Hong Kong cross-border travel: ports in Futian, Man Kam To, and Shenzhen would be given 50,000 daily quotas

According to information obtained, the Hong Kong S.A.R. government agreed to allocate a total of 50,000 quotas every day for cross-border travel with the Chinese mainland through three ports.

The three ports are:

  • Futian (Lok Ma Chau)
  • Man Kam To
  • Shenzhen Bay.

According to local media sources, all commuters using the three ports must register online in order to receive the quota on a first-come, first-served basis.

Futian Port, which connects Hong Kong and Shenzhen via the Lok Ma Chau Spur Line, may be spared with 35,000 daily quotas, while Shenzhen Bay Port can handle 10,000 travelers per day and the Man Kam To Port can handle 5,000. Plans that apply still need to be put into action.

After cross-border travel resumed, the high-speed train in West Kowloon and the Luohu Port might not be scheduled to open initially, the sources noted.

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