Written by: Hu Jiaxin
Last update date: 2021-06-13 12:08
The government is building smart car parks to solve the problem of insufficient parking spaces. Today, it announced three more new sites, namely the public car park on Kecheng Road, Pak Shek Kok, Tai Po, the Government Joint Office Building in Area 67, Tseung Kwan O, and San Po Kong Simei Part of the underground space in the open space on the street.
The Tsuen Wan Hoi Shing Road project will launch at least 75 automatic parking spaces this year
The Transport and Housing Bureau pointed out on the social platform that it has selected 7 locations to test 4 different types of automatic parking systems.
The authorities have announced four sites earlier, including the government short-term lease site on Hoi Shing Road in Tsuen Wan, the public open space on Yen Chow Street West in Sham Shui Po, the proposed government building on Sheung Mau Street in Chai Wan and Zhonggang Road in Sheung Wan.
According to the bureau, the Hoi Shing Road project in Tsuen Wan will be launched within this year, with no less than 245 parking spaces, of which no less than 75 are automatic parking spaces.
Parking spaces can be increased by 30% to double
The Transport and Housing Bureau today announced three additional sites, namely the public car park at Kecheng Road in Pak Shek Kok, Tai Po, the joint office building in District 67 of Tseung Kwan O, and part of the underground space of the open space at Si Mei Street in San Po Kong.
According to the bureau, compared with the traditional parking lot, the automatic parking system can increase the parking space by 30% to double the parking space in the same space, greatly increasing the parking volume.
The authorities also remind drivers that when using the automatic parking system, they must pay attention to the length and weight of the vehicle. Before leaving the vehicle, they must make sure that the keys are turned off, the handles are closed, and the doors and windows are locked.
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