SINGAPORE – Two years after Lornie Highway opened, construction equipment and debris are still strewn by the side of the road, hidden behind green hoardings.
Checks by The Straits Times revealed heavy vehicles, excavators, soil-testing rigs, conveyors and water tanks cluttering a plot near Lorong Halwa, which is just off the new highway and Bukit Brown cemetery – a nature and heritage site. They sit amidst hillocks of debris such as broken concrete and unused construction materials.
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