More Buses to be Added to Serve Travelers During Tomb Sweeping Holiday

More Buses to be Added to Serve Travelers During Tomb Sweeping HolidayIn anticipation of the upcoming tomb sweeping travel season, the Shenzhen transport commission have added buses and extended several route services leading to the three major cemeteries in the city.

From March 31 to April 4 is the peak season for tomb weeping wherein residents visit cemeteries to pay respects to their deceased loved ones. Residents will be enjoying a three day holiday starting April 2 to April 4. During this period 85 more buses will be on standby to bring tomb sweepers to Dapeng Bay Overseas Chinese Cemetery in Yantian, Jitian Cemetery in Buji and XIli Cemetery in Nanshan.

Temporary buses will be placed at the intersection of Donghuan road and Shangnan Road in Bao’an by the Shenzhen Western Bus Group. Between 8 am and 4 pm, buses will be transporting residents to Dawang Cemetery. And on April 4 tomb sweepers will be getting free rides once they have changed buses from routes M253, M254, B789, 782, 779, 780, and 781.

Huanggang Checkpoint will be open 24 hours and opens special lanes for Hong Kong residents that will be crossing the borders for the tomb sweeping holidays. Shekou passenger terminal will also be extending its ferry services to Zhuhai from April 1 to 3.

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