2.3km Tsuen Wan waterfront cycle track fully opens

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    Photo shows the cycling entry/exit hub at Hoi Hing Road.

    19th July 2021 – (Hong Kong)   ​The Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) announced today that the cycle track and cycling entry/exit hub at the Tsuen Wan waterfront have been fully opened. This 2.3-kilometre long cycle track, running from Tsuen Wan Riviera Park to Bayview Garden, forms part of the 82km backbone of the New Territories cycle track network.

    The public can now enjoy the panoramic view of the Rambler Channel and Tsing Yi along the Tsuen Wan waterfront section, which passes public leisure and recreational venues such as Tsuen Wan Riviera Park, Tsuen Wan Park and Tsuen Wan Sports Centre. Ancillary facilities are provided en route, including resting stations, cycle parking areas, and a cycling entry/exit hub with a cycle practising area, toilets, a drinking fountain and sheltered benches for people to rest or enjoy the waterfront.

    The CEDD has arranged bicycle ambassadors to provide assistance to the public in the early days after the cycle track is opened, and will organise from time to time activities to promote cycling safety. For details, visit the thematic website of the New Territories cycle track network at www.ntctn.hk. The route of the Tsuen Wan waterfront section has also been uploaded onto the all-in-one mobile application “HKeMobility”.

    Photo shows the cycle parking areas at the cycling entry/exit hub.
    Photo shows the cycle practising area at the cycling entry/exit hub.
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