This seems to be a common answer to Singapore's problem.
1) Increase cost!
Too many cars on the road: ERP
2) Reduce COE issued after issuing too many:
Drastic reduce to increase cost.
3) Not enough HDB for newly weds:
Create more $$$$ HDB flats, which are far less affordable.
4) Not enough parking at HDB flats at night:
Double Night Parking Rates At HDB And URA Carparks.
5) Too little free parking at East Coast:
Charge for parking.
The measures works for a few days, and where do you expect people to park when they have a car? So they still pay the increase costs to park, drive and create jams.
What do they government expect?
If its a great plan to increase revenue... It really works, to solve the present problem at hand... Not very much.
-- Iron Bowl