, all Tilt folding bikes, conform to LTA requirements to be no larger than 120x70x40cm when bringing them onboard buses and trains.