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At a Glance
    2018-06-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Metro service

SHENZHEN Metro Co. will extend service to midnight Friday, the eve of the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.

On June 18, the last day of the holiday, Metro Line 5 will add two trains at night to carry returning passengers from Shenzhen North Railway Station and Shenzhen East Railway Station in Buji, Longgang District.

Flexible fares

THE city’s transport commission is planning to introduce discounted fares for non-peak commuting periods to encourage workers to stagger their commutes, and thus relieve congestion during rush hours.

Enterprises and institutions in Nanshan, Futian and Luohu districts are encouraged to adopt a flexible working hour mechanism, so that the flexible Metro fare program can be implemented.

In 2018, more measures like raising parking fee standards, expanding the number of restricted roads and areas for non-local vehicles, and setting up more HOV lanes, will be introduced to further solve traffic congestion problems.

Holiday trains

SHENZHEN North Railway Station will add 40.5 pairs of trains between Friday and June 18 for Dragon Boat Festival travelers. The station reminded travelers to arrive two hours in advance due to the travel peak.

No reservations

RESIDENTS who plan to drive to Dapeng Peninsula for the Dragon Boat Festival holiday won’t need to make reservations, according to the traffic police.

Police piloted a reservation program during the May Day holiday by limiting travel to 30,000 private cars a day, hoping to relieve traffic at Dapeng tourist attractions. Official figures showed the quotas were underutilized.

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