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  1. StreetFight3r

    Code of conduct for pedestrians

    http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/keep-to-the-left-and-stay-alert-first-ever-code-of-conduct-for-pedestrians-kicks SINGAPORE - Pedestrians should stay off shared paths, stick to footpaths if possible and keep to the left unless they are overtaking another pedestrian. They should also refrain from using their mobile phones while walking on such paths for their own safety. These points were stated in the first-ever code of conduct here involving pedestrians, which is part of measures first proposed late last year by the Active Mobility Advisory Panel. The code of conduct for users of public paths had previously focused on device users, such as cyclists and e-scooter riders. The updated code of conduct kicked in this month, together with a new rule banning those under 16 from riding electric scooters unsupervised by adults. Another new rule bans device users from using their mobile phones while riding. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said on Tuesday (Aug 4) that the recommended habits for pedestrians will complement existing active mobility regulations and guidelines for other path users. "We will continue to engage and educate the public on how all can play a part in fostering a safer and more responsible path-sharing environment," said LTA. "A campaign encouraging all users to be more gracious on our paths will be rolled out at the end of the year." The code of conduct recommends these key points for pedestrians: stick to footpaths and pedestrian crossings when available beside shared paths, keep left on all paths, and stay alert when walking on paths. According to the code, pedestrians should stay alert and pay attention to their surroundings when on a footpath or shared path. They should also "refrain from using a mobile communication device or operating any of its communication or other functions - such as listening to music - in a manner as will prevent the pedestrian from detecting danger or oncoming obstacles". The various measures were proposed and introduced in response to a growing number of fires and accidents involving e-scooters last year. However, such issues have been reduced following a ban on e-scooters on footpaths, among other preventive measures. National University of Singapore transport infrastructure expert Raymond Ong said the code of conduct involving pedestrians makes sense from both a safety and an infrastructure perspective. "It makes more sense for pedestrians to keep on their paths for safety reasons... you also want pedestrians to understand that we have a huge role to play in ensuring our own safety," he said. "We don't have a lot of physical space (to create separations between paths), so it is more about shaping behaviour and trying to make the environment more conducive for walking and cycling." He said that research has shown that distracted driving, riding and movement leads to an increased risk of accidents and a pedestrian who is not distracted will be better able to avoid them. Dr Ong added that the lack of mechanisms to enforce the code of conduct is not the issue here but what is important is to educate the public. "Enforcement is something that is very reactive, but to educate and transform such that these behaviours become more like intuitive-based actions is more important," he said. But not everyone agrees with the updated code of conduct. Mr Francis Chu, the co-founder of cycling group Love Cycling SG who previously sat on the AMAP, said it was unnecessary. “Formalising keeping to the left while walking can cause some aggressive riders to shift the blame to the victim,” he said, citing a hypothetical example where in case there is an accident, a device user could blame a pedestrian for not keeping to the left. Mr Chu said certain pedestrians, such as the elderly and young children, may not be able to keep left and be alert at all times. He added that the onus should be on cyclists and PMD users to keep their device in control and ensure the safety of pedestrians. Mr Chu said: “If the main objective is safety for all path users, aren’t the two simple rules of riders giving way and keeping a safe distance from pedestrians sufficient? “It is important to not have a code of conduct for walking and ruin a relaxing walk that elderly pedestrians deserve.” With the banning of underage riding of e-scooters without supervision, the code of conduct for path users has also been updated to include a section for supervisors to refer to. Adults supervising young riders should keep to one rider at a time and have him or her clearly in their sight. They should also educate the young rider about safe riding and the relevant regulations.
  2. Can Anyone VW car owners, advise if u had such experience code? The code came out but it goes away after some distance. But this had been coming back a few time already. As no error code when I drive to workshop. They can’t check for me!!! Don’t feel comfortable. Thanks
  3. any reason wat is the reason for white shirt & dark color pants dress code during certain events or when there are "big visitors" ! i for one hate wearing white !! why must be white & black/dark pants !??
  4. OBDII scanner with Dyno, Datalogging & OBDII Sensor Display functions, error code reset etc For cars after 1996 or newer only. Tested locally with BMW M3 2001 Honda Civic May 2003 Hyundai Matrix Hyundai Etos Mercedes Kompressor 2002 Mazda 6 2003 Mitsubishi Airtrek Turbo 2003(Parallel Import) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI 2001 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer GDI 2003 Mitsubishi Galant GDI 2001 Subaru Impreza 2003 Toyota Corolla Toyota Camry Toyota Estima 2002(Parallel Import) Volvo S70 2003 Volvo S40T4 2003 VolksWagen Bora 2003 Works on cars with OBDII connectors, mostly 1996+ cars Works with your Palm OS based PDA eg Sony, IBM, Handspring, Palm etc http://www.auterraweb.com/supportedpalms.html allows error code reset, diagnose faults, datalogging, dyno, mileage traking and many other useful features, error code library in built to explain nature of error. Get instant feedback on sensor readings after fine tuning with user programmable ECM/ECU airflow/ignition timing adjustment tools like Apexi SAFC/SAFC2/ITC,Greddy Emanage,Unichip,buddyclub & other piggyback ECM/ECU etc. check it out here http://www.geocities.com/sableorient/auterra.html Auterra Scan Tools - Dyno & Monitor your OBDII Sensors Most Ferocious Magnetic Filters in The World http://www.geocities.com/sableorient/index.html
  5. As above, those that comes with warranty?
  6. Thanks to YSL's ballessness and MIW's excessive gloating earlier this year, WP took drastic actions which set the bar very high. Now MIW have to fall on their own sword. To prevent future circuses and waste of taxpayer monies on BE, I think politicians should have a gentlemen's "Code of Conduct". By Code of Conduct, I don't mean a set of standards to govern their morals. Rather, I am talking about a list of personal lapse of judgement that will not be politicized. So for example if the media reports that yet another MP is having an affair, just have the guy explain the situation for transparancy and then carry on with business. Honestly speaking, adultery is a highly personal and complex issue that in itself is not a sackable offence. Bill Clinton was a tiko and a good President. If we are going to demand exceptionally high moral standards from office bearers, we are going to have BE every other year, and I think it is a waste of time that only excites internet trolls. Opinions?
  7. Picnic06-Biante15

    Tourist Dress Code in Malaysia

    Wah lau ayeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ...... wear sarong when visiting MY ... Yahoo news: Restrictive dress codes will impact tourism industry, association warns KUALA LUMPUR, March 2 — The country’s tourism industry will suffer if tourists are forced to comply with Islamic guidelines on how to dress during their visit here, the Malaysian Chinese Tourism Association warned today. Association secretary-general Tai Poh Kim said imposing such rules is unnecessary in the first place as “we don’t have much problems with tourists thus far”. “Of course it will affect tourism,” Tai told Malay Mail Online when asked about the implications of such guidelines. “Tourists must respect local culture, but to have tourists dress 100 per cent in line with Muslim rules is overdoing it. No one wants to go to a place that’s full of restrictions.” Tai was responding to the dress code for tourists that recently appeared on Teganukita, the website of the Terengganu state government. The guidelines have since been removed. According to The Star today, the new dress code was to be distributed soon to all travel agents both in Malaysia and in neighbouring countries. Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Razif Abd Rahman, however, denied today that the state issued the Islamic dress code for tourists, claiming he was surprised to hear that the story went viral. He added that such rules to police tourists’ attire were unnecessary as there were already sufficient laws to ensure public modesty. Tai warned that if such rules come into place, it could spread far beyond Terengganu. “(The rules) will affect the whole of Malaysia, not just Terengganu,” he said. “If one of the states starts doing it, others might follow.” Tai said Malaysia’s tourism has already been suffering since last year, especially after the MH370 disaster. He over the past year, many hotels in the country have experienced a dip in bookings, adding that Malaysian tourism could ill-afford further damage. “Investors in Malaysia’s tourism industry, including international chains of hotels, might pull out,” he said. Asked to comment on the issue, Terengganu-based travel agencies Ping Anchorage and DYG Travel said they have yet to receive any directive from the Terengganu government, but said they were confident such rules would only apply to Muslims. “It would disturb tourism if it affected non-Muslims,” said Zulkefli bin Salleh, who is the manager for DYG Travel, “but I don’t think it does.” “The Terengganu state government should make a clear statement that it (the guidelines) doesn’t affect non-Muslims,” he told Malay Mail Online over the phone. In The Star’s report, a source told the newspaper that both men and women need not dress entirely according to Islamic requirements, but their attire must be “decent.” Failure to comply will result in offenders being sent to “counselling”. It is unclear if said counselling will be religious in nature. The east coast state of Terengganu is almost entirely Malay-Muslim, with only a handful of other ethnic minorities residing there. more stories, link: https://sg.news.yahoo.com/restrictive-dress-codes-impact-tourism-industry-association-warns-085700276.html Didn't know 'Roti Prata' or "Roti Chenai" is Bolehland MB (Mentri Besar) fravourite food, flip & flip & flip ...
  8. http://www.obd-codes.com/p0443 I an driving a ncp42 and i am having this. I read the deacription but could not catch any ball. Can anyone lighten me?
  9. Bluepica

    Highway Code online

    Is there any local highway code online?
  10. Joemit7850

    Blue Ray region code

    Hi friend just give me few blue ray dvd movie bought from Australia recently, understand their region code is different from singapore that's why some of the title are not able to play in my player, is there any way to change the code or are they any blueray player which are multi-code ?
  11. Prodiguy02

    Car Fault Code Reader

    Hi guys, Anyone know if there's any good basic Fault Code Reader that just displays the fault code number, and can reset the ECU or better still, turn off that darn Check Engine Light (CEL) ? Please let me know where in Singapore do they sell it. Thanks in advance!!
  12. Panerex77

    Singapore indoor stadium dress code

    Gng for concert tonight at indoor stadium. Is there any dress code? Can't find any info on the website or ticket. Ok to wear berms and t-shirt?
  13. I was hanging around the Admiralty Rd park's jetty and lo and behold, a chio bu wearing tight jeans, body hugging sweater, straw hat, scurf, and 4 inch high heel was there fishing (boyfriend nearby)... is this the typical dressing for fishing? btw, the catch looked good, most of those who fished there that day, caught some 10-12 inch long ones!! yummy!! Any bro fish at the jetty before? What do you and your gf/wife wear?
  14. KARTer

    Breaking the Magician's Code

    Ch 511......... why this programme is allowed?? i thought all magicians guard their codes/tricks very tightly even if we were to kill them?? the shows really reveal many of the magicians' tricks in details...
  15. My brief take on the 377A Penal Code .by Nicole Seah (佘雪玲) on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 1:46am.A number of people have asked me about my stand on Penal Code 377A which criminalises homosexuality, because of the current situation with Vincent SDP. My personal take on this is very clear. But it is not in line with many parties' stances apart from SDP, because it is a touchy topic. Singaporeans should ask themselves this - Regardless of whether you are homophobic or otherwise, do you think it is right to say that these people have committed a crime, being who they are? Do you think that we need a law to cast a darker shadow over the way they live, in ADDITION to the current stigma that is already prevalent throughout society? Many have argued that passing such a law will dilute the nuclear family unit. As I mentioned before, reality is not as simple as rhetoric. Item A will give you Item B in a mathematics formula, but reality is such that there are so many other factors at play. Think about it. So what is eroding the fabric of society? Is 377A even as big a problem as it is made out to be? Single mums not being entitled to benefits that nuclear family units have, which may partially contribute to hindering their child's upward mobility in comparison to kids who grow up with better resources. Low-income families, having to wait for 8 months before getting a rental flat in Dakota Crescent, because there is no space and flats originally set aside for low-income families are being leased out to foreigners at a $1500 profit. Exorbitant housing prices, which are deterring young couples from settling down. Bureaucratic red tape and demand outstripping supply that makes it frustrating for young couples to apply for a flat to settle down. I personally know of a couple who had to go through 7 rounds of rejection before getting a flat. Whether you are a diehard supporter of the current Penal code, or if you buy into the argument that repealing this code will have a direct causal effect to erode the fabric of society, do take some time to think about what you have observed around you as a Singaporean over the past few years. .As referenced from : https://www.facebook.com/notes/nicole-seah-...141136845957395
  16. Picanto

    Breaking the Magician Code

    Every Sunday at 10pm. highly recommended
  17. Yeobh

    POSB Transaction Code FR035

    Notice this transaction code in my POSB account. Anyone out there know what type of transaction it's.
  18. Heard it from someone. Is it possible?
  19. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singapor...nt.jsp?id=41099 What's there to protest? I thought this is a common dress code even in polytechnics?
  20. Hi Can anyone tell me the colour code for the Yellow swift ? Been searching around the net but nothing come out, so thgt might as well ask direct from owners. Wanting to respray my car to yellow so hope to get the correct colour code. Thanks guys Derek
  21. Galantspeedz

    Color Code for your car

    Chanced upon this. Hope it is correct. http://www.automotivetouchup.com/paint-code.htm
  22. Sleepyman

    The Penal Code

    Got this from an email. http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/ Section 223 Penal Code Escape from confinement negligently suffered by a public servant. 223. Whoever, being a public servant, legally bound as such public servant to keep in confinement any person charged with or convicted of any offence, or lawfully committed to custody, negligently suffers such person to escape from confinement, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 2 years, or with fine, or with both. Section 129 Penal Code Public servant negligently suffering prisoner of State or war in his custody to escape. 129. Whoever, being a public servant, and having the custody of any prisoner of State or prisoner of war, negligently suffers such prisoner to escape from any place of confinement in which such prisoner is confined, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 7 years, and shall also be liable to fine. Section 221 Penal Code Intentional omission to apprehend on the part of a public servant bound by law to apprehend. 221. Whoever, being a public servant, legally bound as such public servant to apprehend or to keep in confinement any person charged with or liable to be apprehended for an offence, intentionally omits to apprehend such person, or intentionally suffers such person to escape, or intentionally aids such person in escaping or attempting to escape from such confinement, shall be punished — (a) with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 10 years, and shall also be liable to fine, if the person in confinement, or who ought to have been apprehended, was charged with or liable to be apprehended for an offence punishable with death; (b) with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 7 years, and shall also be liable to fine, if the person in confinement, or who ought to have been apprehended, was charged with or liable to be apprehended for an offence punishable with imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for a term which may extend to 20 years; or © with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 5 years, or with fine, or with both, if the person in confinement, or who ought to have been apprehended, was charged with or liable to be apprehended for an offence punishable with imprisonment for a term less than 20 years. Section 217 Penal Code Public servant disobeying a direction of law with intent to save person from punishment or property from forfeiture. 217. Whoever, being a public servant, knowingly disobeys any direction of the law as to the way in which he is to conduct himself as such public servant, intending thereby to save, or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby save, any person from legal punishment, or subject him to a less punishment than that to which he is liable, or with intent to save, or knowing that he is likely thereby to save, any property from forfeiture or any charge to which it is liable by law, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 2 years, or with fine, or with both.
  23. are they saying that students today are pervert http://www.asiaone.com/News/Education/Stor...0204-48095.html
  24. Hi, Didnt receive my bonus value code email this year... and insurance due for renewal in Sep. Anyone got the email from DBS DriveShield Bonus Value Code? Thanks.
  25. Hi all...anybody can point me to where I can decode what those numbers and code means on our windscreen and window?
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