I know it’s a tall order to get people to get out of their cars, but you have to try.
The Singapore branch of the global travel firm Travelocity is offering a new service where you can walk into a company and sign up for a ride without actually having to leave your home.
They call it “the Singapore Walk,” and it’s designed to make it easier for people to reach their destinations while avoiding congestion.
The service is free and can be accessed through their mobile app.
For those of you who prefer not to travel to your destination on foot, the Singapore walk offers a shortcut through the city center.
The city is also home to the iconic Singapore Bridge, which is one of the world’s busiest pedestrian bridges, according to Travelocity.
The company hopes the Singhams will help attract new businesses and tourists to the city, which it says has more than 1.4 million jobs.
The Singapore Walk is a service for those who have trouble making it to their destination.
The idea is to provide people with a safe and efficient way to get around the city and keep them busy for the duration of their trip.
So far, there are more than 70 locations in Singapore.
The project is part of a broader effort by the company to make travel more convenient, which includes offering a ride to the airport and providing shuttle service to major cities in the U.S. and Europe.
In the U.-Korea, the company is partnering with a hotel chain called The Peninsula Hotel to offer a free and quick ride to and from Seoul International Airport.
The new Singapore Walk service will be available from October 20.