Protesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David WongProtesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David Wong
Protesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David Wong

Letters | As Hong Kong protests disrupt the workday, keeping the information flowing could help

  • An integrated “city dashboard” could keep everyone informed of blocked roads, suspended MTR stations, or closed public facilities, while an interdepartmental platform could help the government better manage crises
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David WongProtesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David Wong
Protesters hold a lunchtime rally for a second day in Central on November 12. Real-time information on road, transport and other public service conditions would keep Hongkongers from becoming stranded. Photo: David Wong
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