Kwai Chung Road (Chinese: 葵涌道; pinyin: Kuíchōng Dào; Cantonese Yale: kwai4 chung1 dou6) is throughway in Kwai Chung of the New Territories in Hong Kong, one of the busiest road in Hong Kong. The Transport Department classified it as trunk road.
It is built in 1960s for the two main development projects in Hong Kong, one for the Tsuen Wan New Town, another for Kwai Chung Container Port. The road replaces the Castle Peak Road as the main connection between Tsuen Wan and Kowloon. It hosts most public bus routes from Tsuen Wan, Kwai Chung and Tsing Yi to Kowloon and vice versa. There are about one hundred bus routes using this road.
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