Around 100 senior citizens were the first to find out about a new priority queuing system for lifts that is designed to make it even easier for them and other passengers in need to travel on the MTR.
Get ready to press the Install button! An upgraded and expanded suite of MTR smartphone applications was available for download from the end of September to provide instant access to travel information that passengers need, when they need it.
The MTR Corporation announced the appointment of Ms May Wong as General Manager – corporate relations with effect from 10 January 2013 following the retirement of Mrs Miranda Leung on 9 January 2013.
As the Standby Signal No.1 has been issued, MTR Corporation reminds passengers of the enhanced measures that are being implemented to provide assistance to them during severe storms.
MTR passengers will enjoy more comfort and convenience when a total of 815 extra train trips per week are added on various railway lines in the next few months.
New public toilet facilities and two new lifts will be opened for public use at MTR Sheung Wan Station on 26 August 2012, marking the completion of two years of major renovation works under the West Island Line project.
A ground breaking ceremony for the Shatin to Central Link (SCL) project was held to mark the commencement of construction work.
MTR Corporation is pleased to announce the National Development and Reform Commission approved the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project for investment, construction and operations of Hangzhou Metro Line 1.
Getting the latest information about MTR train service will soon be as easy for passengers as reaching for the smartphones in their pockets.
The MTR Corporation announced that it has entered into an Entrustment Agreement with the HKSAR Government for the construction of main works and commissioning of the Shatin to Central Link (SCL).
The MTR Corporation is pleased to announce that Mr Joseph Lai Yee-tak who took over the post of Permanent Secretary for Transport and Housing (Transport) from Mr Ho Suen-wai with effect from 28 May 2012, has by virtue of his appointment, become an Alternate Director to the office of the Secretary for Transport and Housing (Ms. Eva Cheng) with effect from the same date.
Two new external lifts at MTR Sham Shui Po and Jordan stations opened for public use, providing enhanced access to and from the rail network, especially for passengers with special needs. These are the second and third new lifts to be opened under the Listening‧Responding programme after the first lift at Cheung Sha Wan Station went into service last month.