Double-arch steel bridge was erected on 26 February, marking a key milestone of the CBL project. The remaining prefabricated bridge components will soon be shipped to Hong Kong for erection.
Excavation and construction of pile caps are being carried out at Wan O Road. Backfilling works of the at-grade road section of Road D9 is in progress while construction of column and external walls are being carried out at the elevated section of Road D9. In the meantime, construction of wave protection walls has also commenced. Foundation works for the cycle track and footpath connecting Road D9 is in progress.
The construction of the cast-in-situ V-piers, pile caps in Junk Bay, and foundation and structural works at Wan O Road / Road D9 are in progress. The 400 metres long steel bridge of marine viaduct has a main span of 200 metres, which will become the longest single-spanned steel arch bridge in Hong Kong upon completion. The assembly of the deck and arch of the steel arch bridge was just completed in December 2020.
Foundation works are being carried out at Wan O Road as well as at the cycle track and footpath connecting Road D9. Substructural works of the at-grade road section of Road D9 are in progress. The remaining structural construction works would continue at the elevated section of Road D9.
Construction of V-pier, installation of precast pile-cap shell, erection of precast V-pier and precast box girder are in progress at Junk Bay. Fabrication of steel and concrete components of the main bridge at off-site yards in the Mainland is in progress. The heaviest and longest precast full span concrete box girder in Hong Kong was installed on V-piers at Junk Bay in August 2020.
Foundation works are being carried out at Wan O Road. Substructural works of the at-grade road section of Road D9 are in progress. For elevated road section, a precast concrete box girder of the marine viaduct was installed on the abutment at Road D9 in August 2020. The remaining construction works of abutment and the elevated structure would continue.
The foundation works for the main bridge were completed in January 2020. Fabrication of steel and concrete components of the main bridge at off-site yards in the Mainland is in progress. Erection of precast concrete V-piers and box girders are in progress at Junk Bay.
Substructural works of at-grade road section of Road D9 are in progress. For elevated road section, construction of abutment and superstructure is in progress.
Pile caps are being constructed at Junk Bay. Bridge components of the marine viaduct are being fabricated at off-site yards in the Mainland.
Foundation works at Road D9 are in progress. Full closure of Wan O Road has been implemented since 5 January 2020 to facilitate construction of roadworks.
Marine foundation works were substantially completed. Installation of pile-cap shells and casting of pile caps are in progress. Meanwhile, concrete and steel components of the marine viaduct are being fabricated at off-site yards in the Mainland. The construction of E&M plant room is in good progress.
Foundation works at Road D9 are in progress. Wan O Road was closed on 5 January 2020 to facilitate the construction of semi-enclosure.
The progress of marine bored-piling works is good. Precast pile-cap shells are being installed at Junk Bay. The concrete box girders of the marine viaduct is being produced at the fabrication yard in the Mainland. The construction of E&M plant room is being constructed in tandem.
Pre-drilling and foundation works at Road D9 are in progress.
The marine bored-piling works and the construction of E&M plant room are in good progress. The fabrication of pile-cap shells for the foundation of marine viaduct and box girders of the concrete bridge commenced.
The pre-drilling works and bored-piling works of Road D9 are in progress. The construction of bridge abutment will commence.
The pre-drilling works for the foundation of the marine viaduct at Junk Bay are in progress. The marine bored-piling works also commenced.
The pre-drilling works for the foundation of Road D9 commenced.
We kicked off foundation works for the marine viaduct at Junk Bay, mainly pre-drilling works to determine the rock-head levels. Besides, construction of site accommodations at the works areas of Wan O Road is in progress.
Site clearance at the works areas of Wan O Road is in progress.
We are carrying out the pre-drilling works to ascertain the rockhead level and the depth of piles.
Funding was approved from the Finance Committee of Legislative Council for the construction of Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O on 8 June 2018
The Cross Bay Link Main Bridge Contract commenced on 12 July 2018
The Cross Bay Link Road D9 Contract commenced on 31 October 2018.
Contract signing ceremony for Contract No. NE/2017/08 - Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O - Road D9 and Associated Works was held on 26 November 2018.
The wind tunnel tests were completed.
Detailed design was substantially completed in end 2017.
Detailed design and wind tunnel tests were in progress.
Site investigation works for the proposed Cross Bay Link commenced in March 2015, was completed in November 2015, aiming to obtain necessary geological information for the detailed design works. The works include:Land vertical drilling
Marine vertical and inclined drilling
Field tests and laboratory tests
Contract Information as below:
|Contract No.||: NE/2014/04|
|Title||: Site Investigation for Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O|
|Contractor||: Lam Geotechnics Limited|
Vertical Drilling works
Jack-up platform for marine drilling
Floating barge for marine drilling
The site investigation works for detailed design stage of the Project was completed in November 2015.
In the Public Works Subcommittee of the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council meeting on 19 March 2014, the Subcommittee supported the funding application for detailed design of this Project. The Finance Committee of the Legislative Council approved the funding application of detailed design of the Project on 2 May 2014.
The amendment scheme of the project was gazetted on 21 March 2014.
The detailed design of the project commenced in August 2014.
The Government published a notice in the Gazette on 21 November 2014 announcing that the Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O has been authorised by the Chief Executive in Council.
The recommended scheme was presented to Sai Kung District Council on 8 January 2013. Support from the District Council was obtained.
The Environmental Impact Assessment Report of Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O was exhibited for public to comment from 3 April to 2 May 2013. The Report was approved by the Director of Environmental Protection with conditions on 11 July 2013.
The project was gazetted on 10 May 2013 under Roads (Works, Use and Compensation) Ordinance (Chapter 370).
The Environmental Permit was granted by the Director of Environmental Protection on 15 August 2013.
Year 2009 - 2012
Carried out 3-stages public engagement activities during which a Design Idea Invitation Event had been conducted, and the winning ideas had been taken forward for design options development. After detailed evaluation, Eternity Arch option, finally selected as the Preferred Option, scored the highest and at the same time, it was the most welcomed option by locals as noted from Sai Kung District Council survey and public survey.