Connecting People, Places & Possibilities At SG Mobility Gallery

Connecting People, Places & Possibilities At SG Mobility Gallery
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The Connecting People, Places & Possibilities exhibition is located within SG Mobility Gallery at Land Transport Authority’s Hampshire Road campus.


Transport Connectivity in the Future

The exhibition looks into the future, providing a glimpse into Singapore’s land connectivity that is in the works. It offers a chance to learn about innovations in land transport systems and Singapore’s plans to shift towards being a car-lite society.

To set the scene for the future, the Connecting People, Places & Possibilities exhibition opens with a look back at land transport systems of the past. This stretches all the way back to the 1971 concept plan which laid out the blueprint for urban development in Singapore.

Past transport networks


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One section of the exhibition features watercolour artworks by Cultural Medallion recipient Ong Kim Seng. The watercolours capture scenes from the past, such as the KTM train chugging down the railway line.

Transport Networks of the Future

There are panel displays which show plans for various towns and neighbourhoods around Singapore. These range from new districts such as Tengah to transforming mature estates like Ang Mo Kio.

Game table

The exhibition also has an interactive Transport Planner game table. Try managing the land transport network, either in solo mode or with three others.


Visiting Connecting People, Places & Possibilities

Admission to the Connecting People, Places & Possibilities exhibition at the SG Mobility Gallery is free. However, preregistration three working days in advance is required to visit the gallery.

The exhibition takes place from 27 April to 29 October 2021.


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