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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Macao Port Park-and-Ride Scheme to open for applications from June 21
     ​The Transport Department (TD) announced today (June 19) that the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Macao Port Park-and-Ride Scheme (Macao PnR Scheme) will be open for applications from June 21 (Thursday).
     Under the Macao PnR Scheme, Hong Kong private cars shall park at the East Car Park of the HZMB Frontier Post at Macao Port (the Macao Car Park) which has around 3 000 car parking spaces. After completing the clearance formalities, visitors will be able to take other transportation from Macao Port to the city of Macao.
     The Macao PnR Scheme is open to owners of private cars registered and licensed in Hong Kong without quota restriction. Applicants must complete all formalities as required by the three Governments, including obtaining the valid licences and permits of the Hong Kong and Macao Governments and the Filing Records of the Mainland Government. To assist applicants, the TD will co-ordinate the applications for Hong Kong and Macao licences and permits, as well as those for the preliminary approval of Filing Records of the Mainland Government. With the applicants' consent, the TD will pass the information of applicants, vehicles and drivers to the Macao and Mainland Governments for completing relevant formalities.
     Before making the first reservation of a car parking space, applicants are required to obtain the Closed Road Permit (CRP) issued by the TD and the Identification Label issued by the Macao Transport Bureau. Applicants may then reserve a car parking space at the Macao Car Park through the Macao Government's designated online platform (hzmbparking.dsat.gov.mo). A reservation must be made at least 12 hours before departure. During the validity periods of the Identification Label, the CRP and the relevant vehicle licence and driving licence, Hong Kong private car owners may make multiple reservations for a car parking space.
     Before departing for the Macao Car Park, an applicant must purchase Macao and Mainland vehicle insurance as required by the respective laws and upload the Mainland insurance information at the Mainland's online filing platform (bridge.zhcgs.gov.cn) for formal approval of Filing Records.
     The daily parking hours are divided into two 12-hour sessions. The minimum number of sessions for each reservation is one, and the maximum number of sessions is 16 (i.e. 192 hours). Each Hong Kong private car is allowed to enter and leave the Macao Car Park once during the parking period.
     Applicants can apply for the CRP issued by the TD, the Macao Identification Label and the Mainland preliminary approval of the Filing Records via www.gov.hk/macaopnr starting from 8am on June 21. Applicants must book an appointment at the above webpage if they wish to submit applications through a counter. For application details and procedures, please visit the TD's website (www.td.gov.hk/en/public_services/licences_and_permits/hzmb_macao_port_parknride/index.html) or call 2804 2600.
     Drivers with anticipated frequent use of the Macao PnR Scheme may apply for a longer validity period of the CRP (the longest validity period is one year) and purchase Mainland vehicle insurance with a longer validity period, so as to save time for applying for a CRP, completing Filing Records and purchasing Mainland insurance after reserving the car parking space each time. The validity period of the Identification Label is three years. The eligibility of the applicants for the scheme is in the Annex.
Ends/Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Issued at HKT 15:00
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