Caine Road

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Caine Road
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Caine Road
Traditional Chinese 堅道
Simplified Chinese 坚道

Caine Road is a main road in Hong Kong connecting Bonham Road in the west (at the junction with Hospital Road and Seymour Road) and Arbuthnot Road and Upper Albert Road in the east (at the junction with Arbuthnot Road, Upper Albert Road and Glenealy).

The road is named after William Caine,[1] a Colonial Secretary, and an acting Governor of Hong Kong between May and September 1859.

Features[edit]

The following landmarks are located along Caine Road.

Transport[edit]

Driving west-bound is restricted to buses during the day. Private vehicles may drive west between 7pm and 7am weekdays, after 1pm on Saturdays, and all day Sunday.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wordie, Jason (2002). Streets: exploring Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong University Press. p. 16. ISBN 978-962-209-563-2. 
  2. ^ Sun Yat Sen museum map
  3. ^ Caritas Francis Hsu College address from their own library
  4. ^ Road Traffic Regulations (Chapter 374)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 22°16′52″N 114°09′08″E / 22.28117°N 114.15215°E / 22.28117; 114.15215