A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam
A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam

Should Hong Kong’s railway scene be opened up to competition to keep the MTR Corp on its toes?

  • Critics say latest signalling glitch has further exposed unresolved governance issues, including poor corporate culture and lack of transparency
  • But lawmaker Michael Tien says problem lies more with the need for operator to be aware of public perception

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam
A man passes an MTR logo at Hong Kong station in Central. Photo: Nora Tam
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