The smart mobility section of the Hong Kong government’s smart city blueprint. Photo: David Wong

A smarter way to get Hong Kong moving again: put pedestrians and road-based public transport first – not cars

Evan Auyang says the futuristic-looking smart mobility plan does not address the city’s main transit problems – such as overused MTR lines, vested interests among licensed operators and too many private cars

Topic |   Transport and logistics

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The smart mobility section of the Hong Kong government’s smart city blueprint. Photo: David Wong
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