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The EIA (Environmental Impact Analysis) was released by the LTA on the 5th Feb.
It is some form of success. Although LTA will want to drill holes in the reserve but they will now consider the concerns of nature groups.
So this is the update from LTA:
All is not lost - you can still do something - collectively we can still do something to help the cause according to BES Drongo website.
You can contact LTA [ (email LTA_CRL_CCNR_EIA@lta.gov.sg or call 6295 7437)] to view the EIA and give your feedback. Please note that you can view it by appointment ONLY, at Land Transport Authority, 1 Hampshire Road (Blk 11 Level 4, Room 2), Singapore 219428
In addition, to show your support for the alternative route, you can sign the petition here: http://www.tinyurl.com/lta-crl