Expunction of Portion of Canning Rise
21 Nov 2018
From Thursday, 3 January 2019, at 12 am, a portion of the one-way Canning Rise will be expunged to create seamless connectivity between Fort Canning Park’s Farquhar Garden and Fort Canning Green, and a pedestrian friendly environment within the park. The portion of the road to be expunged starts after the Registry of Marriages to before the National Museum of Singapore’s coach drop off bay.
Motorists can access National Museum of Singapore’s coach drop off and Fort Canning Park Carparks A & B via Canning Walk. Access to the National Archives Singapore, Singapore Philatelic Museum, Singapore Management University School of Law and the Registry of Marriages via Canning Rise is not affected.
The expunged street ceases to be a public street with effect from the same date.
There will be directional and information signs to guide motorists prior to the road closure and during construction works. Information will also be disseminated via the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) OneMotoring website.
Please refer to the map in the annex for more information.
Map showing portion of Canning Rise to be expunged (pedestrianised section)