“The Kowloon Motor Bus Company (1933) Limited (KMB; Chinese: (九龍巴士(一九三三)有限公司), a business of the Transport International Holdings Limited, is the largest franchised bus operators in Hong-kong, and one of the largest privately owned public bus operators on the planet. For its franchised service in Hong Kong, KMB runs a fleet consisting of about 4,000 buses on 399 routes and employs a team of over 12,000.
KMB routes are primarily concentrated on Kowloon and in the New Territories, and these routes are served solely by KMB. It also operates cross-harbourtunnel paths in cooperation with two other Hong Kong bus operators, New World First Bus and Citybus.
KMB presently runs 399 routes in Hong Kong.
A passenger pays fare by either cash (no change given) or an Octopus card, a smart card fare collection system used in Hong Kong. Discounts apply for Octopus users on specified interchange combinations. Generally, the bus fare decreases as the passenger boards the bus at stops closer to the end of the route.
Response to the railway merger
In response to the railway merger of Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR) and Mass Transit Railway (MTR), KMB launched a major interchange fare reduction scheme.
Route Search System
Outopus Bus-Bus Interchange Discount Scheme
Customer Service Hotline