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Road closures in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui on New Year's Eve, public transport to step up services

Road closures in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui on New Year's Eve, public transport to step up services

Special traffic arrangements on New Year’s Eve will see celebration hotspots including Lan Kwai Fong closed starting from Saturday afternoon, while Canton Road and parts of east Tsim Sha Tsui will be closed gradually starting at night. 
In Central, roads that will be closed starting at 2pm today include D'Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Wing Wah Lane, Wo On Lane, Wellington Street and On Lan Street. 

Upon completion of traffic diversions, the crowd will be directed to queue up along Queen's Road Central, D'Aguilar Street, Stanley Street, Cochrane Street and Wellington Street. 

The whole section of D'Aguilar Street will be closed to vehicular traffic.

All on-street parking spaces on Stanley Street, Wyndham Street, On Lan Street, Man Kwong Street, Lung Wo Road, Yiu Sing Street will be closed until New Year’s Day. 

As for Kowloon, parts of east Tsim Sha Tsui, including Hau Fook Street, Hanoi Road, Hart Avenue, Cameron Road, Middle Road, Lock Road, Peking Road will be closed from 8pm today. 

All on-street parking spaces along the closed road sections in Tsim Sha Tsui will be suspended from 3pm today to 3am the New Year’s Day. 

Click here for more information on special traffic arrangements on New Year’s Eve. 

MTR had earlier said that all railway lines, except for the Airport Express and Disneyland Resort Line, and seven Light Rail routes (505, 507, 610, 614P, 615P, 706, 751) will provide overnight service on New Year’s Eve. 

Island Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line and East Rail Line will step up train service starting from 8pm and MTR Bus routes 506, K51 and K54 will extend their service time. 

KMB had also said that they will be strengthening services of 41 routes on New Year’s Eve, including service hours’ adjustments or frequency enhancement. Click here to refer to the updated service arrangements. 
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