Hong Kong Economic Times: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang asks if the Government’s smart mobility plan can address the city’s main transit problems. (Chinese language)
Civic Exchange submitted its views on a smart, holistic transport policy, before a Legislative Council Panel on Transport meeting in January.
RTHK Radio 3: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang discussed traffic management, in light of a Clean Air Network report showing increased levels of some roadside pollutants.
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang asks if the Government’s smart mobility plan can address the city’s main transit problems – such as overused MTR lines, vested interests among licensed operators and too many private cars
All aspects of our daily lives – our homes, jobs, air, water and food – could be improved by innovation and technological advancement. Civic Exchange offers its recommendations for the Government’s “Smart City” plans.
Civic Exchange has published two research reports on I/M for road vehicle in 2013-14, informing and engaging stakeholders in relevant policy discussions. This report represents looks at the issue that has been raised in two of our previous reports, the number and competency of vehicle repair mechanics in Hong Kong.
This report aims to provide some insights into effective policy options for reducing people’s exposure to toxic air pollutants and protecting public health in Hong Kong’s dense urban setting.
This policy paper prepared by Civic Exchange urges the HKSAR Government to tell the public that the cost of upgrading Hong Kong’s old and highly polluting franchised bus can be shared among the bus operators, the public purse and bus riders….