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Old April 29th, 2013, 05:50 PM   #1201
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Old May 5th, 2013, 08:36 PM   #1203
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More Powerful and Reliable, the gBus² Is Ready for Trial
KMB Press Release


The new gBus²

Following the trial of the gBus (supercapacitor bus) in Hong Kong in 2010, KMB now begins the trial of the next generation “gBus²” with a higher electricity storage capacity which achieves twice the driving range of the previous generation.

Mr. Edmond Ho, KMB’s Managing Director, said, “KMB has been putting a great deal of effort into enhancing environment protection by exploring various kinds of zero-emission technologies in recent years. The arrival of the gBus² is an important step towards our target.”

The new gBus², after being fully charged, can run continuously for 8 to 10 kilometres, which is equivalent to a journey from Tsim Sha Tsui to Kwai Fong. Compared to the previous gBus, trialled in 2010 which can run continuously for 4 to 5 kilometres after being fully charged, the gBus² has twice the driving range. “The increase in driving range means fewer charging stations. This is an advantage for operating on busy roads in Hong Kong, and can also help save infrastructure costs. For certain short-distance routes, gBus² can operate without any charging stations en-route,” Mr. Ho added.

The gBus² is 12 metres long, 2.55 metres wide and 3.84 metres high. In addition to having a longer driving range, the gBus² can run at a maximum speed of 70km per hour, which is faster than the 50km per hour of the first generation gBus, and this better suits the roads in Hong Kong with different speed limits. The operational flexibility of the gBus² is also improved, as its gradeability is 15% compared to 12% for the first generation.

KMB has set up a charging station at Lai Chi Kok Depot and the trial of the gBus² in Hong Kong will last for at least six months. The trial will include pressure tests under different weather and road conditions, loading tests and reliability tests. The gBus² will make whole-day trips between Mei Foo and Lai Chi Kok Depot such that operational and technical data can be recorded for further evaluation. The trial is not open to serve the public at the moment.

In common with the first generation, the gBus² is powered by ‘supercapacitor’ technology and does not require an extensive network of continuous overhead cables to operate. This makes it suitable to operate on the busy roads in Hong Kong. Because of the rapid charging rate of supercapacitors, charging can be conducted at bus stops while passengers board and alight, taking approximately 30 seconds for each kilometre of power to be stored in the gBus². In line with KMB’s commitment to environmental protection, used supercapacitors and batteries will be collected by suppliers for recycling.

Introduced for trial in 2010, the first generation of gBus has shown that it can run quietly and smoothly, and is suitable for running in Hong Kong’s road conditions, operating effectively in Hong Kong’s hot, humid and stormy weather conditions. In the loading tests and reliability tests, it also achieved satisfactory results. The supercapacitors performed satisfactorily in charging and discharging, and the performance of the batteries, motor management systems and charging stations was satisfactory too.

At the end of March 2012, KMB submitted a proposal to the Government suggesting the deployment of supercapacitor buses on a new Route 5M, a circular route plying between Ping Shek bus terminus and Eastern Road, with a total of four bus stops. Charging stations are proposed to be set up at the two bus stops at Ping Shek and Eastern Road. If the proposal is approved, the route will be operational starting from mid 2013.

We have also proposed a supercapacitor bus route in the Kai Tak Development Area to be operational before the completion and commissioning of the proposed monorail. This proposed bus route would connect Kwun Tong Hoi Yuen Road, the Kai Tak Development Area and Kowloon Bay Railway Station, with a total of 12 bus stops in each direction, including four bus stops equipped with charging stations.

Bus specifications : http://www.kmb.hk/en/news/press/arch...204261651.html
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Old May 11th, 2013, 05:49 AM   #1204
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Old May 13th, 2013, 05:41 PM   #1205
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Old May 14th, 2013, 02:54 PM   #1206
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2012-04-26
More Powerful and Reliable, the gBus² Is Ready for Trial
KMB Press Release


The new gBus²

Following the trial of the gBus (supercapacitor bus) in Hong Kong in 2010, KMB now begins the trial of the next generation “gBus²” with a higher electricity storage capacity which achieves twice the driving range of the previous generation.

Mr. Edmond Ho, KMB’s Managing Director, said, “KMB has been putting a great deal of effort into enhancing environment protection by exploring various kinds of zero-emission technologies in recent years. The arrival of the gBus² is an important step towards our target.”

The new gBus², after being fully charged, can run continuously for 8 to 10 kilometres, which is equivalent to a journey from Tsim Sha Tsui to Kwai Fong. Compared to the previous gBus, trialled in 2010 which can run continuously for 4 to 5 kilometres after being fully charged, the gBus² has twice the driving range. “The increase in driving range means fewer charging stations. This is an advantage for operating on busy roads in Hong Kong, and can also help save infrastructure costs. For certain short-distance routes, gBus² can operate without any charging stations en-route,” Mr. Ho added.

The gBus² is 12 metres long, 2.55 metres wide and 3.84 metres high. In addition to having a longer driving range, the gBus² can run at a maximum speed of 70km per hour, which is faster than the 50km per hour of the first generation gBus, and this better suits the roads in Hong Kong with different speed limits. The operational flexibility of the gBus² is also improved, as its gradeability is 15% compared to 12% for the first generation.

KMB has set up a charging station at Lai Chi Kok Depot and the trial of the gBus² in Hong Kong will last for at least six months. The trial will include pressure tests under different weather and road conditions, loading tests and reliability tests. The gBus² will make whole-day trips between Mei Foo and Lai Chi Kok Depot such that operational and technical data can be recorded for further evaluation. The trial is not open to serve the public at the moment.

In common with the first generation, the gBus² is powered by ‘supercapacitor’ technology and does not require an extensive network of continuous overhead cables to operate. This makes it suitable to operate on the busy roads in Hong Kong. Because of the rapid charging rate of supercapacitors, charging can be conducted at bus stops while passengers board and alight, taking approximately 30 seconds for each kilometre of power to be stored in the gBus². In line with KMB’s commitment to environmental protection, used supercapacitors and batteries will be collected by suppliers for recycling.

Introduced for trial in 2010, the first generation of gBus has shown that it can run quietly and smoothly, and is suitable for running in Hong Kong’s road conditions, operating effectively in Hong Kong’s hot, humid and stormy weather conditions. In the loading tests and reliability tests, it also achieved satisfactory results. The supercapacitors performed satisfactorily in charging and discharging, and the performance of the batteries, motor management systems and charging stations was satisfactory too.

At the end of March 2012, KMB submitted a proposal to the Government suggesting the deployment of supercapacitor buses on a new Route 5M, a circular route plying between Ping Shek bus terminus and Eastern Road, with a total of four bus stops. Charging stations are proposed to be set up at the two bus stops at Ping Shek and Eastern Road. If the proposal is approved, the route will be operational starting from mid 2013.

We have also proposed a supercapacitor bus route in the Kai Tak Development Area to be operational before the completion and commissioning of the proposed monorail. This proposed bus route would connect Kwun Tong Hoi Yuen Road, the Kai Tak Development Area and Kowloon Bay Railway Station, with a total of 12 bus stops in each direction, including four bus stops equipped with charging stations.

Bus specifications : http://www.kmb.hk/en/news/press/arch...204261651.html
I am very happy to read about this development. I hope research into this area will continue to make further progress such that this technology will support longer and longer route between charging.

I am curious who is holding the patent to this? Who are the other various parties conducting similar research and how's there progress?

Appreciate if anyone can shed some insights.

Thank you.
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Old May 16th, 2013, 03:21 PM   #1207
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I am very happy to read about this development. I hope research into this area will continue to make further progress such that this technology will support longer and longer route between charging.

I am curious who is holding the patent to this? Who are the other various parties conducting similar research and how's there progress?

Appreciate if anyone can shed some insights.

Thank you.
I presume the patent(s) should revolve around supercapacitors.
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Old July 9th, 2013, 05:28 PM   #1211
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End of road fear on 200 routes
The Standard
Wednesday, July 03, 2013

About 200 bus routes may be scrapped amid government plans to reorganize public transportation services in Western and Southern districts after the opening of two MTR links in the next two years.

Since the West Island Line - linking Sheung Wan to Kennedy Town - and the South Island Line - from Admiralty to South Horizons in Ap Lei Chau - will come into service next year and the year after, respectively, public transport must be reorganized, the Transport and Housing Bureau said.

In a paper submitted to the Legislative Council's subcommittee on railway matters yesterday, the bureau said that the commissioning of the two lines will affect bus and green minibus routes operating within the catchment areas of the new MTR stations in Western and Southern districts. That is because the new stations would be within walking distance for most people living or working in these areas.

"To maintain the efficiency and financial viability of the [surface] network, the service level of bus and green minibus routes have to be adjusted appropriately through route cancellation, diversion or frequency reduction [and other measures]," the bureau said.

"It is expected that about 200 buses will be saved under the proposed public transport reorganization plans.

"This will help reduce vehicular flow on busy urban roads, thereby relieving traffic congestion and reducing roadside emission."

Chung Chung-fai, chairman of the New World First Bus staff union, said he expects the company to reorganize loss-making routes.

But he added that management earlier pledged not to lay off staff after the revamp.

Across the harbor, Kowloon Motor Bus will reconfigure Northern District lines this summer in the first stage of a territory-wide route reorganization.

The government earlier said the reorganization would involve cutting or merging underused and overlapping lines to increase efficiency.

The reorganization will also see the frequency of service on busy routes increased and new routes added where necessary.

After Northern District, a similar route reorganization plan will be implemented in other districts in the second half of the year.

The reorganization aims to reduce road congestion, operation costs and gas emissions from buses.
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Bus routes in line for ax
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Thursday, July 11, 2013



Twenty-five bus routes through Western face revisions - including the chop - with the opening of the MTR's West Island Line next year.

Proposals for change presented by the Transport Department come with an estimate that passenger numbers will fall 30-40 percent.

Plans are for 23B, 113 and M47 to be canceled, 13 routes combined, seven on rearranged timetables and two with route changes.

Reginald Chan Ying-kit, a principal transport officer in the department's bus and railway branch, said the plans will go to the Central and Western District Council for further consultation.

"We hope a consensus can be reached on the final proposal in the first quarter next year," he said. "It will be implemented by stages as the West Island Line is put in service."

Consultations on other bus rerouting meantime continue in areas such as Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai.

There has been fierce opposition to route changes in Northern District among other places.

Assistant commissioner of bus and railway Macella Lee Sui-chun said the department will seek to streamline routes rather than simply cutting some.

"We understand there are always voices against it," she said. "We're not simply cutting down routes but ... rearranging those that are duplicated and optimizing the remaining ones. Passengers will always have a choice.

"Low passenger flow is also not the only indicator when evaluating if we should cut the routes or not."

Proposals are made with a view to reducing traffic jams and better air, Lee added. "We'll always strike a balance between benefits for society and room for bus companies running a business."
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Tuen Mun Road Bus-Bus Interchange (Tuen Mun bound) to be commissioned on July 27
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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The Transport Department (TD) announced today (July 23) that the Tuen Mun Road Bus-Bus Interchange (Tuen Mun bound) (BBI) located near Tai Lam Kok in Tuen Mun will be commissioned on July 27, 2013 (Saturday).

The BBI provides a convenient interchange facility for residents in Tuen Mun/Yuen Long and along Castle Peak Road. Bus passengers can interchange bus services at the BBI and travel to Tuen Mun or Yuen Long Districts.

A total of nine short-haul and seven long-haul bus routes will start calling at the BBI upon its commissioning.

These routes are:

(I) Short-haul
* 53 (Yuen Long (East) - Tsuen Wan West Station Public Transport Interchange)
* 57M (Shan King Estate - Lai King (North))
* 58M/58P (Leung King Estate/Tin King Estate - Kwai Fong Station)
* 59M (Tuen Mun Pier Head - Tsuen Wan Station)
* 60M (Tuen Mun Central - Tsuen Wan Station)
* 61M (Yau Oi (South) - Lai King (North))
* 66M/66P (Tai Hing - Tsuen Wan Station)
* 67M (Siu Hong Court - Kwai Fong Station)
* 68A (Long Ping Estate - Tsing Yi Station)

(II) Long-haul
* 52X (Tuen Mun Central - Mong Kok (Park Avenue))
* 60X (Tuen Mun Central - Jordan (To Wah Road))
* 61X (Tuen Mun Station - Kowloon City Ferry)
* 259D (Lung Mun Oasis - Yau Tong)
* 260X (Po Tin - Hung Hom Station)
* 263 (Tuen Mun Station - Sha Tin Station)
* E33 (Tuen Mun Central - Airport (Ground Transportation Centre))

More routes will be diverted to call at the BBI in August and September.

Passengers heading towards Tuen Mun or Yuen Long by making interchange at the BBI will enjoy free interchange or only be charged the fare difference between the routes concerned. The bus companies have provided bus route information at the BBI to advise passengers of the bus interchange arrangements.

For more details about the traffic and bus service arrangement, members of the public may contact 1823 or browse the Transport Department website at www.td.gov.hk.
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The last time I was in Hong Kong in 1989, double-decker buses were not very comfortable and definitely not air-conditioned! Things have sure changed since then....
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