• Cross-Harbour Railway Tunnel Units Ready for Embarkation to Victoria Harbour

    Construction of 11 pre-cast units for the SCL’s cross-harbour railway tunnel has been completed and are ready for immersion one by one from mid-2017 to extend the East Rail Line from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island. Details

  • 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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  • 15/03/2017
    The facilitate the follow up works for the escalator at Yuk Wah Street, the escalator will be suspended from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on 18 Mar, 25 Mar and 1 Apr. Details
  • 15/03/2017
    To construct the footbridge at Wan Wah Street, a section of Wan Wah near Sheung Fung Street and Wai Wah Street will be temporarily closed between 1:30 am to 5:00 am from 24 Mar to 8 Apr. Details
  • 15/03/2017
    Construction of station entrances and ventilation facilities of the SCL is now underway on Ma Tau Wai Road. To facilitate the works, a tower crane will be erected at the works site outside To Kwa Wan Market from late-Mar 2017. Details
  • 14/03/2017
    Wong Tai Sin District Council Working Group on Government and Public Utilities Works Projects was held on 14 March.
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  • 14/03/2017
    To facilitate the Shatin to Central Link Project, transportation of new train fleet will be carried out between 20 and 24 March on Tsung Tau Ha Road to Wo Shui Street.
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  • 06/03/2017
    To facilitate the tunnel works between Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter and the Exhibition Station, the existing footpath diversion between Hung Hing Road and Gloucester Road will continue implementation until 3rd quarter of 2017.
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