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Park Island Transport
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Park Island Transport Company Limited (PITCL) was established in 2002 to provide high quality bus and ferry services to/from Ma Wan Island. PITCL is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited. 

It operates a fleet of about 20 single-deck buses on 4 shuttle routes: to and from Park Island / Ma Wan and Tsing Yi Railway Station, Kwai Fong Metroplaza, Hong Kong International Airport and Tsuen Wan Railway Station. 



PAST and PRESENT
(update 4th October 2023)
 
Park Island often re-use registration numbers when a vehicle is retired and below are two examples. The photographs on the left show the previous bus to carry the registration number, whilst those on the right show the current vehicle carrying the same registration - also note the same locations! 
PM6822
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MAN/Youngman (left) is pictured on 19th May 2018 having been registered in 2010 whilst MAN RR8 was registered in August 2023 and was spotted on 2nd October 2023,
     
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The same two buses photographed on 10th March 2011 and 2nd October 2023 respectively.
   
MW3648
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Dennis Dart photographed on 8th June 2007 (left)  and BYD photographed on 2nd October 2023.
   
All the above photographs courtesy and copyright of Bobby Liu

   
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Two ADL Enviro200s were registered in early May 2018 and these carry the registration plates of two
Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Darts retired at the same time.
   
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A second Gemilang bodied MAN NL323 was registered KZ1269 on 14th August 2014. This registration number was first seen on Designline Olympus hybrid before being transferred to an Asia Auto bodywork MAN coach.
   
All the above photographs courtesy and copyright of Bobby Liu
   

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November 2010 saw the arrival of a Chinese built Young Man, registered PM 6822. 
Photograph courtesy and copyright of Philip Chan
   
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This page last updated Wednesday, 4th October 2023
 
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