TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT NOTICE

Temporary Traffic Arrangements in Tin Hau

        Notice is hereby given that to facilitate the construction works for the Central-Wan Chai Bypass, the following traffic lanes in the vicinity of Tin Hau will be temporarily closed to all vehicular traffic at the time specified below:

I.        From about 1.00 am to 6.00 am on 9 December 2017 (Saturday)

(i)  The fast lane of Tsing Fung Street from a point about 160 metres west of its junction with Hing Fat Street to a point about 480 metres west of the same junction (i.e. the section near the Victoria Park);

(ii)  The right most lane of Island Eastern Corridor westbound from a point about 220 metres east of its junction with the slip road leading to Hing Fat Street to a point about 650 metres east of the same junction (i.e. the section near the City Garden);

(iii)  The second right lane of Island Eastern Corridor westbound from a point about 220 metres east of its junction with the slip road leading to Hing Fat Street to a point about 120 metres west of the same junction (i.e. the section near Hing Fat Street); and

(iv)  The slow lane of Island Eastern Corridor westbound from a point about 60 metres west of its junction with the slip road leading to Hing Fat Street to a point about 600 metres west of the same junction (i.e. the section near the Victoria Park).

II.        From about 1.00 am to 6.00 am on 10 December 2017 (Sunday)

The slow lane of Tsing Fung Street from a point about 160 metres west of its junction with Hing Fat Street to a point about 550 metres west of the same junction (i.e. the section near Victoria Park).

        Appropriate traffic signs will be erected on-site to guide motorists. The Transport Department anticipates that the traffic in the vicinity of Island Eastern Corridor near Tin Hau and Tsing Fung Street would be more congested. Motorists should exercise tolerance and patience in case of traffic congestion and should consider using other alternative routes. Members of the public are advised to plan their journey early and allow more traveling time to cater for unexpected delay, and watch out for the latest traffic news through media.

CHAN Mable Commissioner for Transport