List of Bus Routes in Hong Kong - Kowloon and New Territories Routes - MTR East Rail Line Feeder Bus Routes

MTR East Rail Line Feeder Bus Routes

These routes are actually operated by KMB, under the name of MTR. For more information, see the MTR Feeder Bus page.

Route Terminals Type of service Notes Standard bus fare
K12 Tai Po (Eightland Garden) Tai Po Market Station Local $3.6
K14 Tai Po Central Tai Po Market Station Local Morning Peak Hours Only $3.6
K17 Fu Shin Estate Tai Po Market Station Local No service on Sundays and public holidays $3.6
K18 Kwong Fuk Estate Tai Po Market Station Local No service on Sundays and public holidays $3.6

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