Gloucester Road

Gloucester Road looking east from the Wan Chai pedestrian overpass next to the Immigration Tower. About 90% of the daily journeys are made with public transportation, the highest in the world. It is almost entirely private and highly efficient while at very low cost. It consists of buses, coaches, minibuses, trams, cable cars, ferries, hydrofoils, helicopters and escalators.

Gloucester Road looking east from the Wan Chai pedestrian overpass next to the Immigration Tower.
About 90% of the daily journeys are made with public transportation, the highest in the world. It is almost entirely private and highly efficient while at very low cost.
It consists of buses, coaches, minibuses, trams, cable cars, ferries, hydrofoils, helicopters and escalators.

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