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Central - Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link roving exhibition

     The Highways Department is holding a roving exhibition for the Central - Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link (CWB) project from today (October 1) to November to enhance public understanding of the benefits, construction methods, engineering challenges and features of the CWB project.
     The CWB is a 4.5km-long dual three lane trunk road, including a 3.7km long tunnel section, connecting Central to the Island Eastern Corridor (IEC) at North Point via Wan Chai and Causeway Bay. Four slip roads are provided to enable road users to access to the CWB. Upon the commissioning of the CWB, the travelling time between Central and the IEC will be reduced to around five minutes, making the linkage between the east of Hong Kong Island and other districts in the western side of the territory smoother and more direct.
     The exhibition venues and dates are as follows:

Date   Location
October 1 to 5
(11am to 7pm)
  Fitfort (Lower Ground Floor), North Point
October 15 to 21
(11am to 7pm)
  MTR Central Station (near Exit K)
October 29 – November 2
(9am to 6pm)
  Central Community Liaison Centre (Under footbridge at Man Yiu Street)
November 12 to 16
(11am to 7pm)
  One International Finance Centre Main Concourse, Central

     Staff will be on-site to introduce the project details. Members of the public are welcome to visit the roving exhibition.
     The roving exhibition has been held at different venues, including Queensway Government Offices, Revenue Tower, North Point Government Offices and Kornhill Plaza, since August.

Ends/Monday, October 1, 2018