XHC

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XHCCross-Harbour Tunnel (Hong Kong)
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The Transport Department (TD) today (December 1) reminded the public that "stop-and-go" e-payment facilities will be provided at the manual toll booths of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel from 2am on Sunday (December 3).
These include the management of the Hong Kong Cross-Harbour Tunnel, provision of high-end safe deposit box services, construction financing services for sub-contractors, and operation of an online building materials procurement platform.
When completed it will house the entrance to the new cross-harbour tunnel and part of the West Kowloon expressway.
Members of the Transport Advisory Committee (TAC) were briefed today (November 30) on the preliminary findings of the Government's study on the rationalisation of traffic distribution among the three road harbour crossings (RHCs) (viz the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, the Eastern Harbour Crossing and the Western Harbour Crossing) and the three land tunnels between Kowloon and Sha Tin (viz the Lion Rock Tunnel, the Tate's Cairn Tunnel and the Eagle's Nest and Sha Tin Heights Tunnel), and the proposed next steps for the study.
HONG KONG, Oct 31, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Chun Wo Tunnel Management Limited, subsidiary of Chun Wo Development Holdings Limited ("Chun Wo") is pleased to announce that a six-year management contract of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel has been awarded by the Transport Department of the HKSAR for management, operation and maintenance services and the contracted service will commence on 1 November 2016.
Leveraging Chun Wo's extensive experience in construction and property management, its subsidiary company has won the six-year management, operation and maintenance contract of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, representing a recognition of the company's capability of delivering one-stop management services.
Starting from the end of September, the "stop-and-go" e-payment service will be introduced in phases at the other seven government tolled tunnels and roads, namely Aberdeen Tunnel, Cross-Harbour Tunnel, Tseung Kwan O Tunnel, Lion Rock Tunnel, Tsing Sha Highway, Lantau Link and Eastern Harbour Crossing.
The mid-level walkway between concourse and platform levels will be directly connected to the concourse by lifts and escalators to further improve access for commuters travelling between the station and nearby Hung Hom, the Cross-Harbour Tunnel Plaza and Tsim Sha Tsui areas.
Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says the Government has put on hold its proposal to increase the Cross-Harbour Tunnel toll and reduce the Eastern Harbour Crossing toll.