Monday, December 22, 2014   

MTR service disrupted between Shatin and Taipo Market
(06-30 15:02)

East Rail Line train service is disrupted due to overhead line damaged by burst water pipe outside Fo Tan Station. MTRC said.
Service between Sha Tin Station to and from Tai Po Market Station is now suspended.
Trains between Hung Hom Station and Sha Tin Station are running every eight minutes. Service between Tai Po Market Station and Lo Wu Station is also running every eight minutes.
Trains between Tai Po Market Station and Lok Ma Chau Station are now running every 15 minutes.
Free MTR shuttle bus service is being arranged between Sha Tin Station and Tai Po Market Station, via Fo Tan Station and University Station. But the operator also ask passengers to consider using other transport.   
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