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Octopus and credit card payments will soon be accepted for Aberdeen Tunnel tolls

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 08:51
Hong Kong drivers will be able to use their Octopus or credit cards at a second road tunnel starting later this month. All manual toll booths at Aberdeen Tunnel will have card readers installed by September 24, according to the Transport Department. The tunnel links Happy Valley and Wong Chuk Hang on Hong Kong Island. The move will cut down the time drivers spend finding cash and paying the toll booth operator. Two sets of panels will be installed at different heights to accommodate all types... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed

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