Opposing motions passed in LegCo panel meeting on franchised taxi plan

Opposing motions passed in LegCo panel meeting on franchised taxi plan

Transport chief says any future enhancement can go hand in hand with the pilot franchise scheme despite the taxi industry crying foul over lack of…

Port in Hong Kong: The Blue Economy turning blue

Port in Hong Kong: The Blue Economy turning blue

The good old days are gone and Hong Kong needs to come up with a new strategy for its shrinking shipping industry. (Photo credit: Mk2010…

ERP MythBusters: Cases of Foreign Cities

ERP MythBusters: Cases of Foreign Cities

In the midst of the heated debate on implementation of Electronic Road Pricing‭ (‬ERP‭) ‬scheme in the Central Business District‭ (‬CBD‭) ‬of Hong Kong‭, ‬many…

Premium Taxis – one stone cannot kill two birds

Premium Taxis – one stone cannot kill two birds

Ever fancy riding a Mercedes S-Class or Tesla for a taxi journey, with a wifi connection and a besuited driver greeting you warmly? You don’t…

ERP is an inconvenient option but should not be omitted

ERP is an inconvenient option but should not be omitted

To charge or not to charge – that is the question. (Photo credit: Jeni Zhi) (Content paid for and supplied by HK Roadside)

Increasing light bus seating capacity won’t strengthen public transport

Increasing light bus seating capacity won’t strengthen public transport

Public transport in Hong Kong needs a better rethink than just increasing the seating capacity of public light buses. Mismatch between public transport modes should…

Legco election prospects: Liberal Party’s transport sector menace

Legco election prospects: Liberal Party’s transport sector menace

This new analysis series will present some key contests in the upcoming Legco elections. Our first features the transport functional constituency.

電子道路收費必然失敗

電子道路收費必然失敗

立法會選舉前膽:航運交通界暗湧初現

立法會選舉前膽:航運交通界暗湧初現

港報自本週起將對不同立法會選區的焦點對奕作出分析,本週率先聚焦航運交通界。

Multiple payment options for parking meters proposed

Multiple payment options for parking meters proposed

By late 2016, Visa, MasterCard and UnionPay users may be able to use their cards to pay for parking in some urban areas under a…