Several traffic accidents caused by drivers arriving from (lower) Sha Wan Drive failing to give way to vehicles along Cyberport Road have been reported. Transport Department has now proposed to add “Stop” sign and road marking. See the drawing here. They are now conducting a public consultation, please feel free to let us know your comment before 14 October 2022: email@example.com .
[30 September 2022]
HK Electric hope to finish stage 1 works by Q1 of 2023 and to finish the entire programme by 2024 (tentatively).
[12 Jan 2022]
To follow up on an earlier report (link), we met with HK Electric engineers to learn about their programme to enhance power supply to the Pok Fu Lam area. The related road works are divided into various sections (link). They expect to finish the Sassoon Road section in February 2022.
Improvement works have begun at the top of Sassoon Road. It involves re-alligning the island which would add a short flare lane, click here for the drawing. This scheme is approved by the Transport Department in relation to the potential increase in traffic arising from the Cyberport Expansion project and HKU Med's new building east of 3 Sassoon Road.
We received many complaints from road users and public transport passengers over the school traffic in Pokfulam. With international schools resuming classes the commuting time during school peak hours has gone up by 15 minutes or more. Bus and minibus services suffer lost trips as they are stuck on the road.
We have written to the Education Bureau, Planning Department, Transport Department asking them:
We have received requests from parents of West Island School for adequate shelters at the bus stops at Victoria Road. To assist, we created an online petition campaign where over 440 students/parents have signed. Transport Department is now reviewing the case.
At least three traffic accidents at the junction of Cyberport Road and Sha Wan Drive have been reported in the last three months by residents. There appears to be a pattern whereby drivers arriving from (lower) Sha Wan Drive fail to give way to vehicles along Cyberport Road. Concerns have been expressed over sightlines and vehicle speeds. We are asking the Transport Department for improvements measures. Feel free to share your views and experience at this junction: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sassoon Road will be closed at the top for 13 nights this summer (midnight to 6am) 沙宣道頂部將於今個夏天封閉十三晚（凌晨十二時至早上六時）
Building works at 3 Sassoon Road is finishing up. This new HKU campus will be used by the School of Nursing and School of Chinese Medicine starting September 2022. There will be a footbridge connecting this building with the student halls on the opposite side of Sassoon Road. The works will require Sassoon Road to be closed at the top for 13 nights from June till September (midnight to 6am). The emergency services will be notified prior to the closure, and signage will be placed. Please use the diversions via Bisney Road, Mount Davis Road or Pok Fu Lam Road near the fire station, depending on your destination and location.
Below is the tentative schedule when Sassoon Road will be closed at the top:
Stage 1: From 28-6-2022 (00:01am - 6am) to 30-6-2022 (00:01am - 6am)
Stage 2: From 11-7-2022 (00:01-6am) to 13-7-2022 (00:01-6am)
Stage 3: From 19-7-2022 (00:01am - 6am) to 22-7-2022 (00:01am to 6am)
*Stage 4: From 15-9-2022 (00:01am - 6am) to 16-9-2022 (00:01am to 6am)
*Remarks: to be confirmed
第一階段：2022年6月28日（00:01am - 6am）至6月30日（00:01am - 6am）
第二階段：2022年7月11日（00:01am - 6am）至7月13日（00:01am - 6am）
第三階段：2022年7月19日（00:01am - 6am）至7月22日（00:01am - 6am）
第四階段＃：2022年9月15日（00:01am - 6am）至9月16日（00:01am - 6am）
Schools are back and the rainy season is here. This at the same time as people returning to normal work schedules. The result is increased congestion and slower traffic. With increased risk of delays with minibus and bus services stuck in traffic, residents are urged to leave earlier than they were used. The situation will likely remain so until the international schools finish their school term mid-June onwards.
With site formation works for Wah Fu Estate redevelopment (link) speed limits along a section of Shek Pai Wan Road towards Aberdeen will be changed from 70km/h to 50km/h. The new speed limits will be in force from 21 Feb 2022 to 22 December 2026. Click here for the official notice. There will be changes to the traffic arrangements as construction progresses – so do stay alert. We have reminded the contractors to minimize impact on traffic flow.
因應華富邨重建項目第一階段的土地平整工程，向香港仔方向的一段石排灣道，將由現時車速限制每小時 70 公里降低至每小時 50 公里。上述安排會於2022年2月21日至2026年12月22日實施 ，詳情請按連結瀏覽通告。未來四年，該路段及旁邊斜坡將會進行多項工程，請各位駕駛人士注意。我們已提醒工程承辦商必須減少對交通流的影響。