Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP
Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP

Cross-Harbour Tunnel in Hong Kong reopens with long queues for buses after rampage by radical protesters closed link for two weeks

  • Vital transport link between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island closed after firebomb attacks from hard-core protesters
  • Rush hour delays for some bus users, but commuters relieved the route is back in service

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP
Motorists and public transport users were finally able to use the Cross-Harbour Tunnel again following a two-week shutdown. Photo: AFP
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