​‘Lane Collapse’ Along Lornie Road, Traffic at a Standstill

Published by on . Updated on 18 May 2020

Motorist Lane Collapse Lornie Road
(Photo Credit: Telegram)

Cracks have formed along Lornie Road, going towards Farrer Road. Traffic is currently at a standstill.

Cracks have formed across two lanes on Lornie Road towards Farrer Road, causing a massive traffic jam that stretches all the way from Normanton Park to Bartley and Serangoon.

According to reports, traffic is currently at a standstill and conditions are not improving. Several Telegram users have also claimed that it took them over an hour to clear the area.

Motorists are strongly advised to avoid the area.

Be sure to stay tuned as this story develops.

Update: 11.35am

In a statement by the Land Transport Authority (LTA), it said that the cracks were first discovered today at 8am, along Adam Road towards Queensway after the MacRitchie Flyover.

Two of the four lanes were closed for repairs, causing the aforementioned traffic jam. As of 10am, all four lanes have been reopened after the roads were determined to be safe.

Despite the reopening of the lanes, traffic conditions have yet to improve.

Motorist Lane Collapse Lornie Road Telegram
(Photo Credit: Telegram)

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