Kowloon Southern Link

17 November 2009

Link 200 project manager David Westwood talks about Hong Kong’s Kowloon Canton Railway Corporation’s (KCRC) Kowloon Southern Link. The new line closes a gap in the network between two of Kowloon's major rail lines and will service one of the most densely populated and busiest areas of Hong Kong. The HK$ 2 billion (AU$ 358 million/US$ 258 million) contract, which was delivered by the Link 200 Joint Venture (Leighton Asia, Balfour Beatty, Kumagai Gumi and John Holland), was to design and construct a new underground railway station at West Kowloon and its linking tunnels to East Tsim Sha Tsui Station. Video courtesy Leighton Holdings.
Latest News
Consortium chosen for California people mover project
Consortium will build an automated people mover in Southern California, US
HS2’s Northolt Tunnel reaches halfway point
The four tunnel boring machines excavating the Northolt Tunnel have excavated exactly half the project’s total distance.
Herc breaks revenue records in second quarter
Number three on the IRN100 ranking, Herc Rentals reaffirms its annual guidance for revenue growth with eyes on mega projects and infrastructure spending