14th January 2021 – (Hong Kong) The Transport Department (TD) today reminded the public that the following temporary traffic and transport arrangements will be implemented from about 1.30am to 5.30am this Sunday to facilitate road works:
(A) Road closure
The section of Lung Cheung Road westbound between Chuk Yuen Road and Nam Cheong Street will be temporarily closed to all vehicular traffic.
(B) Traffic diversions
- Vehicles on Lung Cheung Road westbound will be diverted via Chuk Yuen Road, Junction Road, Waterloo Road and Cornwall Street;
- Vehicles on Lion Rock Tunnel Road southbound to Lung Cheung Road westbound will be diverted via Waterloo Road and Cornwall Street;
- Vehicles on Lung Cheung Road westbound to Lion Rock Tunnel Road northbound will be diverted via Chuk Yuen Road, Junction Road and Waterloo Road;
- Vehicles on Chuk Yuen Road northbound to Lung Cheung Road westbound will be diverted via Ma Chai Hang Road, Fung Mo Street, Fu Mei Street, Junction Road and Cornwall Street; and
- Vehicles on Chuk Yuen Road northbound to Lion Rock Tunnel Road northbound will be diverted via Ma Chai Hang Road, Fung Mo Street, Fu Mei Street, Junction Road and Waterloo Road.
(C) Bus diversions
During the road closure period, the Lantau Island bound departures of three Citybus overnight routes, namely Nos. N26 (Yau Tong – Tung Chung Station), N29 (Tseung Kwan O (Hong Sing Garden) – Tung Chung Station) and NA29 (Tseung Kwan O (Po Lam) – Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Port), will be diverted. Some of the bus stops will also be suspended or relocated. Please refer to the TD’s website (www.td.gov.hk/en/traffic_notices/index_id_60772.html) for details.
The bus company will display notices to advise passengers on the arrangements. Passengers are advised to pay attention to the arrangements of route diversions and suspension or relocation of bus stops.
Appropriate diversion signs will be erected on-site to guide motorists. The TD anticipates that owing to the diversion arrangements, the travelling time at the road sections concerned will be slightly lengthened. Motorists should exercise tolerance and patience.
Members of the public are advised to plan their journeys in advance and allow sufficient traveling time to cater for unexpected delay, and stay alert to the latest traffic news through the media or the TD’s mobile application “HKeMobility” or website (www.td.gov.hk).