• Hong Kong Island Section Eastern Drives Completed

    SCL tunnelling works on Hong Kong Island Section forged ahead with the Eastern drives completed successfully. Thumbs up to the projects team at the ceremony on 12 December 2016.
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  • The first two 8-car trains start serving Ma On Shan Line

    The first two 8-car trains have commenced service on the Ma On Shan Line starting from 15 January 2017. The existing 4-car trains will gradually be replaced by 8-car trains this year and bring a more convenient and comfortable journeys to passengers.
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  • 11-km East-West Corridor Tunnel Broken Through

    The 11-km SCL Tai Wai to Hung Hom railway tunnel has been broken through in August this year, one step forward to the commissioning of the SCL Tai Wai to Hung Hom Section.
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  • 18/02/2017
    Passengers will be able to experience a brand new travelling environment at Hung Hom Station with the opening of the refurbished northern concourse on 19 Feb.
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  • 15/02/2017
    Presentation slides of the 8th Community Liaison Group (MCH & CY Section) are ready.
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  • 15/02/2017
    To construct the upper deck entrance of Wong Tai Sin Public Transport Terminus, TTMS will be implemented at the junction of Wong Tai Sin Road and Wong Tai Sin Temple Access Road from 20 Feb to late Apr2017.
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  • 14/02/2017
    To facilitate the delivery of new trains for the SCL Project, temporary traffic arrangement will be implemented at mid-night on 14-16 and 22-24 February on Kam Ho Road.
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  • 10/02/2017
    The MTR Corporation reported the progress update of the construction of SCL as of end December 2016 to the Subcommittee on Matters Relating to Railways, Legislative Council on 10 February 2017.
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  • 07/02/2017
    To facilitate the construction of entrance and ventilation facilities of Ma Tau Wai Station, a section of footpath near SKH Good Shepherd Primary School will be temporarily closed from mid-Feb to the 4th quarter of 2017. Details
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