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Taipa Line
Seac Pai Van Line
(Under construction)
Hengqin Line
(Under construction)
East Line
(Under construction)
Taipa Line
Seac Pai Van Line
(Under construction)
Hengqin Line
(Under construction)
East Line
(Under construction)
 
*Macao LRT launches a value-added offer for reloading LRT Cards from 7 February,
please visit the press release for details.
Hengqin Line
The Hengqin Line is a cross-border LRT route extends to Hengqin Island. The main structure of the Hengqin Line consists of a viaduct, an underwater tunnel, and two stations, its total length is about 2.2 kilometers and the tunnel section is about 900 meters. The line starts from the elevated station HE1, located nearby the Lotus Bridge in Macao, which can connect to the Lotus Station of Taipa Line. It runs along the Lotus Bridge and crosses the Shizimen Waterway to enter Zhuhai's Hengqin Island through an underwater tunnel, and then arrives at the underground HE2 station in front of the Hengqin Port.
 
For the construction situation of the Hengqin Line, please visit the website.
Taipa Line
The Taipa Line was put into operation in 2019, with 11 stations covering the main residential communities in the city centre of Taipa, Taipa village and tourist area and links with 3 major sea, land and air ports of Macao. In 2023, the Taipa Line extend to the Barra Station in Macao Peninsula through the lower deck of the Sai Van Bridge, with a total length of about 12.5km and a total of 12 stations.
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媽閣站 海洋站 馬會站 運動場站 排角站 路氹西站 蓮花口岸站 東亞運站 路氹東站 科大站 機場站 氹仔碼頭
Barra Station Ocean Station Jockey Club Station Stadium Station Pai Kok Station Cotai West Station Lotus East Asian Games Station Cotai East Station MUST Station Airport Station Taipa Ferry Terminal Station
LRT Train Services
Service Hours : 06:30-23:15
Frequency : Approximately 10 to 15 minutes
Total Journey Time: Approximately 22 minutes
Note: In view of the latest situation of the novel coronavirus, the train service frequency of Macao LRT Taipa Line will be further reduced according to the passenger flow until further notice. From 10 February 2020 (including weekends and public holidays), train frequency will be adjusted to 10 to 15 minutes.
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LRT Train Services
Service Hours
Monday – Friday 06:30 – 23:15
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday 06:30 – 23:59
Frequency 7.5 to 10 minutes
Total Journey Time Approximately 27 minutes
Notice:
The current frequency of Macao LRT service is 7.5 to 10 minutes. Service hours on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday extends to 23:59. To cope with the increase in passenger flow during festivals, holidays and special events, service frequency will be adjusted and service hours will be extended appropriately. The arrangement of LRT frequency is smooth. Passenger may find the train departure timetable for reference.
The Macao SAR Government is conducting various train tests for the LRT Seac Pai Van Line and Hengqin Line. During the testing period, Macao LRT maintains normal train schedules without affecting passenger travel.
 
 
Seac Pai Van Line
The 1.6-kilometre Seac Pai Van Line goes through Estrada do Istmo, Rotunda de Seac Pai Van and Estrada de Seac Pai Van. It contains two stations, Seac Pai Van and Island Hospital. The Island Hospital Station, in addition to its main structure, extends to the transfer station at Rotunda Flor de Lótus, which enables seamless transfer of passengers between Seac Pai Van Line and Taipa Line.
 
For more information about the construction progress of Seac Pai Van Line, please visit the website.
 
East Line
Aiming at complementing urban development and facilitate community integration, as well as enriching and strengthening Macao's existing public transport networks, the Macao SAR Government intends to construct the East Line of Light Rapid Transit System (LRT) which will connect the Macao Peninsula and Taipa.

The initial plan of LRT East Line is expected to have 6 stations with a total length of about 7.7 km. The north part of the East Line is set to run from the neighboring area of Border Gate and passing through the coastline in front of the Avenida Norte do Hipódromo and the Avenida da Ponte da Amizade to the New Urban Zone A. Extending south along the central greenway of the New Urban Zone A, the East Line then across the sea to connect the New Urban Zone E at Taipa. The New Urban Zone E station will connect the existing Taipa Ferry Terminal Station of LRT Taipa Line.

For the construction situation of East Line, please visit the website as below:
●   The North segment of East Line
  The South segment of East Line
 
Video of East Line (2022)