Facebook users respond to the report, “Govt fully accepts active mobility panel’s recommendations, will roll them out in early 2019”, saying that all users of shared paths have shared responsibilities, while others point out that there are still gaps when it comes to enforcement of rules for riders and users of personal mobility devices (PMDs).
"I didn't think too much of it at the time and left soon after," said Mr Wang. "But just 10 days later the battery of the scooter became faulty and could not be charged.\
An unnamed neighbour was quoted as saying that she saw more than 60 e-scooters being moved into the unit last week.
"Recently, there have been more and more reports of fires caused by e-scooters, and I am worried that if a fire breaks out, there will be dire consequences," she said.
Reduce speed limits on footpaths, make it compulsory for cyclists to wear helmets on roads: Panel By FARIS MOKHTAR TODAY file photo Among the recommendations put up by the Active Mobility Advisory Panel include lowering the speed limit on footpaths for active mobility riders from the current 15kmh to 10kmh to give riders more reaction time to prevent accidents, and to reduce severity of injuries when accidents do occur. Read more here: https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/panel-proposes-cutting-active-mobility-riders-speed-limit-footpaths-10kmh-mandating-use