If the definition of a developed society is one where rich people take public transport, Hong Kong remains backward, socially as well as technologically. Photo: Winson Wong
Philip Bowring
Opinion

Opinion

Philip Bowring

The rich in Hong Kong don’t take public transport. No wonder our road policies are a mess

  • The government’s inability to tackle our transport problems, from road congestion and illegally parked cars to the protectionist taxi trade and haphazard system of tunnel tolls, comes down to this: the upper classes, including senior bureaucrats, love their cars

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If the definition of a developed society is one where rich people take public transport, Hong Kong remains backward, socially as well as technologically. Photo: Winson Wong
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