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Seac Pai Van Public Housing Complex (葡萄牙語：Complexo de Habitação Pública de Seac Pai Van) is a large-scale public housing development project located in Seac Pai Van, Coloane, Macau. In 2009, the Macau SAR Government formulated the "Seac Pai Van Urbanization Plan" for the project, with a planned area of 300,000 square meters and a capacity to accommodate 60,000 residents. The government reclaimed two parcels of occupied land in 2010 and another parcel in 2011 for consolidation and subsequent blasting operations at the former quarry in Seac Pai Van. In the middle of 2011, construction officially began on the public housing sites within the planned area. The Macau SAR Government fully funded the project, which is the largest public housing initiative in Macau. It includes three public housing projects (CN3, CN4, CN5a, and CN7) and one social housing project, as well as three separate sites designated for social facilities (CN6a, CN6b, and CN6d),providing a total of 9,015 public housing units. The complex also features various facilities and services such as transportation, healthcare, education, recreational activities, and social services. Additionally, there are multiple commercial establishments providing services to meet the daily needs of the residents, covering a total area of over 53,000 square meters. The four public housing projects were gradually completed and occupied starting from 2013. According to the Macau SAR Government, the housing complex is composed of On Son Building, Koi Nga Building, and Yip Hing Building for the economic housing units, as well as Lok Kuan Building for the social housing units. In total, the complex provides 9,015 residential units, with the meaning of "安 (peace),居 (residence),樂 (joy),業 (career)". It is also the first community in Macau to use natural gas as a household fuel and incorporates a recycled water system for toilet flushing.
Hotel and casino shuttle buses is convenient to bring visitors from key locations in Macau to their places. Pokeguide is the only transportation navigation app in Macau that considers shuttle buses in point-to-point transportation searches, providing better transportation recommendations for tourists and residents.
The Macau Light Rapid Transit is a mass transit system in Macau and is also the first railway system in Macau. The first phase of the project started construction in February 2012, and the first section of the Taipa line was opened to the public on 10 December 2019, followed by the Barra Station Extend Line on 8 December 2023.
The Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos de Macau (TCM) is one of the bus operators in Macau, Transmac being the other. The company began as a ferry operator in the 1950s, and did not enter bus operations until 1974, when a bridge connecting the mainland with Macau and Taipa (Ponte Governador Nobre de Carvalho) was finished.
The Transportes Urbanos de Macau S.A.R.L. (Transmac) is one of the two public bus operators in Macau, China, along with TCM). It began service in 1988, taking over the service provided by its predecessor "Fok Lei Autocarro S.A.".
The Guia Hill Cable Car is an aerial gondola lift system at Guia Hill, Macau peninsula, Macau, China. The system connects Jardim da Flora with Parque Municipal da Colina da Guia. It opened in 1997 and has nine cars (each holding four passengers). Visitors can gain a bird's-eye view of the garden and a panoramic perspective of the city. The ride takes 80 seconds.
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