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Were you among the 750 awarded new HZMB vehicle permits?  

The new quota allocations come only months after the government opened 2,500 spots for private individual and company vehicles
  • Those designated a quota have until 25 September to submit the necessary documents and forms, in addition to signing a form and paying the fee by 9 October





The Transport Bureau (also known by its Portuguese initials DSAT) has allocated 750 new three-year quotas for private Macao vehicles that wish to travel between the city and Hong Kong via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB). 

According to an official statement, the quotas, which include 650 private individual vehicles and 100 company vehicles, were distributed yesterday based on the sequence of the 2024 allocation list, which was determined by lucky draw. 

[See more: The HZMB private vehicle quota is now open to more applicants]

The results for private individual and company vehicles are now available on the DSAT website, with the bureau pointing out that it has contacted quota applicants via text messages. 

Selected applicants have until 25 September to fill out additional forms and provide copies of the necessary documents, which include copies of their Macao ID card and driver’s licence. They are also required to sign an agreement form in person at the DSAT headquarters and make a payment of 1,000 patacas by 9 October. 

To be eligible for a private individual vehicle quota, applicants are required to hold a Macao ID, as well as a valid Macao driver’s licence. Meanwhile, company vehicle quotas are only open to companies registered in Macao.

The current cross-boundary vehicle quota allocations are on top of the 2,500 that were announced earlier this year. Hong Kong also operates the scheme, which has significantly reduced travel times by allowing vehicles to cross the HZMB, which opened in 2018. 

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