What's New

  • 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.