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The Year of the Rabbit Arrives|MTR’s Lunar New Year Holiday 5th Line Encrypted Departures

2023-01-22T03:49:28.863Z


The 4-day long Lunar New Year holiday begins today, and the 5 railway lines of the MTR Hong Kong Island Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line, South Island Line and Tuen Ma Line will run from the first day of the new year today (22nd) to the fourth day of the Lunar New Year (25th) Will strengthen the service


The 4-day long Lunar New Year holiday begins today, and the 5 railway lines of the MTR Hong Kong Island Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line, South Island Line and Tuen Ma Line will run from the first day of the new year today (22nd) to the fourth day of the Lunar New Year (25th) The service will be strengthened, and the frequency will be increased to every 2.3 to about 6 minutes. The cross-border East Rail Line will maintain the holiday frequency.


MTR stated that it will closely monitor the train service situation during the Lunar New Year period and adjust the train service in a timely manner according to actual needs.


Increased frequency of 5 lines but excluding East Rail Line

The 5 lines of MTR increased frequency, including Hong Kong Island Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line, South Hong Kong Island Line and Tuen Ma Line, will increase frequency from the first day of the first day of today (22nd) to the fourth day of the new year (25th), every 2.3 There is a bus every 6 minutes.

As for the East Rail Line, Tung Chung Line, Airport Express and Light Rail, the frequency of holidays will be maintained.

Passengers holding MTR "Year of the Rabbit commemorative tickets" can take unlimited rides on MTR local trains, Light Rail, MTR buses and MTR feeder buses on the first day of the Lunar New Year today.

The management of MTR visited several stations during the New Year's Eve

In order to facilitate citizens to go out to enjoy the family reunion dinner with their families last night (21st), most of the MTR trains ran overnight last night.

MTR Chairman Ouyang Boquan, together with Chief Executive Officer Jin Zepei and other management personnel, visited several MTR stations and train control centers to cheer up the employees, thanked colleagues for sticking to their posts during the festive season, and sent New Year greetings , Count down to welcome the coming of the Year of the Rabbit.

Ouyang Boquan also paid New Year greetings to passengers at the MTR station, presenting them with "Tie Zi" and "Ji Tie Zi" printed on the Fu Chun, wishing passengers "the rabbits will be more energetic and their fortunes will bounce back."

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Source: hk1

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