• 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.

  • Topping out of Diamond Hill Station Extension

    The SCL project team celebrated the topping out of the Diamond Hill Station Extension on 6 June 2016. This is the first SCL interchange station, as well as the third SCL station to be topped out after Hin Keng and Kai Tak stations. Details

  • First West Rail Line 8-car Train Put Into Service

    The first 8-car train of West Rail Line has been put in service since 2 January 2016. This is the first 8-car train to be converted under the SCL to serve the future “East West Corridor”, which is also a key milestone of the project.

  • 18/10/2016
    The Corporation updated the members of the Development, Planning and Transport Committee under Wan Chai District Council on the progress of the SCL on 18 October 2016. Details
  • 14/10/2016
    To facilitate the construction of the footbridge and escalator at Yuk Wah Street, bus and minibus stops adjacent to Lok Hop House will be relocated from 29 Oct 2016 to the 2nd quarter of 2017. Details
  • 30/09/2016
    A section of carriageway of Wan Wah Street will be temporarily closed between 9 am to 7 pm (except Sundays and public holidays) from 3 Oct 2016 to the end of 2017 to facilitate the construction of lift and footbridge. Details
  • 27/09/2016
    3rd meeting of Working Group on Shatin to Central Link under Kowloon City District Council's Traffic and Transport Committee was held on 27 Sep. Details
  • 23/09/2016
    To facilitate the pedestrian link facilities improvement works in Tsz Wan Shan, temporary traffic diversion will be carried out near Tsz Wan Shan Estate Central Playground from 25 Sep 2016 to 14 Oct 2016 from1:30am to 5:00am. Details
  • 20/09/2016
    Wong Tai Sin District Council Working Group on Government and Public Utilities Works Projects Meeting. Details
Other New Railway Projects in Hong Kong