KMB’s all-new Route 78B commences on Monday providing express service from Queen’s Hill to Sheung Shui during morning peaks
From 5 September 2022 (Monday), KMB will introduce a new Route 78B [Queen’s Hill à Choi Yuen], which will depart at 7:00 a.m. and 7:25 a.m. from Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays). The full fare is $6.2, allowing Queen’s Hill and Shan Lai Court residents to enjoy express services to Fanling and Sheung Shui.
Route 78B will depart from Queen’s Hill Bus Terminus and travel along Lung Ma Road and Sha Tau Kok Road Lung Yeuk Tau towards Fanling. It will travel through Tong Hang, Flora Plaza, Yan Shing Court, Ching Ho Estate, North District Hospital, and Sheung Shui Station, benefiting Fanling (South) and Sheung Shui (South) students by providing a new choice in the morning peaks.
Since the residents started moving into Shan Lai Court and Queen’s Hill Estate last year, KMB has been allocating resources, including increased frequency during peak hours and deployed high-capacity bus models to Route 78A [Queen’s Hill – Fanling Station] (Circular). KMB will closely monitor passengers’ demand, and communicate with the Transport Department to enhance the services in Queen’s Hill.
Queen’s Hill Routes 78A and 278A
KMB Routes 78A and 278A [Queen’s Hill ⇋ Tsuen Wan (Nina Tower)] provide daily service, bringing Queen’s Hill and Shan Lai Court residents more convenient travel options. Passengers who take Route 78A can transfer to Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories via Fanling Station Interchange on 26 KMB routes. Together with the MTR interchange discounts and the discount provided by KMB Fare Saver at Shan Lai Court in Queen’s Hill, passengers travelling to and from Queen’s Hill can save up to $3 for every round-trip.
Passengers who take Route 278A can interchange with other KMB routes to Yau Tsim Mong, East Kowloon, and Hong Kong Island via Fanling Highway Interchange. They can transfer to different KMB routes to Mei Foo, Kwai Chung, and Tsing Yi via Shing Mun Tunnels Bus Interchange.
For details, please refer to the annex.
Passengers may call the KMB Customer Service Hotline on 2745-4466 or visit KMB website www.kmb.hk or App1933 for more details.