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Old December 24th, 2005, 07:06 PM   #321
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Judge rules out compensation for man injured in fall from bus
24 December 2005
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The family of a man who suffered severe head injuries after falling out of a bus has had its $18 million claim against KMB dismissed.

Deputy High Court judge Gerard Muttrie dismissed the claims of Catherine Yuen Wai-sheung made on behalf of her husband, Chow Shu-ki, who was left in a vegetative state after he fell backwards from the middle door of a KMB bus when it stopped on Princess Margaret Road in Kowloon on December 14, 2001.

She had sued KMB and the bus driver, Shum Wai-ming, for about $18 million for lost income, continuing medical costs and unspecified damages, but Judge Muttrie found there was no case to answer.

"This is an unfortunate accident which has resulted in catastrophic injuries to [Mr Chow]," he said in the Court of First Instance. "Unfortunately, I do not see any way that the defendants can be held liable for it."

Mr Chow had boarded the bus at Polytechnic University along with several other passengers, one of whom he was arguing with about queue jumping.

The argument began again at the Greenfield Terrace stop on Princess Margaret Road, and after some limited physical contact between the two as people were getting off the bus, Mr Chow was seen lying on the ground.

Mr Chow's wife alleged that KMB had breached its duty of care to her husband by allowing the bus to become overcrowded, causing her husband to be pushed out by other passengers, and that Mr Shum was negligent for not noticing the argument and opening the door.

But the judge disagreed.

He found there had been some kind of incident between Mr Chow and the other man, and that Mr Chow had his back to the door when other passengers started getting off. Those exiting passengers jostled Mr Chow and he fell from the bus backwards, hitting his head. There was little if anything the bus company or the driver could have done to stop it.

"Crushing and jostling in the process of alighting is to be expected," Judge Muttrie said. "I do not see that there is any way that a bus operator can stop it. Nor do I see that it is obliged to, so long as it takes reasonable steps to make the exit reasonably safe."

The judge found that even if there was a fight, there was nothing the driver could have done about it at that instant as the doors were already open.

"On general principles the KMB can expect passengers to act like normal human beings. People do not normally get into physical confrontations in the doorways of buses, as happened here," he said.
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Are those double deck buses only found in HongKong?

I want some for the Philippines too.
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Old December 27th, 2005, 08:36 AM   #323
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Are those double deck buses only found in HongKong?

I want some for the Philippines too.
They're almost everywhere in Asia especially in Singapore and mainland China!

The Philippines used to have double decker buses! But they had to get rid of them since they couldn't fit in most underpasses!
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Macau used to have double decker buses in 1970s-80s. The two bus compaines, Transmac and TCM, used the second-hand double decker buses from UK and HK. They were mainly servced between Macau Peninsula and Taipa. They finally get rid of them since these buses could only run on wider main roads as many of the roads in Macau are too narrow, and there were not enough passengers on Taipa to cover the high maintainmence cost.
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Okay, thanks for the clarification.
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I think Hong Kong has the best bus system in Asia! It's clean, safe, ultramodern and cold as well!
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It's clean, safe, ultramodern and cold as well!
Cold!? Actually, you can adjust the A/C in the newer buses!
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Cold!? Actually, you can adjust the A/C in the newer buses!
It's a good thing though Because it can be a pain during the summers when you have you walk, sweat and then take a bus where the aircon is insane!
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Old December 29th, 2005, 07:39 AM   #329
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Health fears over bus air-conditioners

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

Chester Yung
Hong Kong Standard
Thursday, December 29, 2005

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

The Green Student Council claims that not only are bus companies wasting energy, they are also putting commuters at risk of catching flu.

Members of the student group, comprising secondary school and university students, supported by Kwai Tsing District Council member Lam Siu-fai, protested outside the Kowloon Motor Bus depot in Lai Chi Kok. The company could not be reached for comment Wednesday, but according to its Web site, air-conditioning filters out dust and improves the air quality inside buses.

"According to tests conducted overseas, after the air conditioning has been functioning for 20 minutes, the amount of dust in the air is reduced by 30 percent compared with normal ventilation," the KMB Web site said.

But the Green Student Council's Chu Tze-wing said that these filters had been installed in only 600 of KMB's 4,300 buses.

"Dust filtering is also different from virus filtering as the virus is much smaller than dust," Chu said, adding that fresh air is better than filtered air.

Chu's claim is supported by the Indoor Air Quality Association, a US- based nonprofit organization, which says air quality at the roadside is better than that inside air-conditioned buses.

At present more than 80 percent of KMB buses are air-conditioned.
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Old January 3rd, 2006, 07:26 PM   #332
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Health fears over bus air-conditioners

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

Chester Yung
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Thursday, December 29, 2005

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

The Green Student Council claims that not only are bus companies wasting energy, they are also putting commuters at risk of catching flu.

Members of the student group, comprising secondary school and university students, supported by Kwai Tsing District Council member Lam Siu-fai, protested outside the Kowloon Motor Bus depot in Lai Chi Kok. The company could not be reached for comment Wednesday, but according to its Web site, air-conditioning filters out dust and improves the air quality inside buses.

"According to tests conducted overseas, after the air conditioning has been functioning for 20 minutes, the amount of dust in the air is reduced by 30 percent compared with normal ventilation," the KMB Web site said.

But the Green Student Council's Chu Tze-wing said that these filters had been installed in only 600 of KMB's 4,300 buses.

"Dust filtering is also different from virus filtering as the virus is much smaller than dust," Chu said, adding that fresh air is better than filtered air.

Chu's claim is supported by the Indoor Air Quality Association, a US- based nonprofit organization, which says air quality at the roadside is better than that inside air-conditioned buses.

At present more than 80 percent of KMB buses are air-conditioned.
i just hate to hear ppl ask for non-a/c in winter and a/c in summer. if they are willing to pay more to support two fleets, i am sure the companies are willing to do so. nwfb and ctb had had no more non-a/c buses running, and kmb should replace everything by the end of this year according to the company's plan a few years ago.
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Health fears over bus air-conditioners

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

Chester Yung
Hong Kong Standard
Thursday, December 29, 2005

It is cold enough outside, so why turn on the air-conditioners in buses, a green group asked Wednesday.

The Green Student Council claims that not only are bus companies wasting energy, they are also putting commuters at risk of catching flu.

Members of the student group, comprising secondary school and university students, supported by Kwai Tsing District Council member Lam Siu-fai, protested outside the Kowloon Motor Bus depot in Lai Chi Kok. The company could not be reached for comment Wednesday, but according to its Web site, air-conditioning filters out dust and improves the air quality inside buses.

"According to tests conducted overseas, after the air conditioning has been functioning for 20 minutes, the amount of dust in the air is reduced by 30 percent compared with normal ventilation," the KMB Web site said.

But the Green Student Council's Chu Tze-wing said that these filters had been installed in only 600 of KMB's 4,300 buses.

"Dust filtering is also different from virus filtering as the virus is much smaller than dust," Chu said, adding that fresh air is better than filtered air.

Chu's claim is supported by the Indoor Air Quality Association, a US- based nonprofit organization, which says air quality at the roadside is better than that inside air-conditioned buses.

At present more than 80 percent of KMB buses are air-conditioned.
i just hate to hear ppl ask for non-a/c in winter and a/c in summer. if they are willing to pay more to support two fleets, i am sure the companies are willing to do so. nwfb and ctb had had no more non-a/c buses running, and kmb should replace everything by the end of this year according to the company's plan a few years ago.

The Green Student Council hasn't considered there are already heaters inside the new A/C buses!!! Nevertheless, I support the act of opening the windows of the A/C buses when the temperture outside isn't too hot nor too cold (around 17C-22C) and the relative humidity is low (<=60%). It DOES save fuel for not switching the A/C on and the fee could be lowered at that time.
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Prepaid bus fare plan abandoned

Bus companies will scrap an unpopular prepaid fare discount offered to long- haul commuters as part of an agreement during the negotiations to extend the 10-year franchises for Citybus, Kowloon Motor Bus and New Lantau Bus, transport chief Sarah Liao said.

Michael Ng
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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Bus companies will scrap an unpopular prepaid fare discount offered to long- haul commuters as part of an agreement during the negotiations to extend the 10-year franchises for Citybus, Kowloon Motor Bus and New Lantau Bus, transport chief Sarah Liao said.
However, the return-journey discount, on routes with one-way fares exceeding HK$15, will be 10 percent, as opposed to 15 percent.

Legislators welcomed the new arrangements, saying the adjustments will balance the interests of the public and bus franchisees.

The Executive Council endorsed the latest amendments.

Liao, secretary for the environment, transport and works, said it was the best deal the government could arrange at the moment.

The most significant adjustment was the scrapping of the prepaid requirement for the proposed fare discount offered to long-haul commuters.

When the proposal was raised by the government last November, operators were severely criticized by legislators and the public for their insincerity in offering the discount, as commuters risked paying double fares if they made the prepayments but failed to take the return trip on the same day.

But Liao said operators have agreed to drop the prepaid requirement and commuters can receive their gross fare discount while taking their return journey.

This measure will be effective on 98 long-haul routes from February 19 and will be reviewed after three years.

For the routes with fares between HK$10 and HK$14.90, the discount will remain unchanged at 5 percent.

Liao, however, said the lower discount will still benefit 900,000 long- haul commuters.

For other concessions, the number of routes covered for so-called bus-to- bus interchange schemes will rise from 167 to 306 routes, or 70 percent of local bus routes with fares below HK$10.

Starting January 28, senior citizens over 65 can pay a standard fare of HK$2 on Sundays and public holidays.

Asked why the government had not required the discount to be eligible for single journeys, Liao said it would cut into bus operators' surplus and possibly affect services.

Legislative Council transport panel chairman Lau Kong-wah said the new arrangements offered by the bus companies were acceptable.

"Basically the measures have taken care of the affordability of the public and the operation of bus companies," Lau said.

But fellow panel member and Democratic Party legislator Andrew Cheng was disappointed the bus operators refused to cut single-journey fares.

Citybus said it is shouldering its social responsibility in responding to public calls for fare concessions.

It maintains that it operates in a tough business environment, amid rising oil prices and increased competition from the railways.
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Every Chinese New Year brings special liveries on Hong Kong's buses. Here is one celebrating the upcoming Year of the Dog on an old Volvo Olympian by Killing my Love ~ from a Hong Kong transport forum :





... and by KN3208 :







Here's the Citybus Year of the Dog livery by EH4323 :



Dennis Tridents were perhaps the oldest set of the new buses that started arriving in Hong Kong in the late 1990s - by Halberd~JT4785.



Neoplan Centroliners have been in Hong Kong for a number of years. Their bodies are quite strong. One fell off a bridge and down the slopes below and the frame was still very much intact. Unfortunately, the people inside were thrown out of the bus from the force and many of them died .

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The Wright bus is the newest model to arrive in Hong Kong - by EH4323 :



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The Transbus Enviro is the 2nd newest model.

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By DF 9534 - I've seen photos of this type of bus in Dublin, Victoria (Canada), Las Vegas and New York as well!



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Bus firms agree to clean up their act Environmental moves give HK a lead in use of zero-sulfur fuels
15 January 2006
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Hong Kong buses may lead Asia in the use of zero-sulfur fuels after franchised companies agreed to environmental improvements, the transport chief said yesterday.

By 2009, the three franchised bus companies will be using zero-sulfur diesel oil and their buses will be fitted with emission-reduction devices, Commissioner for Transport Alan Wong Chi-kong said. Only Japan has moved to the much cleaner fuel for its public transport system.

City buses will also be fitted with black boxes to monitor the driver's performance and improve road safety. All buses will have black boxes, which cost about $10,000 each, by next year.

The new conditions are to be added to the government's franchise agreements with Citybus, New Lantao Bus and Kowloon Motor Bus.

The three are seeking to extend their franchises for another 10 years, after their current ones expire in 2007, on June 30, March 31 and July 31, respectively.

Sulfur in diesel directly contributes to the formation of particulate matter of less than 10 microns in diameter in engine exhaust. These are linked to health problems, particularly respiratory conditions. Zero-sulfur fuels contain less than 10 parts per million of sulfur.

Also by 2009, buses owned by the three companies are to be retrofitted with continuous regenerating traps to further reduce particulate matter. The retrofitting will cost up to $100 million.

Mr Wong said Citybus and KMB had committed to deploying additional buses of Euro III or IV standard on busy roads such as Des Voeux Road Central, Queensway, Hennessy Road, Yee Wo Street in Causeway Bay and Nathan Road to help reduce roadside emissions.

This could reduce each bus' emissions of particulate matter by up to 94 per cent, carbon monoxide by up to 65 per cent, and hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides by up to 54 per cent.

Mr Wong said it was possible that in three years, only low-emission buses would ply busy roads like those in Causeway Bay and Central.
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新防撞欄可擋巴士
28/01/2006

【本報訊】自二○○三年七月發生屯門公路巴士墮下山坡意外後,路政署委聘顧問進行全球首次雙層巴士防撞欄測試及研究,並按撞擊數據建立電腦模型。結果證明多款經改良及新設計的防撞欄,能有效阻止巴士越欄或翻側。該署已斥資八千萬元,在三十九個高危路段進行防撞欄加固工程,餘下位於東區走廊及大老山隧道公路上的兩個新發現高危路段,加固工程則在新財政年度中展開。

改良設計全合要求
路政署助理署長吳錦池表示,屯門公路意外發生後,該署改良了五款現有防撞欄及增設一款有四支橫杆的新防撞欄,並按屯門公路意外專家小組所指位於十六個路段有潛在危險的三十九個優先地點陸續安裝。

與此同時,署方委聘顧問用三部分別重二萬公斤的舊雙層巴士,及一部重一千五百公斤的私家車,並選址北京進行全球首次的巴士撞欄測試,結果顯示巴士及私家車損毀情況都在可接受範圍,亦沒有出現巴士越欄的問題。顧問隨後利用撞擊測試所得的數據,建立一個電腦模型,供其他防撞欄進行電腦模擬測試,結果全部改良設計表現都達到要求。
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What's so funny about the last picture? I think I still don't get it T_T
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What's so funny about the last picture? I think I still don't get it T_T
The Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB) driver on the left is cycling where the New World First Bus (NWFB) driver on the right is going to have his duty! Actually, KMB is much larger than the NWFB!
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