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Old November 23rd, 2012, 05:33 PM   #1161
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Old November 29th, 2012, 05:15 PM   #1162
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Silence on fate of tragedy bus driver
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Transport chief Anthony Cheung Bing-leung remained silent on the fate of a bus driver involved in last week's three- vehicle pileup on Chai Wan Road in which three people were killed and more than 50 injured.

There has been speculation that the New World First Bus driver suffered an epileptic fit but transport officials were unable to elaborate on this at a Legislative Council panel meeting. Unionists representing bus drivers said forcing them to undergo more health checks will not ensure road safety and that the main culprits are long work hours, short breaks, passenger complaints and road conditions.

Labour Party legislator Lee Cheuk-yan also criticized the government for focusing only on health checks.

Cheung said his bureau has an open mind on calls to review health regulations at the various bus companies. These currently require drivers aged 50 or above to undergo annual medical tests, including checks for diabetes, while those aged 60 or over are required to also have an electrocardiogram.

Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions lawmaker Tang Ka-piu said police and the government may be waiting for a medical report on the driver, but both should regularly update the public to prevent speculation.

He said: "We may write to the Transport and the Housing Bureau to urge them to do so."

Lee also urged the government to rethink the working hours of drivers.

Civic Party lawmaker Kwok Ka-ki agreed, saying long working hours may lead to more health problems.

"The government should not allow bus companies to work their drivers over long periods," he said.

Currently, drivers are not allowed to work more than 14 hours a day, and may do a maximum 11 hours of actual driving.

Cheung said drivers on average work 10 hours a day with 8.3 hours of driving, noting that this is within the limit.

Unionists said drivers also have to face other problems such as complaints from passengers and conditions on the road.

"One driver involved in an accident told our member that he faced huge pressure from the public and that he regretted what happened," NWFB Company Staff Union chairman Lam Kam-biu said. "They are so exhausted both physically and mentally."

Cheung said the bureau will keep an open mind on reviewing the working hours and health checkups of drivers.

He added that there will also be a plan for rearranging bus routes.
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Old November 30th, 2012, 05:00 PM   #1163
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Old December 1st, 2012, 01:06 AM   #1164
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It's amazing to see Hong Kong still using that type of bus. It's very rare to see one of those in Glasgow these days, with the lack of low floor entry.

There are one or two that are occasionally used as back ups, I believe.

A really nice thread. Love seeing every day normal looking British designed buses in the backdrop of Hong Kong. It's a nice novelty.
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Old December 1st, 2012, 04:52 PM   #1165
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That type of Olympian is quite old already so I won't be surprised if they are retired in a few years' time. They were inherited from the old China Motor Bus, which lost its franchise in 1998.

There are a lot of new Wright buses in Hong Kong.
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Old December 3rd, 2012, 10:35 AM   #1166
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KMB pushes for 8.5pc fare rise
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Friday, November 30, 2012

Kowloon Motor Bus asked for an 8.5 percent fare rise yesterday as it spelled out running problems.

And KMB managing director Edmond Ho Tat- man stressed that raising fares is only a short-term solution.

The company says it has lost HK$15 million in the first half of the year.

Reasons for the application included rising fuel prices, higher operating and maintenance costs, and a fall in passenger numbers.

"We won't be able to break even in the long term without modifying existing routes for higher efficiency," Ho said.

The proposed fare increase is partly due to the unsuccessful revision of bus routes, with the Transport Department approving the cancellation of only two of the 156 put forward.

Ho said the average fare per trip now is HK$6 and passengers will pay an extra 53 HK cents if KMB's application is successful.

This will bring in an additional HK$500 million from the company's 2.6 million passengers a day.

"Over 70 percent of our bus routes are suffering from low patronage and the remaining 30 percent of bus routes are subsidizing the others," Ho said.

The Long Win Bus subsidiary has not applied for increases as its bus routes are more cost efficient.

Though the firm made a profit of HK$54.8 million from advertisements, the money has been included in KMB's account to ease financial pressure.

Ho said international fuel prices have risen by 40 percent, while wages have seen a cumulative rise of 9 percent, accounting for half the company's expenditure. In 2010, it applied to increase fares by 8.6 percent but this was slashed to 3.6 percent by the government in 2011.

"We hope a reasonable fare rise will be approved this time, if not our proposed one," Ho said.

Terence Chong Tai-leung, of the Institute of Global Economics and Finance at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said the fare rise is high.

He expects the government to keep the increase to between 5 and 6 percent, around the inflation level.

Coalition to Monitor Public Transport and Utilities spokesman Richard Tsoi Yiu-cheong said the rate of increase is unacceptable.

The Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong's Chan Kam-lam, chairman of the transport panel, said the bus company should not blame falling patronage and should instead review how to cut costs.
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Old December 8th, 2012, 05:20 AM   #1167
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Old December 12th, 2012, 11:37 AM   #1168
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50 hurt in three-bus smash
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More than 50 passengers were hurt in a chain collision of three double-decker buses in Wan Chai during the evening rush hour yesterday.

The pile-up came a week after three people were killed and more than 50 injured when a New World First Bus double-decker rammed into a taxi and crushed it against a KMB bus in Shau Kei Wan.

In yesterday's incident, police said a New World First Bus double-decker on route 115 rammed the rear of a route 101 KMB bus loading passengers at a bus stop at the junction of Johnston Road and Fleming Road outside Tai Yau Building at about 7pm.

The impact sent the KMB bus crashing into another KMB bus - also on the Kennedy Town to Kwun Tong cross- harbor route - at the stop.

Firemen with a mobile platform forced open the back upstairs window of the New World bus to reach one seriously injured passenger.

Most of the other passengers suffered minor injuries but a couple sitting upstairs in the New World bus were trapped for more than 20 minutes.

Chan, the 32-year-old driver of the first KMB bus at the stop, said he was picking up passengers when another 101 bus stopped behind him.

"Seconds later, I heard a loud bang and my bus lurched forward," he said.

He saw the New World No 115 - from Macau Ferry to Kowloon City Ferry - approaching before the crash.

Terrified passengers stumbled out of the three buses and were scattered all over the roadside waiting for ambulances. Some took taxis to hospital.

Wan Chai Fire Station commander Cho
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The injured were sent to Queen Mary, Ruttonjee, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern and Queen Elizabeth hospitals.

The fuel tank of one of the KMB buses was ruptured, spilling diesel on the road.

Police said the investigation will consider whether the weather, human error or mechanical failure were involved.

A New World First Bus spokesman said its bus in the accident was 14 years and had been checked on October 30.

The driver joined the company in December 2002. He reported for duty at 3.10pm and started driving the bus at 4pm yesterday. It was his second trip.

New World First Bus Company Staff Union executive committee member Chung Chung-fai said the distance between vehicles on a rainy day should be at least double the two-second distance under normal circumstances.
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Old December 17th, 2012, 01:55 PM   #1169
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Old December 31st, 2012, 11:49 AM   #1170
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Smooth ride for bus station despite a few bumps
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Friday, December 28, 2012



The first working day at the new bus transit station in Tuen Mun went off smoothly - although a few passengers did board the wrong vehicle.

The Siu Lam station was officially opened on Boxing Day and most of the passengers then were enjoying a holiday.

"The bus transit is still at a preliminary stage and the Transport Department will decide whether to remove some of the routes after getting feedback," said acting transport commissioner Caroline Yip Lai-ching, adding that more than 100 passengers used the facility yesterday.

Kowloon Motor Bus deputy managing director Evan Auyang said commuters generally found the service more convenient than the MTR.

However, some passengers said they were confused and want better signs to direct them to the correct buses.

For instance, KMB Route 61M, which originally went to Lai King, now uses the facility as the final stop. This confused some passengers who wondered how they could reach their destinations.

Another bus transit towards Tuen Mun town is under construction and is expected to open in the second half of next year.
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Bumpy ride for buses as quarter run late
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Friday, January 04, 2013

Passengers were told yesterday something they already knew - that a quarter of buses do not arrive on time.

This was confirmed by the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions which checked on 518 buses serving 66 routes in November and December.

Lawmaker Bill Tang Ka-piu said 127 buses, or 24.5percent were late, some by up to 20 minutes. One third of the late buses serve cross-harbor routes.

The union said route 26, which runs from Lai Tak Tsuen at Tai Hang to Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan, is the service with the most delays.

Other routes that run behind schedule include 40M, from Admiralty to Wah Fu Public Estate at Pok Fu Lam; 258D, from Lam Tin to Po Tin Estate at Tuen Mun; 265M, from Lai Yiu Estate at Kwai Fong to Tin Heng Estate at Tin Shui Wai; and 270A, from Tsim Sha Shui to Sheung Shui bus station.

Tang said the problem may be traced to heavy traffic across the SAR and the growing number of vehicles on the road - about 3percent more, according to Transport Department figures.

Undersecretary for Transport and Housing Yau Shing-mo said the government has written to bus companies, urging them to be punctual.

KMB managing director Edmond Ho Tat-man said only 3percent of its services were not on time. Ho blamed roadworks for affecting schedules and warned delays cannot be rectified immediately.

However, a spokesman for Citybus and New World First Bus said many of the delays were down to demonstrations that resulted in the closure of roads.
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Double-decker burns out on Shenzhen bridge
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A Citybus double-decker was gutted by fire on the Shenzhen Bay Bridge linking Hong Kong and Shenzhen yesterday.

It was the second Citybus double-decker to go up in flames in three weeks.

Nobody was injured in either of the incidents, which the Fire Services Department said were not suspicious.

Just two hours before the incident, a truck parked in a car park in Cheung Sha Wan burst into flames when the driver was unloading equipment. The truck was severely damaged but no one was injured.

At 9.35am, another truck caught fire when it reached the West Kowloon Highway near Yau Ma Tei. The fire was quickly put out, again with no injuries.

The Shenzhen bridge incident happened around 12.30pm as the bus on route B3A was carrying more than 30 passengers from Tuen Mun to the border.

When it reached the Shenzhen end of the bridge, the 30-year-old driver, named Chau, found that the left back tire had punctured and arranged for the passengers to continue their trip on another bus.

But around 12.50pm, Chau noticed the tire was on fire and it spread rapidly through the bus. Firefighters put out the fire in 20 minutes but the bus was gutted.

Traffic toward Shenzhen Bay was paralyzed, with a four-kilometer tailback.

A Citybus spokeswoman said the bus had undergone a regular check on December 26 and passed.

On December 26, a Citybus single-decker on route 606 from Siu Sai Wan toward Choi Hung caught fire in Shau Kei Wan.

The driver was unable to contain the blaze with a fire extinguisher and had to call for help.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University department of mechanical engineering professor Lo Kwok-keung said if there was a problem with the back tire, it could have had a dragging effect on the drum brakes, with friction causing the fire.
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Transport Minister visits Hong Kong
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Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Department of Transport Mr Norman Baker, MP, visited Hong Kong on 16 January as part of a regional visit to China.

The visit started with a British Chamber of Commerce organised breakfast at the Hong Kong Club, where the key focus point was the role of UK companies in the Hong Kong transport sector. During his visit, Mr Baker met Under-Secretary for Transport, Yau Shing-mu. He was given an overview of Hong Kong’s transport system and planned infrastructure developments including major rail projects, road and bridge construction.

Mr Baker also called on a number of leading companies in the transport sector including MTR Corporation, Cathay Pacific and Alexander Dennis to discuss business and investment opportunities. The Consul General, Caroline Wilson hosted a dinner for Mr Baker with key contacts in the low carbon energy and transport sectors.
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