News Singapore 

Motorcyclist taken to hospital after getting hit by car and run over by van on AYE

SINGAPORE – A 29-year-old motorcyclist was taken to hospital after she was run over by a van on the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) on Thursday (Jan 17). Footage of the incident shows a car colliding with the motorcycle on the rightmost lane of the expressway, apparently while trying to change lanes. The motorcyclist is knocked off her bike, which skids across three lanes. The impact also sends her sprawling into the path of a van, which appears to have swerved to avoid the car. Unable to stop in time, the…

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Singapore Customs 

19-year-old arrested for stealing motorcycles in Clementi, Jurong, Marsiling, Yishun

In one of the cases, a motorcycle was stolen from the open air carpark at Block 247, Yishun Avenue 9 on Tuesday (Sept 19).SCREENGRAB: GOOGLE MAPS  SINGAPORE – A 19-year-old man has been arrested for stealing motorcycles in a series of cases around the island, the police said on Friday (Sept 22). The thefts occurred in areas such as Clementi, Jurong, Marsiling and Yishun. In one of the cases, a motorcycle was stolen from the open air carpark at Block 247, Yishun Avenue 9 on Tuesday (Sept 19). After receiving…

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Asia Johor Bahru Maylasia 

Thousands of motorcyclists stuck at JB customs for 2nd day in a row due to MBIKE gantry malfunction

JOHOR BARU – Thousands of motorcyclists rushing to Singapore for work were stuck at the Johor Baru immigration checkpoint on Tuesday (Feb 21) after newly-implemented automated gantries malfunctioned for a second consecutive day. Swamps of motorcycles were stucked in snaking queues at the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complex early on Tuesday morning, Sin Chew Daily reported. The problem stems from a days-old automated gantry system called MBIKE, which was fully implemented on Feb 16. MBIKE was introduced to help reduce congestion at entry points between Malaysia…

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Cambodia News Phnom Penh 

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen eliminate driving licence A1

Motorbike drivers whose rides are 125cc or less will no longer need a licence, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday evening, in a decision that will mean the majority of Cambodian drivers will be exempt from taking a driving test. In what he called a January 7 “gift for the people”, the premier ordered government officials to amend the Traffic Law in response to public concern and after meetings with Interior Minister Sar Kheng, and the ministers of finance and transport. In a Facebook post at 7pm, the Hun Sen…

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