Due to the enactment of the Gazette about the Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) (Public Transport) Regulation 2020, with effect from first departure on 15 July 2020 (Wednesday), all passengers using KCIS Feeder Service and Weekend Recreational Rehabus Service shall wear mask onboard. KCIS bus captains might exercise power under the above Regulation to request passenger to wear mask before boarding or reject passenger without wearing mask to board KCIS Rehabus. However, the above regulation does not apply to (i) passenger who is under the age of 2 or (ii) passenger who has lawful authority / reasonable excuse for not wearing a mask.
Thank you for your attention and cooperation.
Starting from 4th January 2020, Hong Kong MTR Station will be added as a pick up and drop off point for the Stanley Recreation Route, you can refer to timetable below for more information.
For convenience of passengers, with effect from 22 June 2020 (Monday), Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Kowloon City Route will be merged to ply between Queen Elizabeth Hospital Community Rehabilitation Service Support Centre and Tung Lung Road (2D Bus Terminus), Kowloon City. For more details, please refer to the Latest News and new timetable. https://bit.ly/3ejTfUA
reminded that passengers should check new timetable for their itinerary
planning as the above service extension and re-adjustment.
With effect from 1 June 2020, the captioned fare waive will be expired. Starting from the same day, passenger can enjoy promotional fare of HK$2 per passenger (applicable to his/her escort) per trip on all KCIS routes until 31 May 2021.
Starting from 16th May 2020, Kowloon Tong MTR Station will be added as a pick up and drop off point for the Lantau Island Recreation Route and Sai Kung Pak Tam Chung Recreation Route, you can refer to timetable below for more information.
For convenience of passengers, with effect from 27 April 2020 (Monday), service coverage of Queen Mary Hospital Route will be extended to Grantham Hospital and Wong Chuk Hang Hospital. The service will be converted to two-way operations between MTR Wong Chuk Hang Station and Welfare Road (TWGHs Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex), not via Lei Tung Estate and Tin Wan Estate. For more details, please refer to the Latest News and new timetable.
In addition, to cope with extension of Queen Mary Hospital Route, with effect from 27 April 2020 (Monday), Southern District Route will NOT operate on non-public holiday Fridays. Affected passenger please take Queen Mary Hospital Route plying between MTR Kennedy Town Station and Welfare Road (TWGHs Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex), not via Lei Tung Estate and Tin Wan Estate. Service of Southern District Route on public holiday Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays remain unchanged. The timetable will be slightly adjusted due to the bus stop re-arrangement. For more details, please refer to the Latest News and new timetable.
Friendly reminded that passengers should check new timetable for their itinerary planning as the above service extension and re-adjustment.
For convenience of passengers, with effect from 15 March 2020 (Sunday), the Shatin (Sunday) Route will be extended to MTR Wu Kai Sha Station. To cope with the bus stops re-arrangement, the timetable will be adjusted accordingly. Thank you for your attention.
Special reminder from KCIS：Owing to the outbreak of Severe Respiratory Disease associated with Novel Infectious Agent, for your own health, please bring your own face mask and wear it before boarding the bus. Thank you for your cooperation.
To cope with travelling need of passengers, the service arrangements of HK Southern District Route and Shatin Route during Lunar New Year Holidays are as follows:
Route(s) in service
(1st Day of LNY)
HK Southern District (Sunday) Route
(2nd Day of LNY)
HK Southern District (Sunday) Route
Shatin (Sunday) Route
Besides, to cope with operational need, with effect from 3 February 2020 (Monday), the midway stop (both bound) of Hong Kong Children’s Hospital Route at Ting On Street outside Ngau Tau Kok Jockey Club Clinic will be converted as On-Demand Stop. For alighting, the rehabus will stop upon request. For boarding, passenger please call Customer Service Hotline prior to the rehabus departing from former stop
For convenience of passengers, with effective from 21 Jan 2020 (Tue), the Kowloon City Route will have its alighting stop added on Kowloon Hospital Rehabilitation Building.
Besides, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Route will have its boarding/alighting stop added on Kowloon Hospital Rehabilitation Building and the departure time will be adjust accordingly. The effective date would be on 20 Jan 2020 (Mon).
Details are shown in the latest news below.
Starting from 11th January 2020, Mei Fo MTR Station will be added as a pick up and drop off point for the Lantau Island Recreation Route, you can refer to timetable below for more information.
In order to encourage the ridership and the awareness of the rehabus service, we decide to extend the current fare waiver for a further period ending on 31 May 2020.
With effect from 23 December 2019 (Monday), the Hong Kong Children Hospital route will be re-routed to serve between MTR Lok Fu Station and Kwun Tong United Christian Hospital (via Hong Kong Children’s Hospital). You may refer to the Latest News below for revised timetable.
Starting from 21 Oct 2019, the operation hour of the Eastern Hospital Route, Prince Margaret Hospital Route and United Christian Hospital Route will be extended. The last service of the United Christian Hospital Route would be 19:45 at Opposite Sau Lok House, Sau Ming Road. As for the Eastern Hospital Route, the service time for the 9th trip would be adjusted and the last trip would end at 19:35 at Siu Sai Wan Complex (Area next to Fu Yee Road Car Park). While for the Prince Margaret Hospital Route, the scheduled time for some of stops would be adjusted. The last trip would be end at Prince Margaret Hospital Out-patient Clinic Block K at 17:50. For more detailed information, you may refer to the notice posted inside the rehabus or at the bus stops, and it would be updated the route information on website.
From 14 Sept 2019, KCIS will start operate a new recreational route- from Hong Kong Wetland Park to Tai Mei Tuk, via West Rail Tin Shui Wai Station and East Rail Tai Wo Station. Passenger can book the related service through the website or telephone.
From 28 Sept 2019, KCIS will start operate a new recreational route- from MTR Shatin Station to Sai Kung Pak Tam Chung, via Wo Che Plaza, Cheshire Home Shatin, MTR Wu Kai Sha Station and Sai Kung Town Centre. Passenger can book the related service through the website or telephone.
From 17 Aug 2019, KCIS will start operate a new recreational route- from Hong Kong MTR Station to The Peak. Passenger can book the related service through website or telephone.
Kwoon Chung Inclusive and Accessible Transport
Services Company Limited was established in 2019, and in the second quarter of
the same year, the operation of the Feeder Service and the Weekend Recreational
Rehabus Service begin. In the spirit of "social harmony", we provided
accessible transportation services for those in needs and connected with the