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Old May 8th, 2005, 07:12 PM   #201
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Bus TV activist takes message to AGM
Benjamin Wong
12 May 2005
South China Morning Post

The leader of a group opposed to noisy televisions on buses took her protest against the "third-world practice" to the service provider's annual general meeting yesterday.

Jill Taylor, co-chairwoman of Hush the Bus, told shareholders of RoadShow Holdings that although the protest group had accepted the visual disturbance caused by on-board televisons, the noise pollution they created had to be stopped.

"Noisy, intrusive bus TV is an unacceptable, third-world practice unworthy of a developed and sophisticated world-class city," said her group's press release.

Ms Taylor distributed leaflets setting out the group's arguments to shareholders of the KMB subsidiary, which supplies the onboard programming.

She said that while some shareholders would not take the leaflets, others did - only to have RoadShow staff confiscate them later.

Ms Taylor also put questions to RoadShow's board at the meeting in Mongkok's Royal Plaza Hotel.

She said Hush the Bus believed passengers should be given earphones so they could choose whether or not to hear the programming.

"I have no doubt that the reason they resist [earphones] that is because the whole business model relies on not giving people a choice," said the lobbyist, who was attending RoadShow's annual meeting for the fourth straight year.

"That's where the captive audience comes in. If you give people a choice, they are no longer a captive audience."

Speaking after the meeting, RoadShow managing director Winnie Ng said the company's surveys showed the majority of passengers liked and welcomed televisions on buses.

"Some people don't like the service and therefore we've set aside a quiet zone on the bottom deck of buses, offering a choice for the passengers," she said.

"I think it is an acceptable solution."

RoadShow saw a $20.1 million profit last year, compared to a loss of $37 million in 2003. Revenue was up 24 per cent, at $243.4 million.

Company chairman John Chan Cho-chak, who is also managing director of KMB, said economic growth and positive market sentiment would see RoadShow's advertising revenue increase.

RoadShow would continue expansion of its media sales business in the mainland market, he said.
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KMB sets aside $1b for capex
Danny Chung
20 May 2005
Hong Kong Standard

Kowloon Motor Bus Holdings, Hong Kong's oldest bus operator, plans to budget HK$1 billion as capital expenditure next year to buy new buses and fund the development of a luxury residential project.

Managing director John Chan said HK$500 million would be used to add 150 buses to KMB's fleet, while most of the balance would be for developing a property project in Lai Chi Kok.

"We're continuously looking for new opportunities for cooperation on development projects in mainland cities. If there are suitable projects involving KMB, the capital expenditure may even be bigger," Chan said after the firm's annual general meeting.

KMB has been investing in China as it looks to offset stiff competition and a stagnant market at home. In spring last year, it set up a bus joint venture in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, while another began in Shenzhen in March this year.

These are in addition to two bus joint ventures _ in Dalian and Tianjin _ with a taxi and car-rental company in Beijing.

In Hong Kong, KMB is building five luxury residential blocks with about 1,100 units at its old bus depot site at Lai Chi Kok. They are due for completion late next year.

Rising costs continue to threaten the company's bottom line as it could not easily jack up fares since they were last adjusted in December 1997.

Chan said KMB would "strive as much as possible" to avoid fare increases, although some key cost areas rose dramatically from 1998 to 2004. Fuel costs saw a 195 percent increase, tunnel fees 34 percent, insurance 92 percent with staff costs at a more modest 7.4 percent.

KMB, which mostly run bus services in Kowloon and the New Territories, is also facing growing competition, especially from new railways like the Tseung Kwan O, West Rail and Ma On Shan lines.
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巴士歷史迷上腦 容偉釗:我倒轉都識背
17- 04- 2005



 每天在街上行走的巴士多得是,大家未必會對它們行注目禮。不過,有人為了看巴士一面,卻會呆站在街頭等候,他們就是「巴士迷」。以下的一位,比一般「巴士迷」更瘋狂,所指的不是他擁有數千上萬巴士收藏品,而是願意花所有精力和時間,搜尋有關巴士歷史發展資料,更加出版了十多本與巴士有關的書籍,屬於真正的「專家」。
看到年代的變遷



 提到「巴士迷」的收藏,腦海會立刻泛現巴士模型又或巴士物品等。這僅屬於容偉釗收藏一部分,佔更多的是巴士新聞剪報資料,全都按年份分類存放於一個個文件夾內,有系統地猶如一個小型資料館。那裏紀錄的,不僅是過去80多年巴士歷史發展史,更加是他的巴士收藏故事。


50年代巴士站長及稽查員所佩戴的膊頭襟章,左上角那款,圖案為中巴曾經採用的「CMB」標誌。

 約八年前,容偉釗為了編寫巴士書籍,他由早至晚在圖書館裏翻查歷年舊報紙,搜集由20年代至今,所有與香港交通有關的新聞資料,直至圖書館關門他才肯離開,足足維持了兩個月,那時沒有一個職員不記得他。他笑憶述:「太舊的報紙,就要用微型菲林來看,每天離開時,真的有點想吐的感覺,幸好後來掌握了當中的技巧,慢慢習慣了。」


部分60年代車票,是容偉釗在乘客遺失的銀包裏(封塵多年未有認領)找到的,他珍而重之的用郵票簿存放好,成為了私有珍藏。

 容偉釗對於巴士的情意結,其實源於他對研究本地歷史的濃厚興趣,因此不僅是巴士,其他公共交通工具在不同時間的發展情況,他都一清二楚,當然與巴士有關的,更是倒背如流。那年有甚麼巴士線改組、巴士款式變化,甚至某條巴士線途經甚麼地方,都絕對難不到他。坦白說,很少如他年紀的人,會如此喜愛研究歷史,他解釋:「人人喜歡向前望,我倒喜歡向後看,從中我可以看到年代的變遷。」
失物房發現珍品


70年代初,巴士開始不斷加價,市民便購買政府部門或大機構所出售的代用,代替零錢付車資。

 除了剪報外,他亦獨家收藏了不少罕有的巴士舊物,例如巴士車飛、飛鉗、代用券巴士公司職員證、學生乘車半價證、站長襟章,這些已絕物件不能在網上競投得到的,他有幸獲得,一切全因機緣巧合。「預科畢業後第一、二份工,我是在巴士公司擔任公關。那年中華巴士公司於北角車廠要拆卸,我與其他職員偶然發現了一個房間,原來那裏是專門擺放乘客失物的,在那裏我們找到很多六七十年代巴士物品。」對巴士迷來說,當然是如獲至寶,後來他們亦有把部分物品捐給慈機構。


巴士公司職員證及學生半價優惠證,就是容偉釗當年在「神秘房間」內找到的其中一批「寶物」。它們屬於那個年代?看看證上的年分蓋印便知。

 容偉釗說,「巴士迷」其實有不同類別,有的鍾情於巴士形態,所以喜歡在街上拍攝巴士照片,有的愛聽巴士引擎聲音,而他則喜歡研究巴士的歷史。幸好,巴士公司定期都會把停用的物品送給巴士迷會,因此要擁有這些物品,難度也不是太高。不過,他每年都會親身到新加坡一次,站在街頭等候那裏的巴士經過,為的是拍下不同巴士款式。他解釋:「新加坡的巴士車身廣告,比香港的漂亮很多呢﹗」他對巴士研究的專業程度,甚至連巴士公司間中亦會向這位「顧問」查詢資料呢!

1:1玩具 買舊巴士間中


容偉釗收藏巴士物品,除了欣賞其設計具創意外,亦因為它們紀錄巴士在特定時期的發展。

 據容偉釗說,當巴士公司棄用某一型號的巴士時,就會登報把它廢舊鐵售賣,某些瘋狂的巴士迷會買下。「他們會把這架舊巴士收藏到某一空地,再申請一些臨時駕駛執照,間中會到附近駕駛,過癮。」若然大家某天在街上經過,看到一架退役巴士在面前駛過,就毋須大驚小怪。「這就是巴士迷1:1的玩具了﹗」他笑指自己未曾試過,但就曾於街上碰見過。


這些巴士月刊,只有巴士公司的職員才有,同屬容偉釗收藏之一。


連巴士公司的年報亦有收藏,無非是為了更了解巴士的演變史。


二十多年來所搜集得的本地交通新聞剪報,全都順年份編排及入檔,現時藏量(包括影印本及正本)有近七千。


[i]這些九巴車飛袋、車票及飛鉗甚具歷史價值,對於喜愛追尋歷史的容偉釗來說,當然甚具收藏意義。[/img]


這些巴士公司Logo牌,可在巴士公司的客戶中心購買到。


部分巴士模型,是巴士迷會要求巴士公司出產的,好像圖中這三款。


這些已停用的車費牌,是巴士公司轉贈給巴士迷會,再由巴士迷會送給會員的。但據知爛車場亦有得出售,因為工人會把巴士物品拆下來賣給巴士迷,容偉釗也常常到這些地方尋寶。


1998年中巴失去了專營權,所有站牌被運往巴士廠附近空地。圖中兩個站牌被當時帶電視台記者前往訪問的容偉釗意外發現,當然立刻搬番屋企。他指行走天星碼頭及旭和道的13號巴士線甚為傳奇,當年巴士公司突破傳統以「13」命名巴士路線(因13不祥),30年來該路線從沒被更改,十分罕見。


巴士模型容偉釗儲得不多,能吸引他的,都是一些附有車身廣告款式,就如這兩款慶祝香港回歸的巴士模型。


據容偉釗說,巴士物品很少會在網上競投得到,亦因此沒有炒賣價值
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KMB Volvo Super Olympian 12M , ALX500 Bodywork , KR3384


KMB Volvo Olympian 11M , Alexander Bodywork , HT158


KMB Volvo Super Olympian 12M , ALX500 Bodywork , KC3640


KMB Dennis Dragon 12M , Duple Metsec Bodywork , HN8597


KMB Volvo Olympian 11M , Alexander Bodywork , HT8689


KMB Neoplan Centroliner N4426/3 , Neoplan Bodywork , JY4066


KMB Volvo Olympian 11M , Alexander Bodywork , HR2493


KMB Man 24.310 , Berhkof Bodywork , JV2347


KMB Alexander Dennis Enviro 500 , Enviro 500 Bodywork , LE3142


KMB Volvo Olympian 11M , Alexander Bodywork , GL2220


KMB Alexander Dennis Enviro 500 , Enviro 500 Bodywork , LF5804


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nice. Like this type best. KMB Volvo Olympian 11M , Alexander Bodywork , GL2220
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I like the 2 newest models : TransBus Enviro 500 and Wright :

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hee... I saw that one on the right too along Nathan Rd but it wasn't in the list above.

Like its front and curves. Looks prettiest of all so far
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Bus drivers protest after pay talks stall
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Bus drivers protested outside KMB headquarters yesterday after the bus operator and union representatives failed to reach agreement on a pay increase.

Executives of Kowloon Motor Bus Company proposed a rise of 1.7 per cent for all 12,000 workers, which would be the first increase since 2001. This is a step up from a previous offer of 1.5 per cent.

But two unions had separately demanded 3 per cent and 5 per cent.

"The drivers are very upset," said Keung Ping-yuen, secretary of the KMB branch of the Motor Transport Workers General Union, which has demanded a 5 per cent rise. "Everyone feels the company can afford the rise after a wage freeze for a few years."

Negotiations are to resume today. Yesterday's meeting was the ninth since union and company representatives started negotiations in December. But they are running out of time as the increase was to come into effect yesterday. About 80 bus drivers marched from the Mei Foo bus terminal to KMB headquarters carrying banners condemning the company for delaying negotiations and disregarding workers' request for a pay rise.

Mr Keung said his union would meet workers last night to discuss whether to take further action if negotiations failed today. Many of the drivers were encouraged by the recent 2 per cent pay rise at New World First Bus and Citybus.

KMB spokeswoman Susanne Ho said the main reason the company could not meet the workers' demands was the loss of business to new rail lines. The company had lost 10 per cent of passengers to trains, about 300,000 a day, after the Tseung Kwan O line, West Rail, Ma On Shan Rail and East Tsim Sha Tsui extension opened, she said.

KMB employees were given a 2.36 per cent rise in 2001. Their wages have been frozen since and workers only received one-off bonuses of between $750 and $1,000 from 2002 to 2004.
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A Sea of Minibuses in Hong Kong

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Public Light Buses (PLBs) are minibuses with not more than 16 seats. Their number is fixed at a maximum of 4,350 vehicles. Some PLBs are used on scheduled services (green minibuses) and others on non-scheduled services (red minibuses).

Red minibuses are free to operate anywhere, except where special prohibitions apply, without control over routes or fares. There are 1677 red minibuses in December 2004. In year 2004, RMBs carried about 471,000 passengers daily.



Green minibuses (GMBs) operate on fixed routes at fixed fares. In December 2004, there were 72 GMB routes on Hong Kong Island, 81 in Kowloon and 199 in the New Territories, employing a total of 2,673 vehicles. In year 2004, GMBs carried about 1,240,000 passengers daily.

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Wow,... , so many vehicules that are just the same..
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Some of them are equipped with television.
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Why minibuses and not normal buses???/
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A fleet of Toyota Coasters is much less expensive to purchase and maintain than 12m Alexander Dennis.
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Mini buses are used for short distances and they cost less than ther average bus.
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