NOTE

Cross-boundary visitors should possess a valid travel document.  Non-cross-boundary travellers should possess a valid Closed Area Permit for entering the Closed Area of the HZMB Hong Kong Port.

Traffic and Transport Facilities 1) Traffic Arrangements to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port
2) Traffic and Transport Facilities at the HZMB Hong Kong Port
3) Hong Kong Port Domestic Car Parks (Pre-booking Recommended)
4) Cross-Boundary Outbound/Inbound Route
Public Transport Services to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port 1) Cross-Boundary Coach Services
2) Cross-Boundary Hire Car Services
3) Shuttle Bus Services
4) Franchised Bus Services
5) Green Minibus/ Other Feeder Route Services
6) Taxi Services
Advice to Motorists 1) Guidelines for Right-driving Road
2) Traffic Signs on the Hong Kong Link Road
3) Cross-boundary Vehicles Driving on the Right
4) General Advice to Motorists
5) Traffic Management Measures under Inclement Weather Conditions
6) Traffic Arrangement in case of Emergency
7) Loading and Height Limit
Application for the Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles 1) Application Procedures
Advice to Visitors 1) General Advice to Visitors Heading for the HZMB Hong Kong Port
Enquiries 1) Relevant Enquiries Hotlines and Websites

 

Operating Hours of HZMB Hong Kong Port

24 hours daily

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Traffic and Transport Facilities

1) Traffic Arrangements to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port
 

Motorists travelling to Hong Kong Port are recommended to travel via North Lantau Highway and Tuen Mun - Chek Lap Kok Link (Southern Connection), i.e. Shun Long Road.

  Traffic Arrangements to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port
  Map: Traffic Arrangements to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port (450 KB)
   
 
Notes :
1. Motorists travelling along the Hong Kong Section of HZMB should comply with the Road Traffic Ordinance of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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2) Traffic and Transport Facilities at the HZMB Hong Kong Port
  Traffic and Transport Facilities at HZMB Hong Kong Port
  Map: Traffic and Transport Facilities at HZMB Hong Kong Port (746 KB)

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3) Hong Kong Port Domestic Car Parks (Pre-booking Recommended)
 

Drivers can park their cars at the domestic car parks (with on-line pre-booking service), complete the clearance procedures at the PCB and travel to Zhuhai/Macao Port by shuttle buses.

Motorists are advised to plan their trips well in advance and check the latest traffic conditions and availability of car parking spaces in Hong Kong Port Domestic Car Parks by different channels (e.g. radio announcements and the Transport Department's all-in-one mobile application "HKeMobility") prior to their trips.

The Domestic Car Parks at Hong Kong Port (Car Park 1 to 5) provides 673 private car parking spaces (including 12 disabled parking spaces), 25 motorcycle parking spaces, 14 light goods vehicles parking spaces and 21 pre-booked taxi parking spaces. Car Park 1 is an hourly car park. For other car parks, parking spaces can be booked from 24 hours to 7 days in advance. Motorists, after parking their vehicles, can go to the Passenger Clearance Building for departure clearance and then take the shuttle bus to the Zhuhai Port or Macao Port.

  Domestic Parking Provisions Location Map
  Traffic and Transport Facilities at Shenzhen Bay Port (Hong Kong Port Area) Public Transport Interchange
 

Please visit https://www.hzmbparking.com.hk for details and relevant reservation procedures for parking spaces at the Hong Kong Port Domestic Car Parks.

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4) Cross-Boundary Outbound/Inbound Route
  Outbound Route
  HZMB Hong Kong Port Outbound Route
 

Map: HZMB Hong Kong Port Outbound Route (454 KB)

 
  Inbound Route
  HZMB Hong Kong Port Inbound Route
 

Map: HZMB Hong Kong Port Inbound Route (448 KB)

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Public Transport Services to / from the the HZMB Hong Kong Port

Visitors can use the following public transport services to travel to / from the HZMB Hong Kong Port:

1) Cross-Boundary Coach Services
 

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

2) Cross-Boundary Hire Car Services
 

Visitors can use cross-boundary hire car to travel between Mainland / Macao and Hong Kong via the HZMB. 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.

3) Shuttle Bus Service
  Visitors can take shuttle bus plying between Hong Kong Port and Macao Port, or Hong Kong Port and Zhuhai Port via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. Shuttle Bus included 2 bus routes, which are Hong Kong/Zhuhai route and Hong Kong/Macao route. Shuttle bus operates 24-hour service with peak period headway at 5 minutes;non-peak period headway at 10-15 minutes;overnight period headway at 15-30 minutes.
 
Route Hong Kong – Zhuhai Route
(Between Hong Kong Port and Zhuhai Port)
Hon Kong – Macao Route
(Between Hong Kong Port and Macao Port)
Currency and Fares Single Journey Ticket Concessionary Single Journey Ticket Single Journey Ticket Concessionary Single Journey Ticket
Daytime Nighttime Daytime Nighttime Daytime Nighttime Daytime Nighttime
HKD($) 65 70 33 35 65 70 33 35
  Note:
Daytime period refers to 6.00 a.m. to 11.59 p.m. and nighttime period refers to 12.00 midnight to 5.59 a.m.. Concessionary tickets are available for children aged under 12 or with height under 1.2m, eligible persons with disabilities and elderly aged 65 or above. The concessionary fares will be half of the regular price (The price of each discount ticket will be rounded up to the nearest dollar).
   
4) Franchised Bus Services
 

Airport Bus "A" Routes

Terminal Point

Major Service Areas

Full Fare($)

Citybus
A11

North Point Ferry Pier

Sheung Wan, Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, North Point

$40.0

Citybus
A21

Hung Hom Station

West Kowloon, Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei, Jordan, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hung Hom

$33.0

Citybus
A22

Lam Tin Station

Jordan, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon City, San Po Kong, Kwun Tong, Lam Tin

$39.0

Citybus
A29

Tseung Kwan O (Po Lam)

Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon Bay, Kwun Tong, Tseung Kwan O

$42.0

Long Win Bus
A31

Tsuen Wan (Nina Tower)

Tsing Yi, Tsuen Wan

$18.9

Long Win Bus
A33X

Tuen Mun (Fu Tai)

Tuen Mun Town Centre, Leung King, Tai Hing, Siu Hong

$27.7

New Lantao Bus
A35

Mui Wo

Tung Chung, Tong Fuk, Cheung Sha, Pui O, Mui Wo

Mon. – Sat.:$16.8
Sun./P.H.: $27

Long Win Bus
A36

Long Ping Station

Tai Lam Tunnel Bus Interchange, Yuen Long Town Centre

$27.7

Long Win Bus
A41

Sha Tin(Yu Chui Court)

Sha Tin Town Centre, City One Shatin

$22.3
  All overnight airport bus "NA" routes will serve the Hong Kong Port.
   
  Notes:
  1. On journeys to Hong Kong Port, passengers on other airport bus "A" and "E" routes may interchange the 8 Citybus or Long Win routes listed on the table at bus stops at Airport Terminal 2 and at Lantau Link Toll Plaza respectively.
  2. On journeys to urban area or other areas in the New Territories, passengers from Hong Kong Port may take airport bus "A" routes operating via the Hong Kong Port. Passengers may interchange other Citybus or Long Win "A" and "E" routes at the bus stop at Lantau Link Toll Plaza if necessary.
  3. Passengers who interchange bus routes operated by the same franchised bus company can enjoy concessionary fares by tapping the same Octopus card.
  4. Passengers who need to travel to/from Hong Kong Port in the small hours may take "NA" routes, which terminate at Hong Kong Port.

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5) Green Mini Bus / Other Feeder Route Services
 

Franchised Bus /
GMB

Feeder Routes

Terminal Point

Major Service Areas

Franchised bus

New Lantao Bus B4

Airport

Airport /
AsiaWorld-Expo

Tung Chung line
(MTR Sunny Bay Station)

Citybus B5

MTR Sunny Bay Station

HK Disneyland

Tung Chung line
(MTR Tung Chung Station)

New Lantao Bus B6

Tung Chung (Mun Tung Estate)

Tung Chung Town /
MTR Tung Chung Station

GMB

901

Tung Chung North

Airport Catering Area /
AsiaWorld-Expo

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6) Taxi Services
 

All types of taxis are available for hire at the HZMB Hong Kong Port Public Transport Interchange. There are three types of taxis as listed below, each with its own designated pick-up and drop-off location as well as operating areas. Fare tables are displayed inside the vehicles.

 

Taxi Type

Operating Area

Urban Taxi

Permitted to operate throughout Hong Kong (except Tung Chung Road and southern part of Lantau Island).

NT Taxis
(Green)

Permitted to operate in northwest (i.e. north of Tsuen Wan) and northeast (i.e. north of Sha Tin) New Territories, and some other specified locations including the Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong Disneyland, MTR Tsing Yi Station, MTR Tsuen Wan Station, MTR Hang Hau Station, Shun Lee Estate in Kwun Tong, Accident & Emergency in Tseung Kwan O Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital in Sha Tin, Sha Tin Racecourse and The Public Transport Interchange at the Hong Kong Part Of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Lantau Taxis
(Blue)

Permitted to operate on Lantau Island, in Chek Lap Kok (including the airport island) and the Public Transport Interchange at the Hong Kong Port of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

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Advice to Motorists

 

1) Guidelines for Right-driving Road
 

On the Hong Kong Link Road, you must obey the following driving rules:

  • Keep to the right most lane unless you are heading for a left side exit or overtaking another vehicle.
  • Medium and heavy goods vehicles, buses and vehicles driven by probationary drivers are prohibited from using the left most lane where there are three or more traffic lanes available unless they are heading for a left side exit.
  • Overtake other vehicles on the left only.
  • Don't U-turn or reverse your vehicle.
  • Don't stop or park your vehicle except for breakdown or emergencies.
  • Don't drive on the hard shoulder, the verge or central reservation of the road except during traffic diversions or emergencies.
  • Public light buses, special purpose vehicles, and any vehicle with an engine of cylinder capacity under 125cc (or if the vehicles are solely propelled by an electric motor – electric private car with a rated power less than 7 kilowatts, and electric motor cycle or motor tricycle with a rated power less than 3 kilowatts) and vehicles driven by learner drivers are prohibited, unless prior written permission has been obtained.
  • The maximum speed limit for medium and heavy goods vehicles, buses and vehicles driven by probationary drivers is 70 km/h when the speed limit of the road exceeds 70 km/h.

 

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2) Traffic Signs on the Hong Kong Link Road
 

Pay attention to the traffic signs below:

Buses keep to right most lane
  • Buses keep to right most lane.
Medium and heavy goods vehicles keep to right most or middle lane
  • Medium and heavy goods vehicles keep to right most or middle lane.
Medium  and heavy goods vehicles keep to right two lanes
  • Medium and heavy goods vehicles keep to right two lanes.
Keep  right unless overtaking
  • Keep right unless overtaking.
Right-driving road
  • Right-driving road.
Left-driving road
  • Left-driving road.

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3) Cross-boundary Vehicles Driving on the Right
  Cross-boundary Vehicles Driving on the Right
 

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road (including Scenic Hill Tunnel) is a right-driving expressway. Motorists should keep to the right most lane unless traffic signs or road markings indicate they may do otherwise, or when motorists intend to overtake or turn left or when motorists pass stationary vehicles on the road if necessary. Overtaking other vehicles should be on the left only.

As the HZMB Main Bridge is located within Mainland waters, the right-driving arrangement will be adopted which is different from the prevailing left-driving arrangement in Hong Kong. For the sake of road safety, the right driving arrangement will be adopted at the Hong Kong Link Road which is connecting to the Main Bridge. The left-driving arrangement is merged smoothly with the right-driving arrangement via the two viaducts at the north of the vehicle clearance plaza.

Taking outbound vehicles as an example, goods vehicles and private cars are required to use designated lanes to enter the vehicle clearance plaza.Goods vehicles should use the designated (left-side) lane to exit the clearance plaza, and, through a viaduct, enter the right-most lane (commonly known as "slow lane") of the right-side carriageway. Private cars should use the designated (right-side) lane to exit the clearance plaza, and, through another viaduct, enter the left-most lane (commonly known as "fast lane") of the right-side carriageway. Both types of vehicles will pass through separate 1-km-long viaducts before merging again. At the time of merging, the vehicles will have already switched to the right-driving arrangement on the right-side carriageway, and will be driving on the appropriate lane. For details, please refer to below figure.

The TD has erected clear traffic signs at Hong Kong Port and Hong Kong Link Road and will arrange radio break-in announcements in the Scenic Hill Tunnel so that motorists will clearly know that they are driving on a right-driving road.

  HZMB MAP A
 

The distance from Hong Kong Port to Zhuhai Port and Macao Port of the HZMB is approximately 42 kilometres. No turnaround facility, fuel / liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) filling station or washroom is provided along the expressway. If drivers have to refill the fuel / LPG before leaving Hong Kong, drivers can goto the fuel / LPG filling stations in Hong Kong International Airport or Tung Chung. The travelling time from Hong Kong Port to these filling stations is 7 to 15 minutes.

 

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4) 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.
  • Vehicles travelling between Guangdong and Hong Kong via the HZMB are required to purchase motor insurance policy in the Mainland and Hong Kong. As the HZMB Main Bridge is located within the Mainland waters, the owners of vehicles travelling between Hong Kong and Macao are required to purchase motor insurance policy in Hong Kong, Macao and the Mainland, having regard to the territoriality principle. For details, please refer to the HZMB webpage on the website of the Hong Kong Federation of Insurers (HKFI) at https://www.hkfi.org.hk/hzmb/index.html.

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5) Traffic Management Measures Under Inclement Weather Conditions
  Special traffic arrangement or bridge closure will be implemented in case of inclement weather. Passengers are advised to be alert to the latest traffic news on radio and television.
 
Under High Wind Condition

Stage

Mean Wind Speed

Traffic Management Measures

1

 ≥30km/h

Displaying warning messages at variable message signs

2

≥40km/h

Lowering speed limit to 50km/hr

3

 ≥55km/h

Closure of middle lanes and maintaining speed limit of 50 km/hr

4

≥65km/h

Activating HKLR closure procedures

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

     
 
Under Low Visibility Condition

Stage

Visibility

Traffic Management Measures

1

<350m

Displaying warning messages at variable message signs

2

<250m

Lowering speed limit to 80km/hr

3

<150m

Lowering speed limit to 50km/hr

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6) Traffic Arrangement in case of Emergency
 

Special traffic arrangement or bridge closure will be implemented in case of accidents. Passengers are advised to be alert to the latest traffic news on radio and television.

 

Emergency Telephone Number
In case of incidents or assistance needed at the following locations, passengers can call relevant emergency hotlines:

Main Bridge or Zhuhai Port: 110 (Mainland hotline)
Macao Port: 999 (Macao hotline)
Hong Kong Port or Hong Kong Link Road: 999 (Hong Kong hotline) or 112 that will be connected to the 999 (Hong Kong hotline) from any local mobile phone network with coverage at the location
   
  Vehicle Breakdown

If a vehicle breaks down on the Hong Kong Link Road at a location which poses imminent dangers to the drivers and other road users, the Police will arrange a contractor's towing truck to move it to the nearest safe place. The driver is then required to arrange private towing to leave the scene (Drivers can also arrange for cross-boundary towing if necessary).

Scenic Hill Tunnel, which is a section of the Hong Kong Link Road, is managed by the tunnel operator of the Transport Department. If a vehicle breaks down within the tunnel area, or has an accident, the tunnel operator will arrange recovery vehicle to move the broken down vehicle to the nearest safe location before the driver arranges private towing service to tow away from the tunnel area.

If a vehicle break down on the Main Bridge, the HZMB Authority will arrange tow trucks to move it to the Eastern Artificial Island (about 300 metres from the HKSAR boundary), and the driver is then required to arrange private towing to leave the scene (Drivers can also arrange for cross-boundary towing if necessary).

Drivers are reminded to obtain the contact of companies providing cross-boundary towing services before departure.

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7) Loading and Height Limit
 

The loading and height limits of vehicles in Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao are different. Based on the territoriality principle and depending on the routeing, cross-boundary goods vehicles and cross-boundary coaches are required to comply with the requirements stipulated in the relevant standards, as detailed below:

Mainland: The maximum loading for goods vehicles in Mainland is 49 tonnes. For specific details, please refer to GB1589-2016《道路車輛外廊、軸荷及質量限值》和《超限運輸車輛行駛公路管理規定》(中華人民共和國交通運輸部令2016年第62號).

Hong Kong: The maximum loading for goods vehicles in Hong Kong is 44 tonnes. For specific details, please refer to "Road Traffic (Construction and Maintenance of Vehicles) Regulations" (Cap. 374A).

Macao: The maximum loading for goods vehicles in Macao is 38 tonnes. For specific details, please refer to "Regulamento do Trânsito Rodoviário".

Motorists are reminded that vehicles carrying dangerous goods in Categories 1, 2 or 5 are prohibited from accessing Scenic Hill Tunnel. Motorists using the HZMB are also reminded to check and follow regulations on transporting dangerous goods through the Main Bridge. For details, please visit:
http://zizhan.mot.gov.cn/zfxxgk/bnssj/zcfgs/201604/t20160425_2018244.html

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Application for Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles

1) Application Procedures
 

Vehicles travelling between Guangdong and Hong Kong, and between Macao and Hong Kong must possess Closed Road Permit for travelling in and out Hong Kong. For details, please visit the page on Closed Road Permit for Cross-boundary Vehicles.

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Advice to Visitors

1) General Addvice to Visitors Heading for the HZMB Hong Kong Port
 

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 HZMB 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 
HZMB Hong Kong Section -- http://www.hzmb.gov.hk/en/index.html
Cross Boundary Coach Trade Associations & Operators  Details >>  -
Cross Boundary Hire Car Operators  Details >>  -
Operator of Macao Car Park -- https://hzmbparking.dsat.gov.mo
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Shuttle Bus (Hong Kong) Company Limited 3753 3888  
Hong Kong Guangdong Boundary Crossing Bus Association Limited
[Cross-boundary Coach and Cross-boundary Hiring Car]
2721 5522  
China Hong Kong and Macau Boundary Crossing Bus Association
[Cross-boundary Coach and Cross-boundary Hiring Car]
2782 0738  
New Lantao Bus Company (1973) Limited
[Franchised Bus Routes B4、B6、A35、N35]
2984 9848 http://www.newlantaobus.com
Long Win Bus Company Limited
[Franchised Bus Routes A31、A33X、A36、A41、NA31、NA33、NA34、NA40、NA41]
2261 2791 http://www.lwb.hk
Citybus Limited
[Franchised Bus Routes B5、A11、A21、A22、A29、NA11、NA20、NA21、NA29]
2873 0818 http://www.nwstbus.com.hk
Coronet Ray Development Limited
[GMB 901]
3193 9393  
Transport Department 2804 2600 (Answered by 1823 Call Centre) http://www.td.gov.hk/en/home/index.html
Police Hotline 2527 7177  

 

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.