Hong Kong’s first automated parking system to commence service on Thursday in Tsuen Wan

Hong Kong’s first automated parking system will commence service on Thursday after a two-year trial.The system, aimed at easing a shortage of parking spots, is installed in a short-term tenancy car park at the junction of Hoi Shing Road and Hoi Kok Street in Tsuen Wan. The site has a total of 245 parking spaces, of which 78 are automated.“The automated parking system can further increase the number of parking spaces and [boost] spatial efficiency,” said Ricky Ho Wai-kee, assistant commissioner…


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