List of streets and roads in Hong Kong

The interchange between US 131, M-6 and 68th Street in Cutlerville, Michigan, United States, shows many of the features of controlled-access highways: entry and exit ramps, median strips for opposing traffic, no at-grade intersections and no direct access to properties.

The following are incomplete lists of notable expressways, tunnels, bridges, roads, avenues, streets, crescents, squares and bazaars in Hong Kong.

- List of streets and roads in Hong Kong

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Central, Hong Kong

Central business district of Hong Kong.

Central waterfront in the 1920s.
The Court of Final Appeal Building, completed in 1912, once used as the building of Legislative Council of Hong Kong from 1985 to 2011.
Night view of Statue Square. From left to right: Bank of China Tower, HSBC Main Building, Standard Chartered Bank Building and Prince's Building
Two International Finance Centre.
Pedder Street
Intersection of the lower end of D'Aguilar Street with Queen's Road in 2016
Central Government Complex, Tamar under construction in March 2011.
Former French Mission Building
The Cenotaph
St. John's Cathedral
Chater Garden
Protesters in Chater Garden on 28 July 2019
Edinburgh Place Ferry Pier was demolished in 2007.
Tram in Central.
View of the Central Piers.
Central–Mid-Levels escalators at Cochrane Street.
The night view of Connaught Road Central

On Lan Street

Gloucester Road, Hong Kong

Gloucester Road in Wan Chai in July 2010
Gloucester Road in Wan Chai in August 2004, near the Wan Chai Sports Ground. East-bound traffic is to the left hand side of the flyover.
Gloucester Road, near Wan Chai Police Station in May 2007
Gloucester Road in Wan Chai as seen from a footbridge in February 2017

Gloucester Road is a major highway in Hong Kong.

Canton Road

Harbour City (left side of the road) in the Tsim Sha Tsui section in May 2012.
Southern end of Canton Road, along the 1881 Heritage in June 2015
Jade monument in Canton Road, near the intersection with Jordan Road in August 2009.
Yau Ma Tei Police Station, at the intersection of Canton Road and Public Square Street in May 2016.
Yau Ma Tei section in April 2008: a primary school occupies the whole eastern side of this section. The vehicles are within Canton Road.
No. 1235 Canton Road in July 2010.
Hard Rock Cafe, G/F & 1/F, Silvercord in December 2005 (closed since 24 November 2008)<ref>bloomberg.com "Hong Kong Recession Cuts Jobs at Hard Rock, Retailer, SCMP Says", Bloomberg. 15 November 2008</ref>
Canton Road Government Offices in January 2008, demolished in 2011
Canton Road near Silvercord in the evening, looking north in December 2005
Canton Road along Harbour City at night, looking south in March 2015

Canton Road is a major road in Hong Kong, linking the former west reclamation shore in Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Yau Ma Tei, Mong Kok and Prince Edward on the Kowloon Peninsula.

Austin Road

Austin Road at the junction with Chatham Road

Austin Road is a road in-between Tsim Sha Tsui and Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Ladder Street

The interchange between US 131, M-6 and 68th Street in Cutlerville, Michigan, United States, shows many of the features of controlled-access highways: entry and exit ramps, median strips for opposing traffic, no at-grade intersections and no direct access to properties.

Ladder Street is a street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, consisting entirely of stone steps.

Shanghai Street

Shanghai Street in the early 1900s.
Shanghai Street in the 1960s.
Hanging signs advertise the presence of sex industry venues mixed in with other shops and residential buildings.
Langham Place seen from Shanghai Street.
The northern end of Shanghai Street, near its intersection with Lai Chi Kok Road.
Engineer's Office of the Former Pumping Station.
Nos. 600–626 Shanghai Street, in Mong Kok.
Shanghai Street in the mid 20th century.
Shopping mall of Langham Place
Office tower of Langham Place
Hotel of langham Place

Shanghai Street is a 2.3 km long street in the Jordan, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok areas of Kowloon, Hong Kong, China.

Po Hing Fong

Marker of the Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail at the Original site of Tong Meng Hui Reception Centre, in Po Hing Fong

Po Hing Fong is a street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.

Broadcast Drive

Residence near Broadcast Drive
The road sign for Broadcast Drive, with the old ATV building in the background
Commercial Radio's building at 3 Broadcast Drive

Broadcast Drive is a road in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong.

Oxford Road, Hong Kong

Two-way street in Kowloon Tsai , Kowloon City District, Hong Kong.

Oxford Road, south end
Oxford Road, north end

Succeeding Flint Road at a roundabout near Ho Tung Road, Oxford Road runs northward in a divided dual-carriageway until it meets Lancashire Road near Lannox Gardens.

Ma On Shan Road

Ma On Shan Road in January 2016.

Ma On Shan Road is a major road in the new town of Ma On Shan in the New Territories of Hong Kong.