Any person who wishes to drive a motor vehicle, or wishes a motor vehicle to be driven, on a closed road, in a bus lane, a restricted zone or a prohibited zone, within the meaning of the Road Traffic (Traffic Control) Regulations (Cap. 374 sub. leg. G) may apply to the Commissioner for Transport for a permit and the Commissioner may issue such a permit subject to such conditions and period as the Commissioner may think fit.
NOTES TO APPLICANTS
- Application for "Closed Road / Bus Lane / Restricted Zone / Prohibited Zone" permit should be submitted at least 15 working days in advance.
- Application may be submitted via online application platform, in person, by post or by fax.
Online Application (Please click here)
Applications to be submitted in person, by post or by fax
Completed application form (TD606
) should be submitted in person, by post or by fax to the related Regional Offices of Transport Department for processing at the following addresses and fax numbers:
||Enquiry Phone No.
|Urban Regional Offices (Hong Kong Island)
||37/F, Immigration Tower, 7 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
|Urban Regional Offices (Kowloon)
||8/F, Mongkok Government Offices, 30 Luen Wan Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon.
|New Territories Regional Offices
||7/F, Mongkok Government Offices, 30 Luen Wan Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon.
- This online service is NOT for applying for Lantau Closed Road Permits, Closed Road Permit for Cross-boundary Vehicles or Closed Area Permit. If you are interested to apply for the above three permits, please visit the following websites:
POINTS TO NOTE
- Permits will be valid for a maximum period of not exceeding 12 months from the commencement date.
SAMPLES OF PERMITS
- In the event that the Applicants have not submitted their applications, with the required supporting documents, they may not be able to obtain their permits before commencement dates of the permits they apply for.
Electronic permits ("e-permits") possess the same legal status as the corresponding paper-form permits.
Along with the launch of e-permits, both paper-form permits and e-permits are added with encrypted "Quick Response code" (QR code) for Police officers to read the information of the permits.
Closed Road, Bus Lane, Restricted Zone, Prohibited Zone Permit