Commuters clash with anti-government protesters who try and stop an MTR train from leaving Fortress Hill station on Monday morning, but services are running smoothly on Tuesday morning. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong traffic returning to normal after strike chaos leads to transport disruption, police station sieges and tear gas dispersals

  • Major highways clear, MTR and bus services running normally, but handful of roads closed to traffic and authorities warn of damaged traffic lights
  • Network back on track after Monday’s anti-government strike paralysed key routes, before protests descended into violence
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Commuters clash with anti-government protesters who try and stop an MTR train from leaving Fortress Hill station on Monday morning, but services are running smoothly on Tuesday morning. Photo: Winson Wong
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Anti-government protesters stage a roadblock at the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel, causing a major disruption to the transport network in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong residents wake up to transport chaos with suspended train service, blocked roads and cancelled flights as extradition bill protesters launch citywide strike

  • City comes to standstill in morning as protesters block roads, disrupt train services and airport officials skip duty, resulting in cancellation of flights
  • Scuffles break out between commuters and protesters at MTR stations, while police rush in to clear blockade at Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anti-government protesters stage a roadblock at the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel, causing a major disruption to the transport network in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong
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