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Future Projects

  • Custom control center Liantang-Heung Yuen Wai. The Major Checkpoint at the junction of the main roads of Hong Kong and Shenzhen. It will be operational before 2018, and the budget will be around 25.0 billion HKD (Civil Engineering and Development Department).
  • Sha tin railway- Hung Hom 17 kilometres of new line. It is expected to be operational by 2019.
  • Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macao Bridge: The proposed Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macao Bridge (HZMB), being situated at the waters of Lingdingyang of Pearl River Estuary, is a mega-size sea crossing linking the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), Zhuhai City of Guangdong Province and Macao Special Administrative Region. It consists of a Main Bridge in Mainland waters together with the boundary crossing facilities and link roads within the three places. The functions of the Bridge are to meet the demand of passenger and freight land transport among Hong Kong, the Mainland (particularly the region of Pearl River West) and Macao, to establish a new land transport link between the east and west banks of the Pearl River, and to enhance the economic and sustainable development of the three places (Yalwa Hong Kong Business Directory).
  • The Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong expresses Rail Link (XRL) will be 26km long, running from the terminus in West Kowloon to Shenzhen, Dongguan and Guangzhou with significantly reduced journey time. In addition, it will become part of the 16.000 km national high-speed rail network now being developing, fostering closer economic ties between Hong Kong and the mainland. Upon completion of the railway, the travelling time from Hong Kong to Beijing and Shanghai will be shortened to about 10 and 8 hours respectively. Construction of the project has commenced for completion in 2018.
  • Besides the cross-boundary endeavors, the government has undertaken other large-scale infrastructure projects to improve the local transportation system, promote long-term development for arts and culture, and provide quality living space to citizens. As to the extension of the mass transit railway system, the west Island line has been opened; the Kwun Tong line extension and South Island line (east) are expected to be completed in 2016 while Sha Tin to central link are expected to complete in 2021. The government has also announced the Railway Development strategy 2014, providing a framework for planning the further expansion of Hong Kong’s railway network up to 2031 to cover areas inhabited by about 75% of the total population and about 85% of job opportunities. Besides, a new cruise terminal has been developed at the former Kai Tak Runway, with two alongside berths, well equipped with supporting facilities to accommodate the concurrent berthing of two mega cruise vessels (with gross tonnage of up to 220.000)
  • The Hong Kong International airport (HKIA) is considered one of the busiest airports in the world in terms of traffic of passengers (8º). HKIA is expected to reach its full capacity in the next few years. The executive Council has approved the expansion HKIA into a three-runway system. The Airport Authority is moving ahead with planning work with the aim of starting construction in 2016 for completion in 2023. Turning to the port, the government has released findings of the study on the strategic development plan for Hong Kong port 2030 and the preliminary feasibility study for container terminal 10 at southwest Tsing Yi (HKTDC).