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  1. Shanghai car parks... a space odyssey

    Posted Mar 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Daniel Ren Shanghai held a public consultation last month on a draft plan to relieve its chronic shortage of car parking spaces. But even if it is implemented, the plan is unlikely to be of much help. The city government is considering ways to better use car parks in residential compounds after people drive their cars to work. The draft suggests residential compounds should open ...

  2. Police plans for Central parking fall on deaf ears

    Posted Jan 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... their officers to monitor parking problems is a waste of resources. A crackdown on illegal parking in Central last month involving more than 400 officers saw a rise in the issuance of parking tickets. But a police source said this would not solve the problem in the long term. On one day last month police also issued 302 tickets in Kowloon East for illegal parking and other parking offences. ...

  3. Nissan to set up Infiniti plant in China

    Posted Apr 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... in Xiangyang, Hubei. According to an environmental assessment by the Dalian Environmental Protection Bureau, however, Dongfeng has already submitted an application to build a 5.04 billion yuan (HK$6.18 billion) factory in Dalian, with an annual capacity of 240,000 passenger cars. Nissan will launch a new version of its mid-size Infiniti M35 hybrid sedan at the Beijing Auto Show on Monday while ...

  4. Look what's just around the bend

    Posted Jun 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Software, it seems, is more reliable than humans behind the wheel. But even though the Google car has a special licence, it's still decades in the future for most of us. Between then and now, ... be distracting to the driver, depending on your point of view. But connecting to a home PC to download music and updating navigation software on the go should appeal to some. An early effort ...

  5. Crackdown on illegal parking in Central will cut pollution levels

    Posted Feb 08th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Hutchison Whampoa has announced that the car parking facilities at the Cheung Kong Center are not being fully utilised ('Activists fear zoning changes will cut open public space', January 21). Therefore, I would like to ask our new Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang Wai-hung, when we can expect a crackdown on the endemic illegal parking on upper and lower Ice House ...

  6. Department's live online route-finding guide has its limits

    Posted Apr 28th 2010, 12:00am by Anita Lam

    ... at home before setting out. There are also some gaps in the information. A search at drss.td.gov.hk for ways to go from Central to various country park trails, for example, failed to yield results ... The map also does not show metered parking spaces and any car park with less than 100 spaces, and it cannot say if they are full. The system offers estimated driving times based on real-time ...

  7. Police should be seen to be acting on traffic black spots

    Posted Oct 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... indifference shown towards the kind of illegal conduct that directly affects the lives of ordinary people on a daily basis. For example, the illegal parking situation in some areas is effectively out of control. Double parking is now prevalent outside the Prince's Building for much of the day and even treble parking can sometimes be seen outside the old Legislative Council building. Illegal ...

  8. Motorists could face road tolls and fewer parking spaces

    Posted Oct 08th 2008, 12:00am by Anita Lam

    ... Cheung Chi-fai and Anita Lam Drivers could battle to find a parking space and face paying tolls to use some of the city's roads under a series of controversial transport management ... proposal is to cut the number of parking spaces. A 25 per cent cut in car parks might lead to a 2 per cent reduction in private car use. In the longer term, it was suggested a vehicle quota system ...

  9. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Time for Hong Kong to reclaim the streets

    Posted Aug 19th 2012, 12:00am by Gavin Coates

    ... of vehicles is the obvious solution. On-street parking should be eliminated and access permitted for bona fide deliveries only, rather than allowing people-carriers to block the roads with their idling engines. There is more than enough off-street parking to cater for them. Removing unnecessary traffic will improve access for emergency and public transport vehicles. Creating ...

  10. Get this show off the road

    Posted Jul 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... to own a car in this public-transport-friendly city (our congested roads, high registration fees and ludicrous parking costs say a lot about the sort of people who insist on buying wheels), ...




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