The new Seletar flyover and its adjacent supporting roads opened on Saturday. It offers drivers great access and connectivity to the aerospace hub and Singapore’s major expressways. The Seletar Aerospace Flyover and its associated roads opened on Saturday morning. It is planned to support the traffic growth in the area drawn to the aerospace hub and to the growing Sengkang West Industrial zone.
Seletar High Park Residences
The flyover has three lanes in each direction and provides direct connective access to the CTE (Central Expressway), SLE (Seletar Expressway) and the TPE (Tampines Expressway) and also and links to Jalan Kayu for Seletar High Park. The new Sengkang West Road also connects to the flyover allowing drivers to motor directly from Yio Chu Kang onto the Tampines Expressway, providing a faster more direct route than the previous one lane Jalan Kayu route. This new route should ease the congestion along the overloaded Jalan Kayu, built in the 1920s for a more sedate world.
High Park CEL Seletar
Drivers wishing to travel from the expressway to the Seletar Aerospace Park can use the new Seletar Aerospace Way and the flyover to do so easily. The Seletar Aerospace flyover, Seletar Aerospace Way and the Sengkang West Road is around three kilometres in length cost $80 million Singapore dollars and was begun in spring 2011. This new road is one of several road improvement and development projects in this area, one of which is the alternative road between Yishun and the Central Expressway, which was opened in January 2015.