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Direct bus line connects GZ Airport, HZM Bridge
Update: 2020-01-21     Source: SilkRoadPost

The shuttle bus running between Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao (HZM) Bridge was put into operation on January 15, realizing seamless connection between air and road transportation.

As the HZM Bridge is the only road port connecting the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and Macao, the operation of the shuttle bus offers another choice for passengers traveling to Hong Kong and Macao from Baiyun International Airport without transferring apart from taking metro lines and transferring to high-speed trains bound for Hong Kong or Macao.

A total of three rounds of shuttle busses will be operated every day, and the whole single trip will take about 3 hours and 45 minutes with a ticket price of 105 yuan (US$15.25). The bus departs from Baiyun International Airport at 7:40 am, 9 am, and 2:50 pm, while the bus running from HZM Bridge leaves at 9 am, 11 am, and 1 pm.

Passengers traveling to Hong Kong or Macao can buy tickets at the passenger station of Terminal 2 at the airport or buy tickets online on the official WeChat account of the airport express of Baiyun International Airport (WeChat account: kgkx2014).

For those traveling to Baiyun International Airport, tickets can be purchased at the port of HZM Bridge or through the WeChat account of the Zhuhai port of the bridge (WeChat account: hzmbzhport).

"The operation of the shuttle bus route will bring more convenience for passengers and relieve the transport pressure during the Spring Festival holiday," said a staff member from the airport express of Baiyun International Airport.

A total of 216 shuttle buses with 12,000 seats have been deployed for trips on the mega Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge to meet rising demand during the Spring Festival travel rush till February 18.

Travelers buying festive goods in Guangdong province, Hong Kong and Macao are driving the demand, according to the provincial transport department.

Twenty-four-hour customer service by staff is available, and online real-time traveler flow information is provided as well.

Monitoring of the buses and drivers in service has also been enhanced for safety.

Shuttle buses passing through the bridge have carried 18 million passengers by the end of last year since the bridge opened to traffic in October 2018.

Tickets can be purchased on the WeChat account, "港珠澳大桥穿梭巴士" (ID: hzmbus). You can scan the QR code below to buy tickets.

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