Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

No manpower cuts at toll booths in Hong Kong’s tunnels even after new e-payment arrangement

Transport Department says it will not lower number of operators, as new process still requires workers to key in vehicle class manually before accepting e-payment

Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Drivers can soon use Octopus, and contactless credit cards issued by local banks namely Mastercard Contactless, Visa payWave and UnionPay QuickPass, to pay tolls at the government’s eight tunnels. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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