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List of MTR stations

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The MTR, the rapid transit system of Hong Kong, encompasses 10 heavy rail lines and 98 stations as of May 2022. The following list sorts the stations according to their service line. In addition to the 98 metro stations listed on this page, the MTR system also consists of 68 light rail stops and one high-speed rail terminus in the city.[1]

The current system was formed after the merger with the Kowloon–Canton Railway on 2 December 2007, when the operations of the East Rail line, the West Rail line, the Ma On Shan line and the Light Rail system were transferred to the MTR Corporation. Serving exclusively the northwestern New Territories, the light rail network comprises 12 routes, serving 68 stops. The network is being expanded and several new lines are being proposed.

East Rail line

     East Rail line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
Admiralty      Island line
     Tsuen Wan line
     South Island line
Central and Western 12 February 1980 ADM
Exhibition Centre Wan Chai 15 May 2022 EXC
Hung Hom
formerly Kowloon
     Tuen Ma line Yau Tsim Mong/Kowloon City 30 November 1975 HUH [a]
Mong Kok East
formerly Mong Kok, Yaumati
Yau Tsim Mong/Kowloon City 1 October 1910 MKK [b][c]
Kowloon Tong      Kwun Tong line Sham Shui Po/Kowloon City 4 May 1982 KOT [6]
Tai Wai      Tuen Ma line Sha Tin 15 August 1983 TAW
Sha Tin Sha Tin 1 October 1910 SHT
Fo Tan Sha Tin 15 February 1985 FOT [d]
Racecourse Sha Tin 7 October 1978 RAC [e][d]
University
formerly Ma Liu Shui
Sha Tin 24 September 1956 UNI [f]
Tai Po Market Tai Po 7 April 1983 TAP [g]
Tai Wo Tai Po 9 May 1989 TWO
Fanling North 1 October 1910 FAN
Sheung Shui North 16 May 1930 SHS
Lo Wu Shenzhen Metro Line 1 North 14 October 1949 LOW [h]
Lok Ma Chau Shenzhen Metro Line 4, Line 10 Yuen Long 15 August 2007 LMC [i]

Kwun Tong line

     Kwun Tong line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
Whampoa Kowloon City, Whampoa City 23 October 2016 WHA
Ho Man Tin      Tuen Ma line Kowloon City HOM
Yau Ma Tei
formerly Waterloo
     Tsuen Wan line Yau Tsim Mong 22 December 1979 YMT
Mong Kok
formerly Argyle
     Tsuen Wan line Yau Tsim Mong 31 December 1979 MOK [c]
Prince Edward      Tsuen Wan line Yau Tsim Mong 10 May 1982 PRE
Shek Kip Mei Sham Shui Po 1 October 1979 SKM
Kowloon Tong      East Rail line Sham Shui Po/Kowloon City KOT
Lok Fu Wong Tai Sin LOF
Wong Tai Sin Wong Tai Sin WTS
Diamond Hill      Tuen Ma line Wong Tai Sin DIH
Choi Hung Wong Tai Sin/Kwun Tong CHH
Kowloon Bay Kwun Tong KOB
Ngau Tau Kok Kwun Tong NTK
Kwun Tong Kwun Tong KWT
Lam Tin Kwun Tong 1 October 1989 LAT
Yau Tong      Tseung Kwan O line Kwun Tong 4 August 2002 YAT
Tiu Keng Leng      Tseung Kwan O line Sai Kung 18 August 2002 TIK

Tsuen Wan line

     Tsuen Wan line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
Tsuen Wan Tsuen Wan 10 May 1982 TSW [j]
Tai Wo Hau Kwai Tsing/Tsuen Wan TWH
Kwai Hing Kwai Tsing KWH
Kwai Fong Kwai Tsing KWF
Lai King      Tung Chung line Kwai Tsing LAK
Mei Foo
formerly Lai Wan
     Tuen Ma line Sham Shui Po 17 May 1982 MEF
Lai Chi Kok Sham Shui Po LCK
Cheung Sha Wan Sham Shui Po CSW
Sham Shui Po Sham Shui Po SSP
Prince Edward      Kwun Tong line Yau Tsim Mong 10 May 1982 PRE
Mong Kok
formerly Argyle
     Kwun Tong line Yau Tsim Mong 31 December 1979 MOK [c]
Yau Ma Tei
formerly Waterloo
     Kwun Tong line Yau Tsim Mong 22 December 1979 YMT
Jordan Yau Tsim Mong 16 December 1979 JOR
Tsim Sha Tsui Transfer to      Tuen Ma line
via East Tsim Sha Tsui station
Yau Tsim Mong TST
Admiralty      Island line
     South Island line
     East Rail line
Central and Western 12 February 1980 ADM
Central
formerly Chater
     Island line
Transfer to      Tung Chung line and      Airport Express
via Hong Kong station
Central and Western CEN

Island line

     Island line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code
Kennedy Town Central and Western 28 December 2014 KET
HKU Central and Western HKU
Sai Ying Pun Central and Western 29 March 2015 SYP
Sheung Wan Central and Western 23 May 1986 SHW
Central      Tsuen Wan line
Transfer to      Tung Chung line and      Airport Express
via Hong Kong station
Central and Western CEN
Admiralty      Tsuen Wan line
     South Island line
     East Rail line
Central and Western 31 May 1985 ADM
Wan Chai Wan Chai WAC
Causeway Bay Wan Chai CAB
Tin Hau Eastern TIH
Fortress Hill Eastern FOH
North Point      Tseung Kwan O line Eastern NOP
Quarry Bay      Tseung Kwan O line Eastern QUB
Tai Koo Eastern TAK
Sai Wan Ho Eastern SWH
Shau Kei Wan Eastern SKW
Heng Fa Chuen Eastern HFC
Chai Wan Eastern CHW

Tung Chung line

     Tung Chung line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
Tung Chung Ngong Ping 360 Islands 22 June 1998 TUC [k]
Sunny Bay      Disneyland Resort line Tsuen Wan 1 June 2005 SUN
Tsing Yi      Airport Express Kwai Tsing 22 June 1998 TSY [k]
Lai King      Tsuen Wan line Kwai Tsing LAK [k]
Nam Cheong      Tuen Ma line Sham Shui Po 16 December 2003 NAC
Olympic Yau Tsim Mong 22 June 1998 OLY [k]
Kowloon      Airport Express Yau Tsim Mong KOW [k][l]
Hong Kong      Airport Express
Transfer to      Tsuen Wan line and      Island line
via Central station
Central and Western HOK [k]

Airport Express

     Airport Express
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
AsiaWorld–Expo Islands 20 December 2005 AWE
Airport Islands 6 July 1998 AIR
Tsing Yi      Tung Chung line Kwai Tsing TSY
Kowloon      Tung Chung line Yau Tsim Mong KOW [l]
Hong Kong      Tung Chung line
Transfer to      Tsuen Wan line and      Island line
via Central station
Central and Western HOK

Tseung Kwan O line

     Tseung Kwan O line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code
Po Lam Sai Kung 18 August 2002 POA
Hang Hau Sai Kung HAH
LOHAS Park Sai Kung 26 July 2009 LHP
Tseung Kwan O Sai Kung 18 August 2002 TKO
Tiu Keng Leng      Kwun Tong line Sai Kung TIK
Yau Tong      Kwun Tong line Kwun Tong 4 August 2002 YAT
Quarry Bay      Island line Eastern 6 August 1989 QUB
North Point      Island line Eastern 27 September 2001 NOP

Tuen Ma line

     Tuen Ma line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code Notes
Wu Kai Sha Sha Tin 21 December 2004 WKS
Ma On Shan MOS
Heng On HEO
Tai Shui Hang TSH
Shek Mun SHM
City One CIO
Sha Tin Wai STW
Che Kung Temple CKT
Tai Wai      East Rail line TAW
Hin Keng 14 February 2020 HIK
Diamond Hill      Kwun Tong line Wong Tai Sin DIH
Kai Tak Kowloon City KAT
Sung Wong Toi 27 June 2021 SUW
To Kwa Wan TKW
Ho Man Tin      Kwun Tong line HOM
Hung Hom      East Rail line Yau Tsim Mong/Kowloon City 30 November 1975 HUH
East Tsim Sha Tsui Transfer to      Tsuen Wan line
via Tsim Sha Tsui station
Yau Tsim Mong 24 October 2004 ETS
Austin 16 August 2009 AUS [l]
Nam Cheong      Tung Chung line Sham Shui Po 20 December 2003 NAC
Mei Foo      Tsuen Wan line MEF
Tsuen Wan West Tsuen Wan TWW [m]
Kam Sheung Road Yuen Long KSR
Yuen Long Transfer to      Light Rail 610 614 615 761P
at Yuen Long stop
YUL
Long Ping LOP
Tin Shui Wai Transfer to      Light Rail 705 706 751 751P
at Tin Shui Wai stop
TIS
Siu Hong Transfer to      Light Rail 505 610 614 614P 615 615P 751
at Siu Hong stop
Tuen Mun SIH
Tuen Mun Transfer to      Light Rail 505 507 751
at Tuen Mun stop
TUM

Disneyland Resort line

     Disneyland Resort line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code
Disneyland Resort Tsuen Wan 1 August 2005 DIS
Sunny Bay      Tung Chung line SUN

South Island line

     South Island line
Livery Name Photo Connections District Opened Code
South Horizons Southern 28 December 2016 SOH
Lei Tung LET
Wong Chuk Hang WCH
Ocean Park OCP
Admiralty      Tsuen Wan line
     Island line
     East Rail line
Central and Western 12 February 1980 ADM

Notes

  1. ^ It was first called Kowloon station and the terminus of Kowloon–Canton Railway, replacing the old Kowloon station (terminus) at Tsim Sha Tsui. Kowloon station was formally renamed as Hung Hom station in February/March 1996.[2]
  2. ^ Originally called Yau Ma Ti Station; first renamed as Mong Kok Station on 1 January 1969, redeveloped and partially re-opened on 3 May 1982, and further renamed as Mong Kok East Station on 2 December 2007.[3][4][5]
  3. ^ a b c Mong Kok East station of the East Rail line and Mong Kok station of the Tsuen Wan line and Kwun Tong line are not physically connected. There is pedestrian transfer via a footbridge; the journey time is approximately 10–15 minutes on foot.
  4. ^ a b Fo Tan and Racecourse are parallel stations. Racecourse station is only open when horseracing or a special event is held at Sha Tin Racecourse.
  5. ^ Racecourse station was opened to tie in with the opening of the new Shatin Racecourse on that date. The station was upgraded and reopened on 1 October 1985 to tie in with the opening of a new grandstand at the racecourse.[7][8][9]
  6. ^ Its forerunner was Ma Liu Shui station, which was renamed as University station on 1 January 1967. University station was rebuilt and moved slightly seawards to tie in with KCR electrification, and was opened on 26 April 1983.[10][11][12]
  7. ^ The current station is a new station to reprovision an old one. The new one is about 0.8 kilometres (0.50 mi) south of the old one. The old Tai Po Market station started off as a temporary flag station at KCR's opening on 1 October 1910.[13] On 11 November of the same year, it was turned into a passenger station.[14] Tai Po Market station was then built into a Chinese Style station in 1913, discontinued as a railway station on 6 April 1983,[15] and re-opened as the Hong Kong Railway Museum on 20 December 1985.[13][16]
  8. ^ A temporary station was actually set up at Lo Wu from the first day of Kowloon Canton Railway operations of 1 October 1910.[17] 14 October 1949 was when through-train service to Mainland China was stopped after the Communist capture of Canton on the same day, and since then, passengers to the Mainland have had to get off the train at Lo Wu and cross the Lo Wu Bridge to take another (Chinese) train to Guangzhou from Shenzhen. Lo Wu Station has since gradually developed from a "border halt" (in the words of the 1949/50 KCR Annual Report) into a proper terminal station.
  9. ^ Kwu Tung and Lok Ma Chau are stations on the Lok Ma Chau Spur Line, a branch from Sheung Shui station of the East Rail line. Kwu Tung is proposed.
  10. ^ Tsuen Wan station of the Tsuen Wan line and Tsuen Wan West station of the Tuen Ma line are not physically linked, but green public light bus route 95K (free transfer with an immediate Tuen Ma line journey record on the Octopus card) connects the two stations. It normally takes 15-20 minutes to go to Tsuen Wan West station on foot.
  11. ^ a b c d e f Ceremonial opening took place on 21 April 1997, while public opening occurred on 22 April 1997
  12. ^ a b c Kowloon station of the Tung Chung line and Airport Express and Austin station of the Tuen Ma line are not physically connected. There is pedestrian transfer via a footbridge; the journey time is approximately 10 minutes on foot.
  13. ^ Tsuen Wan West station of the Tuen Ma line and Tsuen Wan station of the Tsuen Wan line are not physically linked, but green public light bus route 95K (free transfer with an immediate Tuen Ma line journey record on the Octopus card) connects the two stations. It normally takes 15-20 minutes to go to Tsuen Wan station on foot.

See also

References

  1. ^ Low, Christina (27 January 2011). "Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway system poised for bigger growth". Archived from the original on 25 March 2012. Retrieved 12 November 2011.
  2. ^ KCRC documents[vague]; exact date of name change is subject to further research
  3. ^ Kung Sheung Daily News, 1 January 1969
  4. ^ Kung Sheung Daily News, 30 April 1982
  5. ^ Wah Kiu Yat Po, 30 April 1982
  6. ^ Tai Kung Po, 5 May 1982
  7. ^ Kung Sheung Daily News, 8 October 1978
  8. ^ Tai Kung Po, 8 October 1978
  9. ^ 1985 KCRC Annual Report
  10. ^ Tai Kung Po, 15 September 1956
  11. ^ Tai Kung Po, 11 December 1966
  12. ^ Kung Sheung Daily News, 27 April 1983
  13. ^ a b Kowloon-Canton Railway Annual Report for 1910
  14. ^ KCR timetable of 11 November 1910 (Gazette No. S 260) showing Tai Po Market Station for the first time, whereas the previous one did not show Tai Po Market Station
  15. ^ Kung Sheung Daily News, 31 March 1983
  16. ^ KCR Annual Report for 1913
  17. ^ Kowloon-Canton Railway Annual Report for 1910, page R3: "At Lo Wu, a temporary station was built to serve until the Chinese Section is open for traffic, when all trains will run to the Junction Station at Sam Chun [Shenzhen] on the Frontier."
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