road works proposed for yuen long

Projects, Slider 01 Dec 2014
road works proposed for yuen long

The Transport & Housing Bureau plans to implement road works near Yuen Long MTR station to serve future property development.

The proposed road works were gazetted today and include the construction and alteration of roads, footpaths and a footbridge.

The plans are available at the Central & Western and Yuen Long District Offices and the Yuen Long District Lands Office.

Proposed road works near West Rail Yuen Long Station

(i) construction of sections of the carriageway and footpath;
(ii) construction of an open elevated carriageway with footbridge underneath;
(iii) construction of public motorcycle parking spaces and public bicycle parking spaces;
(iv) permanent closure and conversion of sections of the existing carriageways into footpath, footpath / emergency vehicular access or central medians / traffic islands;
(v) permanent closure and conversion of sections of the existing emergency vehicular access, footpaths and central medians/ traffic islands into carriageways;
(vi) demolition and conversion ofsectionsof the existing planters into carriageways,footpaths, cycle track, public motorcycle parking spaces or public bicycle parking spaces;
(vii) permanent closure and demolition of sections of the existing covered footbridge, carriageways, footpaths, central medians/ traffic islands, public motorcycle parking spaces and public bicycle parking spaces;
(viii) demolition of sections of the existing planters;
(ix) temporary closure and reconstruction of sections of the existing carriageways,footpaths andcentral median / traffic island;
(x) temporary closure and modification of sections of the existing covered footbridge;
(xi) temporary closure of sections of the existing carriageways and central medians /
traffic islands; and
(xii) ancillary works including drainage works, pedestrian crossing facilities,
associated utilities and reinstatement works
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