In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee
In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee

Pedestrians and cyclists likely to share paths in Hong Kong’s latest bicycle networks

Model represents departure from ‘segregation’ of road users currently practised in city

In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee
In the paper submitted to the Kwun Tong district council, officials proposed to adopt the sharing concept on the 13km Kai Tak cycle track. Photo: Dickson Lee
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