Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority
Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority

Hong Kong’s largest public transport interchange, with city’s first air-conditioned bus depots, to open at Kwun Tong on April 2

  • Two-storey facility will have a bus terminal serving eight routes on the upper floor and a minibus terminal serving 21 routes on the lower platform
  • Air-conditioned indoor waiting area will be linked to shopping centre, and artificial intelligence will help ensure safety at bus gates

Topic |   Future of transport
Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority
Sensors linked to an artificial intelligence system will be installed at each bus gate to enhance safety standards. Photo: Urban Renewal Authority

Corrected [2:10am, 23 Mar, 2021]

  • [2:10am, 23 Mar, 2021]

    This article has been updated to correct the name of the managing director of the Urban Renewal Authority. It is Wai Chi-sing, not Eric Poon Shun-wing.

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