“Hong Kong is a world class city – anywhere you go you can feel its energy and dynamism. It also makes one understand very quickly just how important it is to have a truly world-class railway service,” Mr Jay Walder, Chief Executive Officer of MTR Corporation shared his impressions of Hong Kong when he met journalists, his first day in the new post.
Passengers travelling on the Kwun Tong Line from 7 December 2011 may find themselves among the first to ride the newest MTR train.
The installation of automatic platform gates (APGs) at eight above-ground and at-grade stations on the MTR Island Line, Kwun Tong Line and Tsuen Wan Line has been completed this month, one year earlier than originally planned. While the APGs are now in full operation during train service hours, fine-tuning of the gate control system continues at individual stations.
Enjoy shopping discounts and free ride when travelling in groups to Lok Ma Chau Station
More than 100 senior citizens enjoyed a ride on the Airport Express which whisked them to MTR Kowloon Station to visit the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong.
The first of 10 new MTR trains will be undergoing a series of test runs on Kwun Tong Line.
Well-loved characters from renowned classic Japanese cartoons are dropping in on the MTR via a series of limited edition MTR Souvenir Ticket Sets.
A special squad of senior citizens is keeping a watchful eye on the MTR to keep crime away from the railway.
The MTR Corporation’s Information Security Enhancement Programme recently scooped the Best Security Strategy Award in the ninth annual MIS Asia IT Excellence Awards held in Singapore.
Whoever thought that even the most ordinary household clothes hanger could be transformed into an art piece in its own right?
The MTR Corporation announced the appointment of Mr Morris Cheung as Human Resources Director with effect from 17 July 2012 following the retirement of Mr William Chan on 16 July 2012.