MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong MTR

Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation seeks to allay fears of congestion over shorter train models to replace existing versions for Sha Tin-Central link

  • Operator says move by middle of the year is to adapt to platform designs along section of costly rail link when it becomes fully functional in 2022
  • All existing 12-car trains for the East Rail line will be replaced with nine-car versions

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MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
MTR management staff James Chow (left) and Sammy Wong at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
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