NOTE

The Hong Kong Port Area of the Shenzhen Bay Port is a Closed Area.  Cross-boundary visitors should possess a valid travel document.  Non-cross-boundary travellers should possess a valid Closed Area Permit.

Traffic and Transport Facilities 1) Traffic Arrangements to / from the Shenzhen Bay Port
2) Traffic and Transport Facilities at the Shenzhen Bay Port (Hong Kong Port Area)
Public Transport Services to / from the Shenzhen Bay Port 1) Cross-Boundary Coach Services
2) Cross-Boundary Hire Car Services
3) Franchised Bus Services
4) Green Minibus Service
5) Taxi Services
Advice to Motorists 1) General Advice to Motorists
2) Traffic Management Measures under Inclement Weather Conditions
Application for the Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles 1) General Application Procedures
2) Arrangements for Cross-boundary Goods Vehicles to use the Shenzhen Bay Port
Advice to Visitors 1) General Advice to Visitors Heading for the Shenzhen Bay Port
2) Use of Mobile Phones at Shenzhen Bay Bridge and Shenzhen Bay Port
Enquiries 1) Relevant Enquiries Hotlines and Websites

 

Operating Hours of Shenzhen Bay Port

Daily from 6.30 am to 12.00 mid-night

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Traffic and Transport Facilities

1)

Traffic Arrangements to / from the Shenzhen Bay Port

Traffic Arrangements to / from Shenzhen Bay Port
Map : Traffic Arrangements to / from Shenzhen Bay Port (PDF 152 KB) *Printable Version

Notes :
1.

The highlighted section of access road to / from the Shenzhen Bay Port is a Closed Road. Except taxis, only vehicles with a valid Closed Road Permit are allowed to enter the Closed Road. Vehicles without Closed Road Permits have to return to Tuen Mun / Yuen Long via Ha Tsuen Interchange.

2.

Motorists travelling along the Shenzhen Bay Bridge should comply with the Road Traffic Ordinance of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

3.

Roads leading to Shenzhen Bay Port will be closed about 30 minutes before the Port ceases operation. Motorists should ensure that there is adequate time to arrive at Shenzhen Bay Port.
4.

Motorists and visitors should also pay attention to the operating hours of the Shenzhen Bay Port to ensure that there is adequate time to complete the arival / departure procedures.

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2) Shenzhen Bay Port (Hong Kong Port Area) Public Transport Interchange and Cross-boundary Coach Area
Traffic and Transport Facilities at Shenzhen Bay Port (Hong Kong Port Area) Public Transport Interchange
Map : Traffic and Transport Facilities at Shenzhen Bay Port (Hong Kong Port Area) Public Transport Interchange (PDF 1.1 MB)

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Public Transport Services to / from the Hong Kong Port Area of the Shenzhen Bay Port

Visitors can use the following public transport services to travel to / from the Hong Kong Port Area of the Shenzhen Bay Port:

1) Cross-Boundary Coach Services
 

Visitors can use cross-boundary coaches to travel between Mainland and Hong Kong via the Shenzhen Bay Port.  For details, please contact the cross-boundary coach associations and major cross-boundary coach operators at here.

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2) Cross-Boundary Hire Car Services
 

Visitors can use cross-boundary hire car to travel between Mainland and Hong Kong via the Shenzhen Bay Port. Please click here for information on how to identify and hire authorised cross-boundary hire car. For details, please contact the cross-boundary hire car operators at here.

 

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3) Franchised Bus Services

Route No.

Origin / Destination

Operating Hours 

Headway (min) 

Fare ($)

B2

Yuen Long Station Public Transport Interchange - Shenzhen Bay Port

[via Lam Tei]

Monday to Friday
6.00 a.m. - 10.30 p.m.
(Depart from Yuen Long)

6.45 a.m. - 12.20 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
6.00 a.m. - 10.30 p.m.
(Depart from Yuen Long)

6.40 a.m. - 12.20 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

10 - 20

12

 B2P

 Tin Tsz Estate Bus Terminus - Shenzhen Bay Port

Monday to Friday
6.10 a.m. - 10.45 p.m.
(Depart from Tin Tze Estate)

6.50 a.m. - 12.15 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
6.10 a.m. - 10.45 p.m.
(Depart from Tin Tze Estate)

6.50 a.m. - 12.20 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

 5 - 20

 8.5

 B2X

 Tin Yiu Estate Bus Terminus - Shenzhen Bay Port

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
7.25 a.m. - 8.55 p.m.
(Depart from Tin Yiu Estate)

7.55 a.m. - 9.20 p.m.
(Depart from the Port)

 10 - 20

 8.5

 B3

 Tuen Mun Pier Head - Shenzhen Bay Port

[via Tuen Mun Town Centre]

 6.10 a.m. - 10.40 p.m.
(Depart from Tuen Mun)

6.55 a.m. - 12.20 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

15 - 30

11

B3A

Shan King Estate - Shenzhen Bay Port

 6:00 a.m. to 10:15 p.m.
(Depart from Tuen Mun)

6:50 a.m. to 11:35 p.m.
(Depart from the Port)

20 - 35

 11

 B3X

 Tuen Mun Town Centre - Shenzhen Bay Port

 6:15 a.m. to 10:40 p.m.
(Depart from Tuen Mun)

6:45 a.m. to 10:10 p.m.
(Depart from the Port)

15 - 20

 11

B3M

Shenzhen Bay Port - Tuen Mun Station (Circular)

9:50 a.m. to 7:50 p.m.
(Depart from the Port)

30 11

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4) Green Minibus Service

Route No.

Origin / Destination

Operating Hours

Frequency (min)

Fare ($)

618

Tin Shui Wai
(Tin Yan Estate) - Shenzhen Bay Port

6.00 a.m. - 10.30 p.m.
(Depart from Tin Shui Wai)

6.45 a.m. - 12.20 a.m.
(Depart from the Port)

10 - 20

12.0

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5) Taxi Services
 

Both urban taxis and New Territories ("N.T.") taxis can provide services at the Public Transport Interchange in the Hong Kong Port Area of the Shenzhen Bay Port.  The two types of taxis have different operating areas and charge fares at different rates.  Fare tables are displayed inside the vehicles.

Taxi Type

Operating Area

Urban Taxi
(Red)

All areas in Hong Kong
(except Tung Chung Road and South Lantau)

 N.T. Taxi
(Green)

 Mainly in the Northeastern and Northwestern parts of the N.T.
including Tuen Mun, Yuen Long, Tai Po, Sheung Shui, Fanling and part of Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin and Sai Kung
(Areas listed in Schedule 7 of the Road Traffic (Registration and Licensing of Vehicles) Regulations (Cap 374E))

 

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  Advice to Motorists

1) General Advice to Motorists
 
  • Always follow the instruction of the Police.
  • Comply with the lane use signals when they are turned on.
  • Observe the imposed speed limit, which varies according to prevailing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Pay attention to messages, if any, shown on variable message signs.
  • Listen to the radio for the latest traffic conditions.
  • Drive with particular care when the flashing amber lights are on.
  • Do not drive on the hard-shoulder or stop on it, unless for emergencies.
  • Do not stop or park your vehicles on the carriageway unless for vehicle breakdown or emergencies.
  • You may wish to take note of the insurance arrangements for driving to the Hong Kong Port Area of the Shenzhen Bay Port.  For detailed information, please visit the website of the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.

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2) Traffic Management Measures Under Inclement Weather Conditions
  The following special traffic arrangements will be implemented on the Shenzhen Bay Bridge during inclement weather to ensure motorists' safety:
 

Stage 1
Flashing amber lights and variable message signs on the Shenzhen Bay Bridge and approach roads will be activated to alert motorists on strong wind conditions.

 

Stage 2
When weather conditions get worse, the vehicle speed limit will be reduced to 50kph.

 

Stage 3
The middle traffic lanes in both directions will be closed and the vehicle speed will maintain at 50kph.  Goods vehicles should drive on the left-hand-most lane and other vehicles on the right-hand-most lane.

 
Stage 4
The Shenzhen Bay Bridge will be closed.  Northbound vehicles will be diverted away at Ha Tsuen Interchange.
 

 Traffic Management Measures under Different Wind Speed

 

Stage

 Wind Speed

Traffic Management Measures*

1

 30 kph

Activation of warning signs

2

 40 kph

Lowering of vehicle speed limit to 50 kph

3

 55 kph

Closure of middle lanes in both directions
Vehicle speed limit should maintain at 50 kph

4

 65 kph

Activation of Bridge closure procedure

* The wind speed pattern and other factors will be duly considered before the traffic management measures are implemented.

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Application for Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles

1) General Application Procedures
 
  • You are required to get an Approval Notice from the Public Security Bureau of Guangdong Province, complete other formalities in the Mainland, and get a Closed Road Permit from our Department before driving across the boundary.
  • How to apply for Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles
  • For details on the application for the Closed Road Permit, please call our department's hotline at 2804 2600.  You may also contact the Public Security Bureau of Guangdong Province at (86) 20 83111536 for the application of Approval Notice.

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2) Arrangements for Cross-boundary Goods Vehicles Using the Shenzhen Bay Port
 
  • Eligible persons can apply for additional crossing endorsement for their good vehicles to use the Shenzhen Bay Port following the established procedures.

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Advice to Visitors

Roads leading to Shenzhen Bay Port will be closed about 30 minutes before the Port ceases operation.  Visitors should pay attention to the operating hours of the Port to ensure that there is adequate time to complete the arrival / departure procedures. 

To avoid the peak hours, visitors should plan their trips well in advance and check the latest traffic and public transport information through different channels (e.g. websites and enquiries hotlines).

The Shenzhen Bay Bridge may be closed during inclement weather and public transport services may cease operation.  Visitors should pay attention to the latest traffic information.

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Enquiries

1) Relevant Enquiries Hotlines and Websites

 HotlineWebsite 
Cross Boundary Coach Trade Associations & Operators  Details >>  -
Cross Boundary Hire Car Operators  Details >>  -
New Lantao Bus Co. (1973) Ltd.
(Route No. B2, B2P and B2X)
2984 9848 www.newlantaobus.com 
Citybus Ltd.
(Route No. B3, B3A, B3M and B3X)
2873 0818 www.citybus.com.hk 
Transport Department 2804 2600 (Answered by 1823 Call Centre)  -
Shenzhen Bay Port Police Reporting Centre 3154 6510  -

Disclaimer: The above information contains data compiled by the Transport Department (TD) for reference only. Whilst the TD has endeavoured to ensure that the information is correct, no warranty or guarantee, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy. The Government of the HKSAR and TD accept no liability for errors or omissions.