The MTR Corporation welcomes the approval to the funding application for the Shatin to Central Link by the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council.
A new integrated Entrance is now open at MTR Tseung Kwan O Station providing passengers with more convenient connectivity to the community.
A unique modern twist on traditional Chinese architecture vividly captures the dynamic motion of a Dragon Boat in a new art display on the upper platform of MTR Tuen Mun Station.
MTR Corporation welcomes the authorization of the 17km Shatin to Central Link (SCL) by the Chief Executive-in-Council under the Railways Ordinance.
Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd., a leading provider of automation, control technologies and applications in China, announced today that it has successfully won contracts to design, supply and implement the High-Speed Rail Signaling Systems for the MTR Corporation.
Starting this month, MTR passengers will enjoy 368 additional weekly train trips along the three busiest rail lines – Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line and Island Line, which will boost carrying capacity by some 800,000 passenger journeys.
Colourful Japanese SAORI weaving samples will be introduced to Hong Kong at a special SAORI Art Fashion display at MTR Sai Wan Ho Station from 6 March to 16 April.
Governor of Guangdong Province, Mr Zhu Xiaodan, together with Guangdong provincial government officials visited the MTR Corporation for an update on the Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link.
In response to media enquiries regarding no-eating and drinking in the paid areas of the MTR network, the MTR Corporation wishes to point out that it always strives to provide a comfortable journey for all passengers and therefore, does not allow eating or drinking in the paid areas of stations or on trains.
Athletes from MTR Corporation ran from the Peak to Big Wave Bay and Tai Tam during the annual Green Power Hike to promote environmental protection and healthy living.
For the convenience of passengers travelling around Hong Kong to welcome in the Year of the Dragon, all MTR lines (except Disneyland Resort Line) and certain Light Rail routes will be operating overnight on Lunar New Year’s Eve (22/23 January 2012)