During May2021 The World’s Leading Public Transport provider The MTR Hong Kong – Hong Kong SAR-China- People’s Republic of China.. in which ever so constantly the MTR Hong Kong have been grown innovatively providing In order to provide faster and more convenient rail services for the residents of Hong Kong SAR –China – People’s Republic of China…. In which there’s a Tuen Ma Line in which has been fully in running.. The full Tuen Ma Line –TML line running approximately 56 kilometers running through twenty seven stations with six interchange stations in which the line will be expected to be operationally on the third quarter of 2021.. Is the longest railway line in Hong Kong connecting the West Rail Line and the Tuen Ma Line Phase 1…. #TuenMaLine (TML) has entered into trial operations, and our three new stations #SungWongToiStation, #ToKwaWanStation and #HungHomStation are also gearing up for passenger service. To know more about the features of the new stations and other useful information, check out our new TML station leaflets: Tuen Ma Line To get a copy, you may also visit the Customer Service Centre of any of the West Rail Line and TML Phase 1 stations….
In which during Open Days of the Tuen Ma Line (TML) new stations will be held on Saturday 12th June 2021 (To Kwa Wan Station) and 13 June (Sung Wong Toi Station). Due to pandemic-control considerations, time slots will be arranged for participants of Open Days to maintain social distance also COVID-19 Precautionary Measures.. . If you are interested, do not forget to sign up and select a session on MTR Mobile starting from 2 June or via THE GULU from 3 June!
If you would like to secure a spot via MTR Mobile, please be reminded that only registered users of MTR Mobile could sign up for the Open Days. Do register with MTR Mobile now if you have not yet done so!
The new excitement of about the new experience of the new #TuenMaLine stations to be opened on 27 June? Let us give you a brief in advance!
The new stations will offer you a brand new customer experience with staff providing assistance as a roving team with a more proactive approach and several types of robots serving inside the stations.
Besides, the station design also integrates station artworks as well as the elements of local community and history to enrich passengers’ journeys. The entrances/exits also connect to different parts of the community as well as local facilities, providing you with convenient and all-weathered admits to access the district.
One thing more, the “Train Car Loading Indicator” will be introduced to provide real-time information about the estimated spatial conditions of each train compartment to serve you as a reference for train boarding.
Together with the commissioning of the Tuen Ma Line Phase 1, three new stations, i.e. Hin Keng Station, the expanded part of Diamond Hill Station and Kai Tak Station commenced service on 14 February 2020. The remaining railway section (between Kai Tak Station and Hung Hom Station) will commence service very soon, providing efficient and convenient railway service to the To Kwa Wan and Kowloon City areas, as well as bringing new vitality to the community Networking, providing more alternatives for passengers travelling to different districts.
The Tuen Ma Line also includes a number of interchange stations which enhance connectivity with the rest of the city’s railway system network..