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Buses
THE KOWLOON MOTOR BUS COMPANY
(1933) LIMITED (KMB)
operates bus routes in Kowloon and the
New Territories as well as cross-harbour
services.

When KMB was founded, its bus fleet
consisted of 106 small, single-deck
buses. Today KMB is the largest bus
operator in Hong Kong with 3,832 buses,
mostly double-deckers. With more than
12,000 staff, KMB operates a network of
429 bus routes carrying about 2.62 million
passengers every day. Fares range from
$3.1 to $12.9 for
urban routes, from $1.9 to $45 for the
New Territories routes and from $8.4 to
$35.6 for the cross-harbour routes.

Having played an active part in the
development of Hong Kong over the
years, KMB has became one of the
world's largest privately run public bus
companies and gained recognition as an
international leader in public bus
transportation.

An on-board Electronic Bus Stop
Announcement System has been
installed on KMB’s entire bus fleet.
The system provides passengers with a
convenient way of identifying their
destination, giving voice announcements
in Cantonese, Putonghua and English, and
showing the name of the next bus stop on
light emitting diode (LED) displays.
CITYBUS LIMITED started operating buses
in 1979 using one double deck bus on a
shuttle service for the employees of a
Hong Kong dockyard. By 1981 the search
for new business resulted in the
operation of our first residential bus route
between City One Shatin and Kowloon
Tong MTR station. This route is still
operating as route 62R and was Hong
Kong's first fully air conditioned bus route.

In 2003 Citybus became a member of
NWS Transport Services Limited which
also owns New World First Bus Limited
and now operates 108 bus routes,
including 59 Hong Kong Island routes, 30
cross-harbour routes, and 19 routes to
Tung Chung/Airport.

Fares range from $2.5 to $10.6 for Hong
Kong Island routes, from $9.3 to $32.2 for
the cross-harbour routes, and from $3.50
to $48 for Shuttle, External and Airport
routes.

At the end of 2014, the Citybus fleet of 958
licensed buses carried about 655,000
passengers a day.
THE NEW LANTAO BUS COMPANY (1973)
LIMITED (NLB) operates 22 Lantau Island
routes and one New Territories route with
fares ranging from $3.1 to $43.

At the end of 2014, the fleet comprises of
110 single-deckers and two
double-deckers carries an average of 67
000 passengers daily carries an average
of 67 000 passengers daily.

The greatest traffic occurs during
summer and on Sundays and public
holidays due to recreational demands.
THE MASS TRANSIT RAILWAY
CORPORATION (MTR) provides feeder bus
services for the convenience of
passengers using its networks.

To further add to your convenience when
using the Light Rail service, you will also
enjoy an integrated fare system that
offers free travel on the feeder bus
services that link many housing estates
to designated stations when using your
Octopus Card,

The MTR operates a total of 17 routes,
including West Rail and Light Rail feeder
bus services, residential routes and
express routes, as well as an additional
six East Rail feeder routes operated
under a KMB franchise.

The MTR Bus fleet comprises 143 buses,
which provide service for 19 hours every
day.
LONG WIN BUS COMPANY LIMITED was
granted the franchise to operate bus
routes for Hong Kong International Airport
and North Lantau in 1996, and started to
operate bus routes travelling between the
airport and the New Territories in 1997.

It operates 19 routes with a fleet of 172
air-conditioned buses.

Daily patronage is about 94,000
passengers and fares range from $3.5 to
$30.9.
2003 Dennis - Kowloon Motor Bus Company Route 111
2006 Volvo Wright - Kowloon Motor Bus Company Route 671
KMB Air-Conditioned Double-Decker Bus
KMB Air-Conditioned Double-Decker Bus Interior Upper Deck
Kowloon Motor Bus Company. Buses like these do not have air-conditioning.
Kowloon Motor Bus Company. Single deck air-conditioned buses like these mostly serve rural areas.
Citybus Route 10 runs between North Point and Kennedy Town on the north side of Hong Kong Island
Citybus. Interior of 1998 Volvo Air-Conditioned Double-Decker. Note the TV screens showing infotainment or rather advertisements...
Citybus. Single Decker Air-Conditioned.
Citybus Route E11 - Double-Decker Air-Conditioned
Cityflyer. This bus links the city with Hong Kong International Airport and is equipped with storage racks for luggage on the lower deck.
More Citybus photos to follow
NEW WORLD FIRST BUS SERVICES
LIMITED (NWFB)
operates 49 Hong Kong Island routes, 33
cross-harbour routes and 8 routes
serving Kowloon and Tseung Kwan O.

The fully air-conditioned fleet of 719
buses carries about 500,000 passengers
daily.

Fares range from $3.2 to $9.8 for Hong
Kong Island routes, $3.4 to $10 for
Kowloon and Tseung Kwan O routes and
from $8.4 to $35.6 for the cross-harbour
routes.
New World First Bus. 2001 Volvo Alexander Super-Olympian
New World First Bus. Dennis Alexander Super-Olympian
New World First Bus. Neoplan. Double-Decker Air-Conditioned
New World First Bus. Dennis Trident. Double-Decker Air-Conditioned
New World First Bus. 1992 Leyland. Part of the China Motor Bus Company fleet acquired by NWFB
More Citybus photos to follow
New World First Bus. Air-conditioned Single-Decker bus.
Single Deck Air-Conditioned
Single Deck Not Air-Conditioned
NLB Minibus
Airport Service : Mui Wo to Chek Lap Kok International Airport
Feeder buses of the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation
Double Decker Air-Conditioned KCRC bus
Double-Decker Non A/C
Photo to follow
Single Deck Air-Conditioned KCRC bus on Yuen Long Main Street
Dennis Trident Alexander - Double Decker Air-Conditioned
Single Deck Air-Conditioned
Long Win Buses
Double Decker Air-Conditioned Airport Service
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