Joyriders have been warned off the Tung Chung Line which will open at 7am on Monday. The public have been asked not to use the service, running from 7am to 8pm until July 5, unless they really need to travel. After the Chek Lap Kok airport opening on July 6, the service will run at similar times to other MTR lines through its six stations - Hong Kong, Kowloon, Olympic, Lai King, Tsing Yi and Tung Chung. The Airport Express, which will use luxury trains along the same route with fewer stops, will run its first train on July 6. 'Our message is, don't all rush to try something new,' said Transport Department urban area assistant commissioner Ching Kam-cheong. In the airport traffic arrangements announced yesterday, shuttle buses will run from major hotels to Hong Kong station, while Kowloon Motor Bus will continue to run its Airport Express bus services through Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Leaflets about the new line will be available at all MTR stations from Monday. Mr Ching denied the drop-off area around Hong Kong station would become choked with cars depositing airport-bound passengers. He said most passengers would probably reach the station by MTR. It had been estimated that 36,000 people would use the Airport Express each day, while the Tung Chung line could carry up to 250,000 people a day. Mr Ching said the department would consider reducing airport bus services if the Airport Express line proved popular.