Kwun Tong Line

The Kwun Tong Line is one of the ten lines of the MTR network in Hong Kong. It starts at Yau Ma Tei in West Kowloon and ends at Tiu Keng Leng in Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung. It is indicated in green on the MTR map. During the morning rush hour, the Kwun Tong Line utilises 27 trains on the tracks and keeps a 2.1 minute train interval. It currently travels through 15 stations in 27 minutes along its route.

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List Of MTR Stations - Kwun Tong Line
... Kwun Tong Line Livery Stations Photo Connections District Opened — Whampoa Kowloon City (Planning in progress) — Ho Man Tin █ East West Corridor Kowloon City (Planning in progress) Yau Ma Tei ...
List Of MTR Stations - Tsuen Wan Line
... Tsuen Wan Line Livery Stations Photo Connections District Opened Tsuen Wan Tsuen Wan 10 May 1982 Tai Wo Hau Kwai Tsing/Tsuen Wan 10 May 1982 Kwai Hing Kwai Tsing 10 May 1982 Kwai Fong Kwai Tsing ...
Kwun Tong Line - Future Development
... The MTRC proposed to extend the Kwun Tong Line, from Yau Ma Tei to Whampoa Garden via Ho Man Tin ... new interchange station at Ho Man Tin will connect the Kwun Tong Line with the new Sha Tin to Central rail line ...
Ma Tau Wai Station - Neighbouring Stations
... Link Ho Man Tin towards Tuen Mun Hong Kong MTR stations and Light Rail stops East Rail Line Hung Hom █ Mong Kok East Kowloon Tong █ Tai Wai █ Sha Tin Fo Tan Racecourse University Tai Po Market Tai Wo ...
Choi Hung Station - Station Layout
... machine Automatic teller machines L2 Platforms Platform 1 █ Kwun Tong Line towards Tiu Keng Leng Platform 2 █ Kwun Tong Line emergency platform Platform 3 ...

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