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Under the Road Traffic Act, "Park" means to bring a motor vehicle or a trailer to a stationary position and cause it to wait for any purpose other than that of immediately taking up or setting down persons, goods or luggage.
Some of the common parking restrictions are:
1. Unbroken double yellow lines are laid down on the road
No parking at all times on this road.
2. Unbroken single yellow line is laid down on the side of the road
No parking between 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on
this side of the road, except on Sundays
and Public Holidays.
3. Unbroken single white line is laid down on the road
No parking at all times on either side of the line.
4. Unbroken double white lines is laid down on the road
No parking at all times on either side of the line.
5. Within 3 metres of a fire hydrant
No parking at all times within 3 metres on either side of a fire hydrant.
6. Within 6 metres of an intersection or junction
No parking at all times within 6 metres of an intersection or junction of any road or street.
7. Within 9 metres of a bus stop
No parking at all times within 9 metres of a bus stop (from the tip of the bus bay
(back and front) and this includes the bus bay itself).
8. No waiting sign
No parking at all times along the side of the road.
9. No stopping sign
No stopping at all times along the side of the road.
10. Pick-up/Drop-off bay:
Pick-up and drop-off points provided near public transport nodes are
meant to facilitate immediate pick up and drop off. Hence, motorists
should not wait at these bays, as this will cause unnecessary obstruction
to other motorists picking up or alighting their passengers.
11. Single yellow zig-zag line along the side of the road (offence attracts demerit points)
No parking at all times on this side of the road
and on the public footpath adjacent to the road.
12. Double yellow zig-zag lines along the side of the road (offence attracts demerit points)
No stopping at all times on this side of the
road and on the public footpath adjacent to
13. Single white zig-zag line (offence attracts demerit points)
No stopping at all times on this road.
14. Abreast of another vehicle (offence attracts demerit points)
No stopping or parking abreast to another vehicle at
15. Within a pedestrian crossing (offence attracts demerit points)
No parking at all times within a pedestrian crossing.
Composition Amount for Illegal Parking Offences
With effect from 1 January 2015, under the tiered fines for illegal parking regime, an individual who receives a Notice of Traffic Offence ("NTO") for an illegal parking offence will be considered a repeat offender if he had received an NTO within the last 12 months from the date of his latest offence. The dates of the offence stated in the NTOs will be used to calculate the 12-month period to determine if an individual is a repeat offender.
A repeat offender may be offered composition at a higher amount as compared to another offender in similar circumstances but who is not a repeat offender. The composition amount offered may be more than 50% higher.
Apart from the composition amount, demerit points are awarded for certain offences. For offences that carry demerit points, it is mandatory for the vehicle owner to furnish the particulars of the driver.
For a list of common illegal parking offences, the composition amounts that may be offered and demerit points that will be awarded (if applicable), please click here.
Other information about Demerit Points System:
For more information on Demerit Points System, please click here.
Appeals on Illegal Parking Summonses
To appeal on your outstanding traffic summonses, you may submit your appeal online.
Furnishing Of Driver's Particulars
To furnish driver's particulars, you may submit the details online.
Please click here for the FAQs on furnishing of driver' particulars online.
Reporting of Illegal Parking
To report on illegal parking, submit the violation report online. Please note that a SingPass account is required for login.
Please click here for the FAQs on submission of violation report online.
Please click here for details/information required for lodgement of illegal parking report.