Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang
Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong MTR

Commuters face another day of MTR service delays after ‘unacceptable’ signal failure causes unprecedented train crash

  • Software system allowed two trains to pass through crossing at same time, says MTR managing director Jacob Kam
  • Extra services on public transport put on as trains on Tsuen Wan line between Central and Admiralty remain suspended

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang
Passengers arriving on the Tsuen Wan line from Tsim Sha Tsui had to change trains at Admiralty after Monday morning’s crash. Photo: Sam Tsang
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