William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong
William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong

As losses pile up, owner of Hong Kong’s Citybus, New World First Bus urges overhaul of system for adjusting fares

  • Franchised bus operator calls for MTR-style open, transparent system of annual fare reviews
  • Two rounds of fare increases will not be enough to make up for massive losses, says operator

Topic |   Transport and logistics
William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong
William Chung, vice-chairman of Bravo Transport Services, has called for changes to the way bus fares are adjusted. Photo: Felix Wong
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