NETWORK EXTENSION PROJECTS
Major expansion projects are currently under way to extend the reach of Hong Kong's railway network. Click on the picture below to learn more about each project.
The Tung Chung Line Extension – extending the existing Tung Chung Line by about 1.3km from Tung Chung Station westwards with a new station in Tung Chung West, and adding a new station at Tung Chung East new reclamation area by diverting about 1.2km of the operating track in between Sunny Bay and Tung Chung stations. Construction is expected to commence in 2023 with a target to complete in 2029.
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The Tuen Mun South Extension – the project will extend the Tuen Ma Line from Tuen Mun Station southwards by about 2.4km via A16 Station to a new terminus at Tuen Mun South in the vicinity of Tuen Mun Ferry Pier, providing direct railway connection to the community south of the Tuen Mun town centre. Construction is expected to commence in 2023 with a target to complete in 2030.
The Northern Link – the project includes the construction of Kwu Tung Station between Lok Ma Chau and Sheung Shui stations on the East Rail Line, which is targeted to commence construction in 2023 for completion in 2027. It also includes building the Northern Link between the Kwu Tung Station and the Kam Sheung Road Station, with three intermediate stations at San Tin, Ngau Tam Mei and Au Tau, which is targeted to commence construction in 2025 for completion in 2034. Upon completion of the project, the Northern Link will connect the East Rail Line and the Tuen Ma Line, forming a railway loop in the northern New Territories and enhancing the transport connectivity between the east and west of New Territories.
Hung Shui Kiu Station – The station is to be constructed between Tin Shui Wai and Siu Hong stations and located at the future Hung Shui Kiu / Ha Tsuen New Development Area. It provides a more convenient and environmentally friendly train services to the new development area and the districts nearby. Construction is expected to commence in 2024 with a target to complete in 2030.