• 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.

  • Shatin to Central Link Hin Keng to Kai Tak Tunnel Broken Through

    SCL tunnel stretches from Hin Keng to Kai Tak has connected on 11 November 2015, representing a tunnel excavation works completion of over 60% for the whole Tai Wai to Hung Hum Section of the rail line.

  • 23/08/2016
    A section of southbound carriageway of Sheung Fung Street near Tsz Wan Shan Shopping Centre will be temporarily closed for 7 nights from 25 to 31 Aug 2016 for installation of temporary support frame for footbridge construction. Details
  • 05/08/2016
    The SCL project team organized a food donation activity for the community canteen operated by Lok Kwan Social Service in Tsz Wan Shan (South) Community Centre in August. Details
  • 27/07/2016
    Presentation slides of the 2nd Community Liaison Group (Admiralty Section) are ready. Details
  • 27/07/2016
    To facilitate the modification works for Ma On Shan Line, a temporary traffic management scheme will be implemented in phases near Che Kung Temple Station from 1 to 31 August 2016. Details
  • 26/07/2016
    A section of carriageway of Wai Wah Street and Wan Wah Street near Tsz Wan Shan Shopping Centre will be closed in phases for approximately 14 nights from 27 Jul to 9 Aug 2016 for the lifting and installation of temporary frame. Details
  • 08/07/2016
    To facilitate the pedestrian link facilities improvement works in Tsz Wan Shan, a section of carriageway of Wan Wah Street near Tsz Wan Shan Estate Central Playground will be temporarily narrowed from 11 July 2016 to the 4th quarter of 2017. Details
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