Hong Kong Police Force Sham Shui Po Division strives to combat illegal parking through publicity at bus stops
Illegal parking at bus stops causes not only traffic obstruction but also obstructs public transport operations, makes trouble for disabled passengers when boarding and alighting the bus, and jeopardises the safety of road users. Sham Shui Po Division from the Hong Kong Police Force has recently stepped up the enforcement and publicity efforts against illegal parking at bus stops.
Sham Shui Po Division mounted an operation against illegal parking by displaying promotional banners and notices at bus stops. Drivers who violate the regulations and affect bus services could be fined, and the vehicles may be towed away.
The Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd. (“KMB”) has been concerning the impact of illegal parking on bus services. It is much appreciated that the Hong Kong Police Force stepped up publicity and education efforts to alleviate the problem of illegal parking and ensure the safety of passengers and road users.
Passengers, who want to report illegal parking, may call the KMB Customer Service Hotline on 2745-4466, press “6” after selecting the language, or LiveChat with us on App1933 to provide more details. KMB would transfer the case to the police.
|Police displays banners and notices at Shum Shui Po District, warning drivers not to park illegally at bus stops.|
|Some signboards are posted at the lower positions of bus stop poles to ensure drivers can see the relevant warnings and reminders.|
Passengers may call the KMB Customer Service Hotline on 2745-4466 or visit KMB website www.kmb.hk or App1933 for more details.