Singapore's Lines of Life Project is Similar to New York's High Line

 - Dec 3, 2015
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The Lines of Life project is an ambitious attempt by Japanese firm Nikken Sekkei to redefine Singapore's aesthetic and functional appeal.

The project will see the creation of a park that will measure 24 kilometers in length, which dwarf's New York City's famous High Line which measures 2.33 kilometers. The Lines of Life project will include green spaces, bicycle paths and pedestrian walkways, and will also be dotted with various amenities such as washrooms, resting places and access points to major attractions and roads.

The development will also make room for educational programs and initiatives that encourage people to both appreciate the city and generally embrace the outdoors.

The Lines of Life project is a great example of urban renewal that improves the quality of life of citizens and makes the environment more appealing to tourists.