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.
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