Tseung Kwan O Cross-Bay Link and cycle tracks 將軍澳跨灣連接路及單車徑

February 15th, 2012 | Posted by wheeliefine in cycle tracks

On Sunday, a Public Forum was held to discuss the latest revisions and updates to the planned Tseung Kwan O – Lam Tin Tunnel and Cross Bay Link. In development for at least 20 years, according to one outspoken attendee, the plan is meant to enhance road transport networks and connectivity in the area, with the added benefit of providing a cycle track loop of around 1km – completely isolated from road and pedestrian traffic – with great views, crossing an “infinity bridge” spanning Junk Bay.


At least one TKO resident spoke out on the urgent need for the cycle track to connect the various housing developments, requesting that it be implemented “as soon as possible,” and there seemed to be general agreement from all sides – including presenting parties from CEDD, Aecom, and Arup – that a continuous, interconnected cycle track was a pressing need. Specifically, WM Wong, Chief Engineer for CEDD, promised a cycle track connecting Lohas Park to Tseung Kwan O South in the next 1-2 years, at the very least, and remarked that commuting purposes were being given careful consideration. The crossbay link will of course take a long time to build – up to ten years – but in the meantime, we are told, cycle tracks will be built and put into use to connect estates in the area.


Project  項目工程 : http://www.tko-ltt.hk/

If you live in TKO or are interested in this project and would like to keep in touch with other cyclists to monitor progress, drop a line to info@hkcyclingalliance.org.
如果您是將軍澳居民,或有意與其他單車人士繼續一起關注並監察此項目進度,請馬上電郵至: info@hkcyclingalliance.org

[Thanks to Brandon Kirk for this report]
鳴謝Brandon Kirk是項報導

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