ENOCH, M.P., 2004. Managing transportation demand in Singapore. Traffic engineering and control, 45 (3), pp. 100-102
Singapore has long held a well deserved reputation for being at the cutting edge in the field
of managing the demand for car use. But in addition to the high profile policies of charging
for road use and rationing the number vehicle licences through a vehicle quota system, the
South East Asian city state has also been innovative with a number of supporting policies
too. In this article Marcus Enoch takes a more rounded look at the Singapore experience.