Dear Transport Department,

I wish to request a full copy of the latest edition of the TPDM.

Yours faithfully,
(Mr) C C Kan

Transport Department

17/05/2018

Subject:Freedom of Information request - Transport Planning & Design Manual (TPDM) (Case Ref: 2-4574511755)

Dear Mr Kan,

Thank you for your email to the Transport Department dated 16/05/2018. Please note that 1823 of the Government helps the Transport Department receive public enquiries and complaints via its e-mail box "[Transport Department request email]", telephone hotline "2804 2600" and fax hotline "2804 2652". We answer enquiries directly. For unresolved enquiries and complaints, we will refer them to the Department or other concerned bureaux and departments for action.

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Viola Tong
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Dorothy Shuk Kwan CHIM, Transport Department

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Dear Mr Kan,

I refer to your email dated 16.5.2018 and our reply is given below.

Transport Planning and Design Manual (TPDM) is primarily a working
document for the use of staff of Transport Department in planning and
design of transport infrastructure in Hong Kong.  You may access to it at
Hong Kong Central Library and libraries of local universities, including
the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong
Kong Polytechnic University, the Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology and the City University of Hong Kong.

You may also acquire a softcopy of the latest TPDM in the form of a CD-ROM
for personal study by placing an order to Transport Department.  The cost
of the TPDM is HK$115.  Please note that the TPDM may be updated and
revised from time to time, and the CD-ROM containing the whole TPDM for
you is an uncontrolled copy.  As such, we shall not inform you about any
future TPDM revisions.

If you would like to order the TPDM, please send your application with
your full name and address to the following office:
       
        Road Safety and Standards Division
        Room 3816, 38/F., Immigration Tower
        7 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai
        Hong Kong

For enquiry about the order of TPDM, you may contact Mr FU Shing-chi of
Transport Department (Tel: 2294 2533, E-mail address: [email address])."

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Miss Dorothy Chim
for Commissioner for Transport

From:        "C.C. Kan" <[FOI #277 email]>
To:        FOI requests at Transport Department <[Transport Department request email]>,
Date:        16/05/2018 15:27
Subject:        Freedom of Information request - Transport Planning &
Design Manual (TPDM)

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Dear Transport Department,

I wish to request a full copy of the latest edition of the TPDM.

Yours faithfully,
(Mr) C C Kan

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