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The Transport Department (TD) launched a new version of the "HKeMobility" mobile application.

It provides a one-stop platform for the public to conveniently search for information including routes of different transportation modes, journey time, transport fares, etc. and disseminates real-time traffic news to enhance user experience and facilitate public’s mobility. (including walking, driving, taking public transport, etc.).

The key features of “HKeMobility” includes: -

1. More real-time traffic and public transport information (including speed map, paring vacancy and real-time arrival information);

2. Personalised traffic and transport information (including self-setting short cuts, bookmarking for frequently visit public transport stops, car parks, etc.);

3. Walking route search information covers all 18 districts in Hong Kong. The search function also offers barrier-free route options;

4. Provide elderly mode, to facilitate elderly obtaining traffic and transport information.

What’s New

Version 6.0.13

- Enhanced UI with new features from v6.0
- Hint to user on setting device location as origin for route searching in efficient way
- Improved performance
- Updated traffic news user interface

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

dap12321 ,

Data good, performance poor

Data is the best. Google maps doesn’t show nearly as many options. But interface is VERY laggy, app is slow, needs other apps for some basic information (bus arrival time), and it doesn’t show your current location in the route overview screen (ie how do I get to the bus stop?). Should also order best routes to take NOW, not which is shortest assuming you catch the bus with perfect timing.

Andykaia ,

The map......

When I click the first stop,the map will appear the right place, but when I click the second stop, the map show the wrong place......

EChanBVF ,

Worst app experience ever

Good idea to have the HK shows where cycling tracks are located and how they are linked. The app is just too buggy to be productive. The map navigation automatically jumped off to China or South China Sea as I moved my fingers across New Territories. Much improvement need in order to be considered acceptable.

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