Sign the petition to ask the Singapore government to reconsider the alignment of the Cross Island Line through MacRitchie Forest

Love Our MacRitchie Forest was launched in response to the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) announcement of the new Cross Island Line MRT (CRL), which is proposed to run through the fragile ecosystem that is MacRitchie Forest.

Sign this petition asking Singapore’s government to reconsider the alignment of the Cross Island Line through MacRitchie Forest.

Image taken from Love Our MacRitchie Forest

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One Response to “Sign the petition to ask the Singapore government to reconsider the alignment of the Cross Island Line through MacRitchie Forest”
  1. Brian Vittachi says:

    That forest has stood there for at least since the end of the last ice-age 14,000 years ago. To destroy it now all for the sake of saving 6 minutes of travel time makes no sense at all.

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