AS Central and Tsim Sha Tsui prepare for crowds tonight and on New Year's Eve, police are warning that anyone who discharges aerosol sprays in public could be prosecuted for disorderly conduct. Hawker control teams will monitor the crowds. Many roads will be partially closed. Extra police will enforce crowd control measures. The MTR and KCR will run all night today and New Year's Eve. MTR passengers are advised to use Jordan Station for Tsim Sha Tsui to help reduce congestion. The Light Rail Transit will extend services to 1 am tonight while extra trains will be laid on throughout Christmas Day and New Year's Eve. Hong Kong Ferry is providing two extra 6.45 am sailings to Shekou today and tomorrow. Two extra return sailings will run at 3.45 pm. On New Year's Eve, trams will operate until 2 am between Shau Kei Wan and Kennedy Town. Peak Tram Services will be extended until 2 am. Extra Discovery Bay ferries will run between 1 am and 4 am. The Star Ferry will run until 3 am. From 8.15 pm tonight and on New Year's Eve, the following Tsim Sha Tsui roads are among those closed to traffic: Peking Road between Canton Road and Kowloon Park Drive; Ashley Road between Peking Road and Middle Road; Middle Road from Kowloon Park Drive to Salisbury Road; Hankow Road between Peking Road and Salisbury Road; Salisbury Road between Kowloon Park Drive and Chatham Road South; Nathan Road between Salisbury Road and Mody Road; Chatham Road South (northbound) between Salisbury Road and Mody Road. Throughout the Christmas period the following roads in Central will be closed to traffic every day after 8 pm: section of Chater Road between Pedder Street and Jackson Road; section of Ice House Street between Des Voeux Road Central and Connaught Road Central. Other road closures will depend on crowds.