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Compasses Typhoon. Traffic News|MTR adjusts the frequency and outlying island routes will be suspended

2021-10-12T09:26:45.388Z

Severe tropical storm Compasses is gradually approaching the coast of Guangdong. Under the combined influence of it and the northeast monsoon, strong winds are generally blowing along the coast of Guangdong, and gales are blowing occasionally offshore and on high ground. The Hong Kong Observatory has announced that it will be at 5:20 pm or



The Severe Tropical Storm Compasses is gradually approaching the coast of Guangdong. Under the combined influence of it and the northeast monsoon, strong winds are generally blowing along the coast of Guangdong, and gales are blowing occasionally offshore and on high ground. The Hong Kong Observatory has announced that it will be redirected at or before 5:20 pm No. 8 gale or storm signal.


As the compass approaches, land and sea transportation will be greatly affected. The latest traffic news will be listed immediately, so that everyone can go in and out safely under the storm.


▼The compass hits Hong Kong on October 12▼


Traffic information during the storm on October 12

[17:00] KMB will have the following special arrangements:

KMB

91P (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (South))-1610, 1625, 1640, 1655, 1715, 1735, 1755, the following flights will be cancelled: 1815, 1830

263A (Opening of Science Park) – 1715, the following flights will be cancelled: 1820

263C (opened in Tai Po Industrial Estate) – 1715, the following departures will be cancelled: 1755

960B (Open in Quarry Bay)-1715, 1735, 1755, 1815, 1835, 1855, 1915

968X (Open Quarry Bay)-1730, 1755, 1810, 1825, 1840

Long Win

E36S (airport opening) 1700, 1720, 1740, the following flights will be cancelled: 1800, 1830, 1900

E36P (Expo opens) 1740, the following flights will be cancelled: 1810

E43 (Tung Chung Ferry Open) 1730, the following departures will be cancelled: 1830

NWFB also has the following arrangements:

[16:15] MTR stated that it currently maintains the peak-hour train service schedule.

Tsuen Wan Line: every 2 minutes;

Kwun Tong Line: A bus runs between Ho Man Tin Station and Tiu Keng Leng Station in 2 minutes, and a bus runs between Whampoa Station and Tiu Keng Leng Station in 4 minutes;

Hong Kong Island Line: every 2 minutes;

South Island Line: every 3 minutes;

Tseung Kwan O Line: 2.5-4 minutes to and from North Point Station and Po Lam Station, and 6 to 8 minutes to and from North Point Station and Lohas Park Station;

Tung Chung Line: 3 – 5 minutes to and from Hong Kong Station and Tsing Yi Station, 4 to 8 minutes to and from Hong Kong Station and Tung Chung Station

Disney Line: every 20 minutes

Airport Express: every 30 minutes

East Rail Line: 3-6 minutes from Hung Hom Station to Lo Wu Station

Tunma Line: every 3 minutes

Light Rail: Every 4-12 minutes

MTR Bus: every 4-12 minutes

[16:00] New Ferry announced that many local routes will be suspended.

[15:30] KMB and Long Win Bus have announced that they are diverting passengers. Daytime bus services will remain normal until further notice; NWFB and Citybus routes will maintain normal operations and will strengthen services to facilitate commuters to get off work.

[15:22] MTR said that the Observatory has announced that it will change the No. 8 gale or storm signal later. MTR trains, light rail and MTR bus services are gradually being strengthened to peak hours to facilitate the public to return home from get off work.

The MTR urges passengers to leave their workplaces and take trains in batches to avoid overcrowding at stations. Individual stations may implement crowd management measures to ensure the smooth flow of people at stations. Three hours after the issuance of the No. 8 gale or storm signal, Hong Kong The railway bus service will be suspended.

▼The wind blowing in Tsim Sha Tsui in the afternoon of October 12▼


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[14:52] The compass is approaching, and many ferry services have been suspended, including the Cross Water Ferry route, Discovery Bay-Mui Wo route, Tap Mun-Wong Shek Wharf Street To, Ma Liushui-Ta Mun Street To, Aberdeen-Po Toi Island Kaito.

▼On October 9th, the Lion Rock hit the No. 8 typhoon ▼


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[12:30] The Marine Department announced that the typhoon shelter in the Rambler Strait was full and urged local ships to use other typhoon shelters.

[11:10] The Marine Department announced that the typhoon shelter in New Yau Ma Tei was full and urged local vessels to use other typhoon shelters.

[09:09] Ngong Ping 360 announced that due to strong wind signal No. 3, the cable car service was suspended today.

[09:00] New Ferry's cross-water crossing service is suspended today until further notice, while other routes of New Ferry are currently maintaining normal services.

▼October 9th Tropical Cyclone Lion Rock No. 8 Typhoon Citizens Chasing the Wind▼


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Compasses Typhoon.

Direct hit | No. 8 typhoon signal will be re-issued before 5:20pm, and the 10th level typhoon compass typhoon will be blown offshore tomorrow.

Traffic news | MTR adjustment schedules and outlying island routes will gradually stop the compass typhoon | Supermarkets in various districts have sold out vegetables and bread. Netizens: It seems that fighting is more than playing the typhoon Disposal of compass typhoon at discretion | Lion Rock Replica Observatory directly set up No. 3 typhoon signal tonight on Wednesday or No. 8 compass typhoon signal | No. 3 typhoon signal will maintain the outer rain band this morning and hit low-lying areas or flooding at night

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Source: hk1

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