Google Maps used for Singapore General Election rallies
Google Maps is the super helpful app that (almost) everybody uses to get from one point to another.
This election season, however, its uses have become more varied.
This feature of Google Map will allow you to know all the rally sites approved by the Singapore Police Force (SPF).
The constituency maps drawn by Yudhishthra Nathan was based on the Electoral Boundaries report released earlier this year.
Features of the map
MustShareNews checks out the cool features you can get from using the map.
Rallies for each night
The site provides the nightly rallies happening from 2 September to 9 September. The constituencies — Single Member Constituencies (SMCs) or Group Representation Constituencies(GRCs) — that the parties or independent candidates are running for are also reflected on the website.
Information for each SMC or GRC
The map also provides the information of the which GRC or SMC a ward belongs to, and the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP). We can even find out the number of electors each ward has.
Directions to get to the rallies
Lastly, the map is able to give you the address of where the rallies will take place. Directions are also provided for those who are going by public transportation. The details include the nearest Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) stations, the bus services via different routes and from the MRT or LRT stations.
Say goodbye to getting lost
With the great interface this Google Map provides, you can no longer get lost to reach the rallies of your choice. Furthermore, the information given for nightly rallies save you the trouble to search on the net.
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