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Bridge permit applications to open

August 25, 2017

Guangdong authorities will accept new quota applications for Hong Kong cross-boundary private cars using the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge from September 1, the Transport Department announced today.


A quota of 3,000 permits will be issued before the commissioning of the bridge.


Enterprises with an accumulative tax amount of at least RMB100,000 in Guangdong in the past three years or recognised national high-tech enterprises can apply.


Applications are also open to Hong Kong residents who have made accumulative charitable donations of more than RMB5 million in the province, or Hong Kong residents who are members of the People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference at national level; or provincial, prefecture and country level of the province.


The permits will be valid for five years and can be renewed upon expiry.


Applications should be submitted to the Guangdong Public Security Department or the China Travel Service (HK) Head Office, Kowloon Bay Entry Permit Service Centre or Sha Tin Entry Permit Service Centre.


After applicants receive an approval notice for using the bridge they need to apply for a closed road permit from the Transport Department's Cross Boundary Unit.


Applicants must complete all the formalities in Hong Kong and on the Mainland before they can use the bridge.


For details visit the Transport Department website or the Guangdong Public Security Department website.

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