What other cities can learn from Hong Kong's transport system

One of the world's biggest cities, Hong Kong has more shopping malls per square kilometre than any other. With its heavily dense population, the city relies substantially on its rail network.

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    One of the world's biggest cities, Hong Kong has more shopping malls per square kilometre than any other.

     

    With its heavily dense population, the city relies substantially on its rail network.

     

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports on the city's advanced transport system, which is seen as a model for others to follow.


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