Expressways in Singapore are dedicated roads that enable motorists to travel at high speeds from one urban area to another without traffic lights or traffic junctions. They are designed with wide dual carriageways and multiple lanes in each direction.
Construction on the first expressway, the Pan Island Expressway, started in 1966. Other expressways were built and opened progressively in stages, with the Marina Coastal Expressway being the most recent to open, in 2013.
All open expressways have a maximum speed limit of 90km/h, and between 70km/h and 80km/h in expressway tunnels. Pedestrians, personal mobility devices (PMDs) and selected vehicles are not allowed on expressways.
List of Expressways
There are currently ten expressways in operation, spanning at 160km.
- Ayer Rajah Expressway
- Bukit Timah Expressway
- Central Expressway
- East Coast Parkway
- Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway
- Kranji Expressway
- Marina Coastal Expressway
- North-South Corridor (to be completed in 2026)
- Pan Island Expressway
- Seletar Expressway
- Tampines Expressway
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