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Transport resumes as Typhoon Chaba moves away from HK

Transport resumes as Typhoon Chaba moves away from HK

Transportation gradually resumes as the observatory issued the No.3 Strong Wind Signal on Saturday afternoon to replace the No.8 Gale or Storm Signal. Here is what you need to know.

KMB and LWB will gradually operate in limited service starting from 5.30pm, whereas the following routes will have special arrangements.

Routes that will be suspended include:

KMB: 3X, 14H, 32H, 35X, 43C, 43P, 46P, 49P, 58P, 82P, 83S, 86S, 87S, 89S, 91R, 91R, 107P, 202, 224X, 258P, 261X, 264R, 272P, 272S, 274X, 278A, 373, 641, 680X and 681P.

LWB: E36P, E36S, R33 and R42

NWFB: 641, 680X, 970X (Tin Wan Special Departure), X9 and X15

Citybus: 6X (Stanley Fort Special Departure), 107P, 681P, E22C, S52A

In addition, all route 13X buses (KMB) will depart via Richland Gardens.


Sun Ferry’s Central-Cheung Chau & Central-Mui Wo ferry services are going to resume from 6pm onwards, while the inter-islands and inner harbor ferry services continue suspension and resume tomorrow.

As for Star Ferry, its Tsim Sha Tsui-Central and Tsim Sha Tsui-Wan Chai routes will resume starting from 6.30pm.

Hong Kong & Kowloon Ferry also resumes sailings of its Central to Yung Shue Wan, Central to Sok Kwu Wan, and Central to Peng Chau (fast ferry) routes at 6pm. The company also restarts the Peng Chau to Hei Ling Chau route at 6.30pm.


All rail, light rail and MTR bus services remain normal.


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