Lung Cheung Road (Chinese: 龍翔道, Pinyin: Lóngxiáng Dào) is part of Route 7 in Hong Kong, linking Kwun Tong Road at Ngau Chi Wan and Ching Cheung Road near Tai Wo Ping. It is a dual 3-lane carriageway for its entire length.
Kwun Tong (connected by Kwun Tong Road) in Eastern Kowloon was the main manufacturing centre of Hong Kong during the 1960s. To provide a more efficient link to the Kwai Tsing Container Terminals and other industrial districts in the west, two roads were built along the hills to the north of developed Kowloon. The easterly one is Lung Cheung Road.
There are 8 major junctions along this road: Nam Cheong Street, Tai Wo Ping Interchange, Lion Rock Tunnel, Chuk Yuen Road, Ma Chai Hang, Po Kong Village Interchange, Hammer Hill Road and Ngau Chi Wan.
... A/E Lung Cheung Road (West Exit) B1/B2 Lung Cheung Road (East Exit) B3 Wong Tai Sin Temple C1 Ching Tak Street/Lung Cheung Road Junction C2 Ching Tak Street D1 Bus Terminus D2 Ching Tak ...
... Park southeast of Tung Chung and facing Urmston Road 56 Shek Uk Shan 481 Sai Kung West Country Park Sai Kung, New Territories 57= Muk Yue Shan 479 Lantau North Country Park. 105 The Twins North 363 on Hong Kong Island 106 Bird's Hill (Lung Shan) 360 m near Pat Sin Leng Country Park and near Kwan Tei Temple 107 Cham Tin Shan 356 m Ma On Shan Country Park north of ...
... service on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays Express service via Yeung Uk Road $16.0 934 Bayview Garden ↔ Wan Chai KMB Express Peak Hours only, no service on ...
... Route Terminals Type of service Notes Standard bus fare 30 Cheung Sha Wan ↔ Allway Gardens Local $5.7 30X Whampoa Garden ↔ Allway Gardens Express $8.1 31 Tsuen Wan ...
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