Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong MTR

Letters | New MTR trains are a nightmare for Hong Kong’s daily commuters on East Rail Line

  • The once smooth and efficient commute is now fraught with service disruptions, and overcrowded carriages make it a health risk during a pandemic

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
Morning commuters change platforms on the East Rail Line on July 14, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of coronavirus infections. New nine-car trains were introduced on the line on February 6, 2021, amid the city’s fourth wave of Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
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