Hong Kong’s costliest rail project hit by more delays, with July next year new target date for opening Hung Hom-Admiralty section

The remaining Hung Hom-Admiralty section of the long-overdue Sha Tin to Central link, Hong Kong’s most expensive rail project ever, will be delayed yet again until about next July due to setbacks caused by signalling glitches last year, the MTR Corporation has revealed.Confirming an earlier Post report, MTR Corp CEO Jacob Kam Chak-pui on Friday said the cross-harbour section of the HK$90.7 billion (US$11.7 billion) rail link would be further delayed from the previously revised first quarter of…


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