The real-time traffic information of Journey Time Indication System (JTIS) can be obtained from the Traffic Information on the Transport Department's Homepage.

The Journey Time Indication System on Hong Kong Island was commissioned in 2003 and expanded to Kowloon in 2010 to provide the estimated journey times to the exits of respective tunnels from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon and vice versa. The System was further expanded in 2020 to provide the estimated journey times of some strategic routes and major roads. Journey time indicators are installed at critical diversion points of strategic routes and major roads to provide journey time information for facilitating members of the public to plan their journeys and select suitable routes or transport modes.

The displayed digits on the journey time indicators are shown in three colours for different traffic conditions: Red represents congested traffic, Amber represents slow traffic and Green represents smooth traffic. The JTIS operates on a 24-hour basis and the displayed times are refreshed every two minutes. 

As of Jan 2022, there are 19 sets of journey time indicators installed at:

Journey Time Indicators at Waterloo Road southbound near Kowloon Hospital Journey Time Indicators at Gloucester Road Eastbound near Revenue Tower
Journey Time Indicators at Waterloo Road southbound near Kowloon Hospital Journey Time Indicators at Gloucester Road Eastbound near Revenue Tower

     

Journey Time Indicators at Wong Chuk Hang Road eastbound near Aberdeen Sports Ground

Journey Time Indicators at Fuk Man Road northbound near Po Tung Road