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MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM. HONG KONG METRO TRANSIT RAIL

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Mass Transit System

Mass Transit SystemHONG KONG MTRMuhammad Umar NazirCN-015MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMMTR, or Mass Transit Railway, is the rapid transit railway system in Hong Kong. The railway network consists ofnine urban lines,one Airport Express line which connects the Airport and downtown.one light rail system with 12 routes serving the northwest New Territories, andone tourist cable car system Ngong Ping 360.In addition, it includes MTR feeder bus service, intercity passenger transfer. There are 84 railway stations and 68 light rail stops.The MTR system is a common mode of public transport in Hong Kong, with over 4 million trips made in an average weekday.MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMNine Urban Subway Lines

East Rail Line: between Lo Wu/Lok Ma Chau and Hung Hom.Kwun Tong Line: between Yau Ma Tei and Tiu Keng Leng.Tsuen Wan Line: between Tsuen Wan and Central.Island Line: between Sheung Wan and Chai Wan.Tung Chung Line: between Tung Chung and Hong Kong.Tseung Kwan O Line: between North Point and Po Lam/LOHAS Park.Disneyland Resort Line: between Sunny Bay and Disneyland Resort.West Rail Line: between Tuen Mun and Hung Hom.Ma On Shan Line: between Tai Wai and Wu Kai Sha.East Rail Line Transfers along East Rail LineHung Hom (Transfer with West Rail Line)Kowloon Tong (Transfer with Kwun Tong Line)Tai Wai (Transfer with Ma On Shan Line)

Type: Heavy railLength: 34kmNo. of stations: 14Journey time: 45 minutesDistricts: Yau Tsim Mong, Kowloon City, Sha Tin, Tai Po, North, Yuen LongMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Kwun Tong LineTransfers along Kwun Tong Line:Mong Kok (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line)Prince Edward (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line)Kowloon Tong (Transfer with East Rail Line)Yau Tong (Transfer with Tseung Kwan O Line)Tiu Keng Leng (Transfer with Tseung Kwan O Line)

Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 15Journey time: 27 minutesDistricts: Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon City, Wong Tai Sin, Kwun Tong, Sai KungMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Tsuen Wan LineTransfers along Tsuen Wan Line:Lai King (Transfer with Tung Chung Line)Mei Foo (Transfer with West Rail Line)Prince Edward (Transfer with Kwun Tong Line)Mong Kok (Transfer with Kwun Tong Line)Tsim Sha Tsui (Transfer with West Rail Line)Admiralty (Transfer with Island Line)Central (Transfer with Island Line)

Type: Heavy railLength: 16kmNo. of stations: 16Journey time: 30 minutesDistricts: Central and Western, Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, Kwai Tsing, Tsuen Wan

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Island LineTransfers along Island Line:Central (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line)Admiralty (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line)North Point (Transfer with Tseung Kwan O Line)Quarry Bay (Transfer with Tseung Kwan O Line)

Type: Heavy railLength: 13.1kmNo. of stations: 14Journey time: 25 minutesDistricts: Central and Western, Wai Chai, EasternMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Tung Chung Line Transfers along Tung Chung Line Sunny Bay (Transfer with Disneyland Resort Line) Tsing Yi (Transfer with Airport Express Line) Lai King (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line) Nam Cheong (Transfer with West Rail Line) Kowloon (Transfer with Airport Express Line) Hong Kong (Transfer with Airport Express, Tsuen Wan, and Island Line)

Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 8Length: 30.5kmJourney time: 27 minutesDistricts: Central and Western, Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, Kwai Tsing, Tsuen Wan, IslandsMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Tseung Kwan O LineTransfers along Tseung Kwan O Line: North Point (Transfer with Island Line) Quarry Bay (Transfer with Island Line) Yau Tong (Transfer with Kwun Tong Line) Tiu Keng Leng (Transfer with Kwun Tong Line)

Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 8Length: 12.3kmJourney time: 15 minutesDistricts: Eastern, Kwun Tong, Sai Kung

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Disneyland Resort LineTransfers along Disneyland Resort Line: Sunny Bay (Transfer with Tung Chung Line)Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 2Length: 3.8kmJourney time: 6 minutesDistricts: Tsuen WanIt is the world's first metro line designed to service a Disney theme park and also the world's first driverless heavy transit line. The line was finished in April of 2005 and put into operation on 1 August 2005 in preparation for the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland theme park.

West Rail LineTransfers along West Rail Line: Tuen Mun (Transfer with Light Rail) Siu Hong (Transfer with Light Rail) Tin Shui Wai (Transfer with Light Rail) Yuen Long (Transfer with Light Rail) Mei Foo (Transfer with Tsuen Wan Line) Nam Cheong (Transfer with Tung Chung Line) Hung Hom (Transfer with East Rail Line)

Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 12Journey time: 37 minutesDistricts: Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, Tsuen Wan, Yuen Long, Tuen Mun

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Ma On Shan LineTransfers along Ma On Shan Line: Tai Wai (Transfer with East Rail Line)

Type: Heavy railNo. of stations: 9Length: 11.4kmJourney time: 16 minutesDistricts: Sha TinMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

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MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMMASS TRANSIT SYSTEMHong Kong MTR Light RailLight rail is a very important transport means in the northwest of New Territories, Hong Kong. The system now covers 68 stops. There are 12 light rail routes. Which are operated by the Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTR).ROUTES:505: Sam Shing Siu Hong 507: Tuen Mun Ferry Pier Tin King610&614&615: Tuen Mun Ferry Pier Yuen Long 614P&615P: Tuen Mun Ferry Pier Siu Hong705&706: Tin Shui Wai Circular751: Yau Oi Tin Yat751P: Tin Shui Wai Tin Yat761P: Tin Yat Yuen Long

Hong Kong MTR Light RailType:Light railSystem: MTRDistricts: Tuen Mun, Yuen LongStations: 68Line length: 36.2 kmThe Light Rail network has six fare zones. Single Journey Ticket users are charged according to the number of the fare zones travelled.

MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMThe number of fare zones traveledAdultsChild/Senior Citizen1-2HK$4.5HK$2.03HK$5.5HK$2.54-5HK$6.5HK$3.0

MTR Feeder BusMTRC provides feeder bus services for the convenience of passengers using MTR rail networks. The routes provide access to and between many MTR stations for thousands of passengers everyday. The MTRC's integrated fare system also allows East Rail Line, West Rail Line and Light Rail passengers who use Octopus cards to enjoy the free feeder bus services that link many housing estates to East Rail Line, West Rail Line stations and Light Rail stops.

The Corporation operates a total of 13 routes, including West Rail Line and Light Rail feeder bus services, as well as an additional 4 East Rail LineMASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

HONG KONG MTR NGONG PING 360The Ngong Ping 360 is a tourism project on Lantau Island in Hong Kong.The project was previously known as Tung Chung Cable Car Project before acquiring the Ngong Ping 360 brand in April 2005. It consists ofthe Ngong Ping Cable Car, a gondola lift formerly known as the NgongPing 360 Skyrail, and the Ngong Ping Village, a retail and entertainment centre adjacent to the cable car's upper station.Ngong Ping 360 is owned by the MTR Corporation, the operator of Hong Kong's rail system. It was built by Leitner Ropeways and was originally operated by Skyrail-ITM. Skyrail-ITM was removed from the project after an investigation following an incident in June 2007. It is now operated by a directly owned subsidiary of the MTR Corporation.

MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMHong Kong MTR Tickets & Fares Octopus Card Single Journey TicketApart from Octopus Card, passengers can use Single Journey Tickets to take the MTR. The fare is based on the distance traveled. There are two types of Single Journey Tickets Adult and Concessionary, which you can purchase from the Ticket Issuing Machines in all MTR stations. Concessionary Tickets are for children aged 3 to 11 and senior citizens aged 65 or above. Students aged 12 and above traveling with Single Journey Tickets are required to pay full adult fare. To enjoy concessionary fares, students must travel by Personalised Octopus Card with "Student Status".Tourist Passes:Tourist Day Pass (HK$55)Child Tourist Day Pass (HK$25)Tourist Cross-boundary Travel Pass (HK$85 / HK$120)Airport Express Travel Pass (HK$220 / HK$300)MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMHong Kong MTR Tickets & FaresOctopus Card Location: Hong KongLaunched: 1997Technology: FeliCa, NFCManager:Octopus Cards LimitedCurrency: HKD ( HK$1,000 maximum load )

Hong Kong MTR Tickets & FaresOctopus Card Machine

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