600,000 elderly Hong Kong residents will need to apply for new personalised Octopus card for HK$2 fare scheme

Jan 12, 2021 | INVESTING

Some 600,000 elderly Hong Kong residents will need to apply for a new personalised Octopus card to benefit from a public transport discounted fares scheme, which has been extended to cover red minibuses, kaito ferry services and trams.The new personalised cards issued by the city’s largest e-payment provider, Octopus, for those aged between 60 and 64 will show the user’s name and a recent profile photo.Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong said on Tuesday that adding personal details…

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