Yau Ma Tei Station

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  • 0.4% of people who visit Hong Kong include Yau Ma Tei Station in their plan

  • 46.15% of people start their Yau Ma Tei Station visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Yau Ma Tei Station

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

58.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Yau Ma Tei Station

People normally club together Nathan Road and Yau Ma Tei while planning their visit to Yau Ma Tei Station.

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Yau Ma Tei Station, Hong Kong Reviews

  • Very efficient, super easy to find your way. Look out for the map above the train and platform doors. Love the MTR. Avoid travelling at peak times if you value your intimate space😂😂

  • Very comfortable for whom with big luggage or baby stroller.

  • Yau Ma Tei,Mong Kok And Prince Edward Are The Only Lines With Kwun Tong And Tusen Wan Line Interchanges.

  • Yau Ma Tei Station is the stop and transit point for MTR Kwun Tong Line and Tsuen Wan Line. It was opened on December 22, 1979 and is under construction by the Kinmen / Kier / Lilley Construction affiliate. Before the opening of the Kwun Tong Line Extension, the site is the westbound terminus of the Kwun Tong Line. With the opening of the extension of the Kwun Tong Line, this station opens the last train to Ching Ling Ridge at 23:01 on October 23, 2016, officially ending the 34-year history of the station as the westbound terminus of the Kwun Tong Line . On the morning of the same day, the first bus to pick up from the Whampoa Station to replace the westbound terminus of Kwun Tong Line As the Kwun Tong Line opened to traffic, the site became a mid-way station in Kwun Tong Line, the two directions of the train must have their own lane, and not as usual, not fixed access to the station platform 3,4, or the right Trains will have the chance to stagger in the old U-turn tracks. To ensure traffic safety and stability, the orbital tracks between Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei have been re-assigned. Jointly with the platform number of the station, we also need to make relocation to each other. In the end, two Kwun Tong Line platforms on our site exchanged platform numbers starting from June 11, 2016 to facilitate the commissioning of the pilot project before the opening of the Kwun Tong Line extension [7]. From August 21 onwards, passengers can only take the train on the 3rd platform in the direction of Tunjingling and the platform 4 on the 4th is changed to drop-off. The train will continue to Huangpu Station, then turn back to the station on the 3rd platform. [8] [9] It is worth mentioning that stations No.3 and No.4 of this station have actually not met the numbering criteria of "single upward, double downward" on the platform of the MTR. In the past, the station No. 3 platform (uplink number) is really the downlink section, while the platform No. 4 (downlink number) actually belongs to the uplink section. Since the rails of Yau Ma Tei Station No. 3 platform are directly connected with the rails of No. 3 platform (up) of Mong Kok Station and the rails of No. 4 platform (downlink) of Mong Kok Station are connected with the rails of No. 4 platform of this station, The driving directions of the trains at this station are actually "lower left and right upper" [10], different from the "upper left and lower right" driving directions of other sections. When the Kwun Tong Extension was opened to traffic, the train will continue to Ho Man Tin and Whampoa stations in the direction of "lower left and upper right". Before the construction of the extension of the Kwun Tong Line, storage trailers have been fitted with storage carts on the platforms 3 and 4 of the Kwun Tong Line. If there is a bad car, the trains can be parked in moorings to avoid affecting the operation of trains. Therefore, It will not be used on weekdays and the track will extend to the vicinity of the junction of Gascoigne Road and Nathan Road. After the storage of the tail rail, two further sections of a total length of 70 meters (50 meters and 20 meters respectively) and 2.5 meters diameter cable tunnel [11]. The relevant section of the Kwun Tong Line extension has become a part of the vehicular tunnel at Yau Ma Tei Station to Ho Man Tin Station. Under special circumstances, some MTR trains in the Kwun Tong Line will be temporarily out of service after the clearance of passengers. The platform will inform the passengers by radio.

  • It’s one of the lost important station .... a lot of things around that station ... it’s on Nathan road the biggest road in HKK

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