A train station that was a target of anti-government protests and subsequently closed will reopen on Saturday, the MTR announced.
But University station in Sha Tin will still have limited services, with some exits and display screens out of action, as MTR staff need more time to return the East Rail line stop to normal.
The line, running between Hung Hom and border terminals at Lok Ma Chau and Lo Wu, is a key artery connecting Kowloon with the northern New Territories.
The rail firm said last month that University station was so badly damaged that the restoration was no different to rebuilding it. During clashes between police and protesters on the nearby Chinese University campus in November, glass was shattered, communication facilities were destroyed, equipment was taken from the control room, and ticketing machines and turnstiles were trashed.