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eTraffic News

Serious traffic accidents and emergency road works would inevitably lead to traffic congestions.  “eTraffic News” provides the latest news of traffic incidents and service disruption of public transport services, allowing users to plan their journeys and change the routings to avoid congested areas, thereby maintaining smooth traffic flow on Hong Kong’s roads.

Planning Your Journey

Learn about useful travel information and tools which help you to plan your journey, such as live travel information and route search service.

Hong Kong eRouting

For drivers who want to save time and cost when traveling from Wan Chai to Tai Po, “Hong Kong eRouting” may help you. It provides point to point driving route searching service for pre-trip planning. It provides route suggestions by textual and map display with estimated travel time, distance and toll information. Other information such as driving information, parking information (including real-time parking vacancy information of some car parks) and special traffic news is also shown.

Real-time Road Traffic Information

You can view the latest traffic conditions and special traffic news including traffic speeds of main routes and roads in Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories South, snapshot images provided by the CCTV of the Transport Department and cross-harbour journey time between Hong Kong and Kowloon.

“Driving on Lantau Island” Scheme

You can drive a private car to South Lantau for recreational and leisure purposes by applying for a Lantau Closed Road Permit under the scheme using the online service provided by the Transport Department. 

Special Traffic & Transport Arrangements

Find the recent special traffic and transport arrangements announced by the Transport Department and be prepared when you are on the road.

Reporting Road Damages or Defects Online

You can file a report on road damages or defects online here.

Reporting Faulty Traffic Signs or Road Markings Online

Report traffic sign or road marking faults online with the form available here.

Last review date: September 2016