The new bypass is expected cut the travelling time between Central and the Island Eastern Corridor from about half an hour to five minutes. Photo: Winson Wong/SCMP

Motorists wishing to use new Central-Wan Chai Bypass should plan ahead and learn rules to avoid problems, Hong Kong government says

  • Long-awaited HK$36 billion bypass opens to traffic from 8am on January 20
  • Drivers should be careful and get to know more about new routes ahead of January 20 opening, officials warn
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The new bypass is expected cut the travelling time between Central and the Island Eastern Corridor from about half an hour to five minutes. Photo: Winson Wong/SCMP
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