x` Trunk Road T2 and Infrastructure Works for Developments at the Former South Apron

What's New

  • The Community Liaison Centre - Kai Tak will be closed for interior enhancement from 25 May 2023 (Thursday) to 30 June 2023 (Friday). You are welcome to visit our Community Liaison Centre at Cha Kwo Ling which is open as usual. Please refer to the notice for details.

  • The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Geotechnical Division visited Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnels Project on 13 May 2023. After the introduction of the project background, Tunnel Boring Machine and geotechnical innovation by the project team, the members joined a tour to the construction site and visited the tunnel boring machine and the innovative tunnel inspection technology.


  • On 27 April 2023, the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project Team conducted an interview with Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) to discuss the "3S Tunnel Defect Inspector." This innovative technology was co-developed by the East Development Office (EDO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD), Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and the Hong Kong Productivity Council.

    During the interview, the project team representative introduced “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” which is being applied to the tunnel structure inspection works in the Project. This system is the first application using drone with on board Artificial Intelligence technology for tunnel inspection and it could conduct real-time tunnel defect inspection, so as to substantially enhance site safety, productivity and sustainability of engineering projects.


  • On 22 April 2023, members of Project Mingde Student Association of The University of Hong Kong visited Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project. After the project team briefed them on the project background and the characteristics of tunnel boring machine, the students were led by the project team to visit the tunnel. They understand how the tunnel boring machine carries out underground excavation and builds the tunnel lining structure at the same time. Being able to closely observe the tunnel boring machine, the students were all excited and expressed that it was a valuable experience.


  • Delegates of the Singapore Land Transport Authority visited the “Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel” Project on 20 April 2023. Our project team introduced the project, tunnel boring machine and innovative technologies applied in the project. Led by the project team, the delegates visited the tunnel and the tunnel boring machine. Representatives from Singapore and Hong Kong exchanged valuable knowledge and shared experience in professional technology, road planning and construction.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project team was invited by Ning Po College to hold a “Tunnel Boring Machines Workshop” for their Form 5 students at the Kai Tak Community Liaison Centre on 18 April 2023. The Project Team briefed the teacher and students on the background of the project and the characteristics of the tunnel boring machines (TBMs), and guided them to visit the project model and TBM model as well as playing various immersive interactive games to let the students able to experience the tunnel construction works. Students were very interested in TBMs and listened attentively to the engineer’s explanation. Not only did the students deepen their understanding of the T2 project, the assembly process of the TBMs and the ingenious tunnel wall design, the workshop also presented the complex and abstract engineering concepts in an interesting and lively way.


  • 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector Attained the 2023 Edison Awards

    3S Tunnel Defect Inspector, co-developed by the East Development Office (EDO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD), the Hong Kong Productivity Council and Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture, has been recognised in the prestigious 2023 Edison Awards amidst fierce competition among hundreds of entries worldwide and has won bronze accolade, once again demonstrating its outstanding capabilities on the international stage. The system has been unanimously recognised by the judges, praising for its technological breakthrough in the category of “Critical Human Infrastructure – Intelligent Modelling”.

    The Edison Awards is among the most prestigious accolades honoring excellence in new product and service development, marketing, design and innovation while also strengthening the human drive for innovation, creativity, and ingenuity.


  • 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector Displayed in the Smart Hong Kong Pavilion at the InnoEX 2023

    “InnoEX 2023” was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wanchai from 12 to 15 April 2023. The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer set up the “Smart Hong Kong Pavilion” at the InnoEX 2023 to showcase the innovative achievements by various government departments. The Civil Engineering and Development Department has displayed the “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” being applied to the tunnel structure inspection works in the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project. The inspection system had attracted many representatives from overseas and mainland technology companies, government officials, school teams and public to visit. This exhibition provides visitors from different sectors with a rare opportunity to learn many innovations applied in industry and the important role of technology in driving the smart city development in Hong Kong and improving safety as well as efficiency.

    The InnoEX 2023 aims to publicise the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's efforts in promoting smart city development and facilitate exchange between the Government and different sectors of the community so as to further promote smart city development.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project team has been actively promoting the project to different stakeholders. Besides introducing the construction techniques and innovative technology to engineering professionals and students, we also share engineering knowledge with primary and secondary school students with a view to stimulating their interest in engineering. On 31 March 2023, students and teachers at St. Joseph’s Anglo-Chinese School joined the Trunk Road T2 Interactive Workshop at the Kai Tak Community Liaison Centre through the School Promotion Programme "Know More About Government Services". The project team introduced the project background and the characteristics of the tunnel boring machines (TBMs) to them. Through various immersive and interactive exhibits, students were able to walk through the tunnel construction site, understand the assembly process of the TBMs and the ingenious design of the universal tunnel lining. The visit not only deepened the students' understanding of the T2 project, but also vividly presented complex and abstract engineering concepts to the students.


  • The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Young Members Committee visited Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project on the 18 March 2023. After the project team briefed them on the project background at the Kai Tak Community Liaison Center, they geared up and set out to visit the tunnel. A group of young members were very excited to take a closer look of the gigantic tunnel boring machine and learn various innovative construction technologies applied to the T2 project at close range. Together with the detailed explanations of the project team, it is believed that their engineering knowledge and understanding of the T2 project have been deepened.


  • Students from the Hong Kong University visited the Kai Tak Community Liaison Centre on 10 March 2023. Apart from introducing the project background, the adoption of innovative technologies and the features of tunnel boring machines (TBM) to the students, the project team took them to view the peanut shaped launching shaft from the rooftop of the building adjacent to the site and showed them the tunnel alignment as well as the working procedures of our TBMs through AR technology.


  • 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector of Trunk Road T2 Receives an Honour Again
    After winning multiple awards in 2022, the “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” of Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project was recognised again for its application of innovative intelligent tunnel inspection. In “The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Grand Award" award ceremony held by The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) on 9 March 2023, the “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” developed by the Civil Engineering and Development Department together with the Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and the Hong Kong Productivity Council has won the Certificate of Merit under the innovation sub-category of An Innovative Application (All Member Group) in “The HKIE Grand Award 2023".
    “The HKIE Grand Award 2023" is a new award aimed at recognizing the achievements and contributions of engineering professionals to the Institution development of Hong Kong.


  • The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Associate Members Committee (AMC) members visited the Trunk Road T2 Kai Tak Community Liaision Centre on 4th March 2023.The resident engineers introduced the project, the features of Tunnel Boring Machine and the innovative technology applied in construction such as 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector. Besides, the AMC members visited various exhibits in the centre and exchanged opinions with the project team. The members have further learned the Tunnel Boring Machine and various innovative geotechnical monitoring technologies.


  • The 8th Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 27 February 2023.


  • Following the school outreach activity held last year on 2 August at Our Lady of China Catholic Primary School, the project team accepted the invitation of the school to hold two additional school outreaching activity sessions on 24 February 2023. We introduced the Project and the key features of our tunnel boring machines to 120 primary 6 students. We also reproduced the construction process of the tunnel by augmented reality technology. This activity not only vividly presented the complex engineering concept to the students, but also enriched their learning experience.


  • Students and teachers of Po Chiu Catholic Secondary joined the Trunk Road T2 Interactive Workshop at the Kai Tak Community Liaison Centre through the School Promotion Programme "Know More About Government Services" on 21 February 2023. Through various interactive and immersive exhibits, the project team introduced the project and the features of the tunnel boring machines (TBMs), and led the students to walk through the tunnel construction site, experience the assembly process of the TBMs as well as ingenious design of the universal tunnel lining. This visit not only vividly presented the complex engineering concept to the students, but also enriched their learning experience.


  • Tseung Kwan O Government Secondary School visited Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project on 7 February 2023 through the School Promotion Programme in "Know More About Government Services". On that day, teacher and students came to our Kai Tak Community Liaison Center in the afternoon. Our project engineer introduced to them the working principle of the Tunnel Boring Machine and various innovative technologies applied in the project. In order to allow students to learn more about our Tunnel Boring Machines and the tunnel construction process with fun, we simulated virtual construction site environment by using mixed reality, augmented reality and immersive experience technologies, making students feel like they are in the tunnel site through games and gaining a better understanding on the assembly, operation of the Tunnel Boring Machine and the use of the intelligent 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector to inspect the segment wall of the tunnel.


  • On 14th January 2023, the Hong Kong Institution of Highways and Transportation visited the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project. Our project team briefly introduced the project, the features of Tunnel Boring Machine and the innovative technologies for precise geotechnical control and instrumentation in the project to members of the society with expertise in highway engineering and transportation planning, and exchanged views and shared experience together in road planning and construction.


  • Following the "Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel - Tunnel Boring Machine Naming Competition" held earlier, the two tunnel boring machines were successfully named "Victoria" and "Rhea" respectively. On 29 December 2022, the Project Team was delighted to invite the awardees of the naming competition to the "T2 Project Adventures” for them to learn in deep about the operation of the tunnel boring machines and the tunnel construction process. In the adventures, we allow the students to enter a tunnel construction site in a simulation environment through innovative technologies including 360 immersive video, mixed reality and virtual reality. These "junior engineers" were tasked to participate in the design, assembly and control of TBMs, as well as inspection of tunnel defects through our interactive games. Students gained a unique and miraculous learning experience which can greatly enrich their knowledge in tunnel construction.


  • The five-day Construction Innovation Expo 2022 (CIExpo) CIC Construction Innovation Expo 2022 held from 13 to 17 December 2022 successfully concluded on 17 December 2022. The CIExpo attracts over 120 exhibitors from all over the world to showcase their cutting-edge construction technology to the industry.

    The Civil Engineering and Development Department together with the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project team introduced the major components and assembly process of Tunnel Boring Machine through the latest mixed reality technology. A 360 videos with the immersive construction site was specially produced to allow visitors to experience the tunnel under construction. In addition, our Project Team engineers presented the state-of-the-art technologies adopted in the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project with their hands-on experiences.


  • “Science in the Public Service” (SIPS) is a joint campaign by government bureaux and departments as well as other organisations to promote the application of technology to the provision of better services for the general public.

    The Geotechnical Engineer of East Development Office of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Mr. CHAN Yam Ming, introduced the application of remote sensing for precise geotechnical control and monitoring instrumentation in “Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project” at the seminar held on 17 December 2022. It is the new technology applied in Hong Kong’s construction industry which can greatly enhance safety and efficiency of the project.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project is dedicated to use innovative technology to improve construction efficiency, quality and safety. We hope that the experience of applying such technology to practical use can be shared among engineers and engineering students. On 25th November 2022, fellow students from The Engineering Students’ Union, HKUSTSU visited our Kai Tak Community Liaison Centre to learn what and how the new technology being used in the T2 project. Students then overlook the construction site from high ground, our resident engineers introduce the working procedures of Tunnel Boring Machines with a tablet that loaded with augmented reality programme.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project Team was excited to participate in The Community Chest New Territories Walk for Millions 2022 at Cross Bay Link of Tseung Kwan O held on 20 November 2022.

    This is the first in-person walk since the outbreak of the pandemic. The event provides an opportunity to the public to set foot on the new landmark bridge, which is the first marine viaduct in Hong Kong with a carriageway, cycle track and footpath, and at the same time raise fund for the families in need. The event is meaningful and definitely worth supporting.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project held a site visit with graduate engineers from both Civil Engineering Graduate Training Scheme and Geotechnical Engineering Graduate Training Scheme on 18 November 2022, introducing the project, the features of Tunnel Boring Machine and the innovative technologies for precise geotechnical control and instrumentation in the Project.


  • “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” has been recognized as one of the Winners by the 2022 R&D 100 Awards in the Software/Services category. The Awards gala was held on November 17th, 2022 at Coronado, California. We are glad to celebrate this honour with different countries representative and share the views of innovation.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project participated in the launching ceremony of the promotional campaign namely " Design for Future Build for Life " organized by the Construction Industry Council on 14 November 2022. The purpose of the campaign is to promote the professional image, development opportunities of the industry and its contributions to the building of our community, whilst attracting young generation to join this industry and realize their talents.

    On that day, the Project Team put up an augmented reality (AR) game based on our 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector system. Through the game, participants not only learnt about the application of innovative technology in engineering projects, but also could “check in” with our Tunnel Boring Machines using the augmented reality filters in our booth.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project held a virtual site visit with The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors on 12 November 2022, introducing the project, the surveying method and the innovative surveying of this project.


  • Trunk Road T2 and Infrastructure Works for Developments at the Former South Apron Project received recognition in the category of “BIM Projects” in the Celebration of BIM Achievement 2022 co-organized by the Construction Industry Council and Development Bureau on 2 November 2022.

    The Celebration of BIM Achievement is to inspire organisations and practitioners to continually be creative, innovative, transformative or disruptive in bringing Building Information Modelling (BIM) to its full potential, by recognising and sharing their achievements with all stakeholders.


  • The 7th Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 4 November 2022.


  • Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project participated in the InnoCarnival 2022 organized by the Innovation and Technology Commission from 22 to 30 October 2022. The InnoCarnival 2022 is one of the celebration events of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region with the theme of “Innovation & Technology Empower our Dreams”.

    The Project Team set up an augmented reality (AR) game based on our 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector, and AR filter which allow visitors to take a virtual photo with our Tunnel Boring Machines at our booth of the InnoCarnival 2022. The design of AR game aims to introduce the innovative technologies applied in the Project and encourage the industry to further apply technologies to enhance productivity.

    It was an honor to have Deputy Director of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Mr. MA Hon Ngai, Harry, JP, and Deputy Director of Drainage Services Department, Mr. CHUI Si Kay, JP, visiting our booth on the first day of the event.

    During the nine-day carnival, our 3S Tunnel Defect Inspector AR game had been well received by the public and attracted many visitors to line up at our booth to experience being a tunnel engineer.


  • Students from The University of Hong Kong visited the Community Liaison Centre on 10,11 and 14 October 2022. The project team introduced the Project, the features of tunnel boring machines and Kai Tak Development.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project held a virtual site visit with Hong Kong University Engineering Alumni Association on 24 September 2022, introducing the project, the features of Tunnel Boring Machine and the innovative geotechnical monitoring technologies of this project. The project team also has successfully demonstrated for the first time that the drone of the “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” can be applied to conduct the virtual site visit.


  • Following the ”3S Tunnel Defect Inspector" invented in Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project received a Silver Medal on 28 March 2022 in the Geneva International Inventions Exhibition 2022 and recognized as one of the Winners by the 2022 R&D 100 Awards in the Software/Services category on 22 August 2022, it also won the Emerging Technology – Industrial Construction Award in the Hong Kong Business Technology Excellence Awards 2022 on 15 September 2022. The Awards organized by “Hong Kong Business” aims to honour enterprises that have remarkably contributed to transforming industries and driving business growth through innovation and technology.

    The development of the detection system is the result of the collaborative efforts of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and Hong Kong Productivity Council. This innovation has been successfully applied in the project.


  • The Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project received an Excellence Award in “Life First” 2022 organized by Construction Industry Council on 29 August 2022. The “Life First” aims to gather the efforts from all stakeholders among the construction industry to enhance safety awareness and raise safety standards on sites.


  • A media briefing was held on 30 August 2022 by the East Development Office (EDO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department. Media representatives were briefed on "3S Tunnel Defect Inspector”, the first application in Hong Kong using drone with on board Artificial Intelligence technology for tunnel surface inspection, and then visited the site for the demonstration. The system has been applied in the tunnel inspection works of Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel.

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  • “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” has been recognized as one of the Winners by the 2022 R&D 100 Awards in the Software/Services category on 22 August 2022. The R&D 100 Awards is widely referred to as “the Oscars of Innovation”. “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” uses a drone with on-board AI for real-time tunnel surface defects detection to enhance safety, productivity and sustainability in construction project.

    The development of the detection system is the result of the collaborative efforts of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and Hong Kong Productivity Council. This innovation has been successfully applied in the project.


  • Patent of “Intelligent inspection drone applied to detect concrete defects in tunnel sites” which forms part of “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector” has been granted in Hong Kong by the Intellectual Property Department of the HKSAR Government on 24 June 2022.


  • Following the ”3S Tunnel Defect Inspector" invented in Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project received a Silver Medal on 28 March 2022 in the Geneva International Inventions Exhibition 2022, it has also been announced as one of the Finalists for the 2022 R&D 100 Awards on 15 August 2022.

    The development of the detection system is the result of the collaborative efforts of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and Hong Kong Productivity Council. This innovation has been successfully applied in the project.


  • The project team held two sessions of school outreach activities with Our Lady of China Catholic Primary School on 2 August 2022, introducing the Project and the features of tunnel boring machines to approximate 120 students.


  • A virtual site visit to Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel co-organized by The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Geological Society of London, The Geological Society of Hong Kong and The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining was held on 30 July 2022.


  • The 6th Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 17 June 2022.


  • A technical paper on the application of fibre optics and remote sensing techniques for geotechnical control and instrumentation in the Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Project was presented in the HKIE Geotechnical Division 42nd Annual Seminar on 13 May 2022. This is the first-time application in Hong Kong by using fibre optics and light detection and ranging (LiDAR) scanning technique to monitor the entire excavation process of the peanut-shaped tunnel boring machine launching shaft in the project.

    The successful combination and application of the techniques for geotechnical control is the collaborative efforts of Civil Engineering and Development Department, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture.


  • The project team held an online school outreach activity with The Hong Kong Taoist Association Ching Chung Secondary School on 6 May 2022, introducing the Project, the features of tunnel boring machines and the application of Augmented Reality at site.


  • The project team arranged an online career sharing to the students of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) on 11 April 2022. The IVE alumni currently working for the Project shared their career path, responsibilities, examples of their daily works and introduced the innovative electronic project management system adopted in the Project. The IVE expressed that it was a valuable chance for their students to understand the career development opportunities upon graduation.


  • As part of the "Beyond Your Campus" Competition 2021-2022 organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors, the project team held an online workshop on 26 March 2022 to introduce the project, sub-sea tunnelling by Tunnel Boring Machines, advanced land surveying technologies and geotechnical monitoring innovations adopted in the project, as well as the roles and responsibilities of surveyors in the construction industry to the contestants.


  • The Community Liaison Centres at Kai Tak and Cha Kwo Ling of the Project will be reopened with effect from 21 April 2022.

  • The ”3S Tunnel Defect Inspector" invented in Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel project received a Silver Medal on 28 March 2022 in the Geneva International Inventions Exhibition 2022. The development of the detection system is the result of the collaborative efforts of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Hyder-Meinhardt Joint Venture and Hong Kong Productivity Council. This innovation has been successfully applied in the project.

    “3S Tunnel Defect Inspector" is the first tunnel inspection system based on drone and on-board AI processing technologies. Bringing digital upgrade to the tunnel inspection, it enables engineers to conduct defect inspections on tunnel linings in a safe and intelligent manner.


  • Contract No. ED/2020/03: Trunk Road T2 - Traffic Control and Surveillance System and Associated Works commenced on 28 January 2022.

  • Newsletter “Track” Issue 3 has been published. Please see our webpage on "Community - Newsletter".

  • In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel Community Liaison Centres will be temporarily closed from 7 January 2022 until further notice. Please refer to the notice for details

  • Students from Hong Kong Institute of Construction visited the Community Liaison Centre on 29 December 2021. The project team introduced the Project, the features of tunnel boring machines and the application of Modular Integrated Construction(MiC).


  • The 5th Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 28 December 2021.


  • The project team held a school outreach activity with Ning Po No.2 College on 13 November 2021, introducing the Project and the features of tunnel boring machine.


  • Trunk Road T2 project celebrates its TBM Launching Ceremony on 9 November, 2021. Officiating guests including Ms Mable Chan, Permanent Secretary for Transport and Housing (Transport), Mr Vincent Ng, Chairman of the Harbourfront Commission, Mr Albert Lee, Director of Civil Engineering and Development Department, Mr Michael Leung, Project Manager of the East Development Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department, and representatives from the project team.

    During the ceremony, the results of the TBM Naming Competition was announced. The two Tunnel Boring Machines were named "Victoria" and "Rhea". “Victoria” apart from being the name of Hong Kong’s beautiful harbour, Victoria has the meaning of victory, suggesting the smooth accomplishment of the project. The goddess “Rhea” represents the eternal flow of time in Greek mythology. This meaning aligns perfectly with the objectives of the Trunk Road T2 project to reduce travelling time and create a more convenient transport network.

    For details, please visit the Facebook page of the Transport and Housing Bureau at www.facebook.com/2075252216022829/posts/3012812442266797/?d=n and Civil Engineering and Development Department YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjZ6D70S9f4


  • The 4th Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 27 September 2021.


  • The project team held a school outreach activity with SKH Kei Hau Secondary School on 6 and 13 July 2021, introducing the Project and the features of tunnel boring machine.


  • The 3rd Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 5 July 2021.


  • Students from City University of Hong Kong General Education Programme visited the Community Liaison Centre on 29 June 2021. The project team introduced the Project and had a discussion with the students on the application of innovation technology in the construction field.


  • Newsletter “Track” Issue 2 has been published. Please see our webpage on "Community - Newsletter".

  • "Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel - Tunnel Boring Machine Naming Competition" was launched on 31 May 2021. Naming proposals for the two tunnel boring machines are invited from interested secondary and primary students.

  • Delia Memorial School (Glee Path) visited the Community Liaison Centre on 29 May 2021. The project team introduced the Project and had a sharing on the career in construction industry.


  • The project team held an online school outreach activity with Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Sau Nan Primary School on 4 and 5 May 2021, introducing the Project and the features of tunnel boring machine.


  • The project team held a school outreach activity with CCC Kei Faat Primary School (Yau Tong) on 21 April 2021, introducing the Project and the features of tunnel boring machine.


  • Members of Kwun Tong District Council attended a briefing on Trunk Road T2 construction progress on 14 April 2021.


  • The 2nd Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 25 March 2021.


  • The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (Geotechnical Division), Geological Society of Hong Kong and The Geological Society of London - Hong Kong Regional Group joined a Virtual Site Visit to the Tunnel Boring Machine Launching Shaft on 27 February 2021.


  • The Community Liaison Centre – Cha Kwo Ling was opened on 1 March 2021. For the location and details, please refer to our webpage "Community – Community Liaison Centre".


  • Newsletter “Track” Issue 1 has been published. Please see our webpage on "Community - Newsletter".

  • The Community Liaison Centre - Kai Tak was opened on 17 September 2020.


  • The 1st Community Liaison Group (CLG) Meeting (Cha Kwo Ling) was held on 30 June 2020.


  • Contract No. ED/2018/04 - Trunk Road T2 and Infrastructure Works for Developments at the Former South Apron commenced on 14 November 2019.

  • The Civil Engineering and Development Department signed a contract of about HK$10.918 billion on 6 November 2019 with Bouygues Travaux Publics for the Trunk Road T2 and Infrastructure Works for Developments at the Former South Apron.