LTA resources stretched thin to monitor traffic

LTA chief executive officer Samuel Simpson. Picture: FT FILE

LAND Transport Authority resources are being stretched thin because of the manpower being used to monitor traffic entering at-risk bridges in the country, says CEO Samuel Simpson.

He said 28 LTA officers – who would normally be utilised in enforcement operations – were being used to weigh heavy goods vehicles in the red zones.

“There’s no doubt about it, the road infrastructure is creaking,” he said.

Read the full report in today’s edition of The Sunday Times.

More Stories