Once again, users of the cross-harbour tunnels face the prospect of dearer tolls. Those using the Eastern Harbour Tunnel have been spared a 40 per cent increase for now because the government believes the operator is already making reasonable profits.Sunday, 3 July, 2011, 12:00am
Drivers will be cushioned from a 40 per cent toll rise at the Eastern Harbour Tunnel for now, but what comes next could prove to be a lot more expensive.22 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Time, we've often heard, is money. Time in a traffic jam, however, is something less printable. In many ways, traffic in Hong Kong flows reasonably smoothly, especially considering the compactness of the Central business district and the hilly topography of the territory.14 Aug 2010 - 12:00am
A toll increase for trucks has been suggested as a possible solution to the serious congestion that plagues the Cross-Harbour Tunnel. The idea is that this would encourage many such vehicles to use the two other under-used but more expensive crossings.20 Feb 2010 - 12:00am
Transport Secretary Eva Cheng has rejected a proposal to buy Citic Pacific's stakes in the Eastern and Western harbour tunnels now, rather than wait for the results of a study ('Transport minister rejects tunnels buyout', October 25).30 Oct 2008 - 12:00am
It is close to midnight on a Friday, but the queues of vehicles at the entrances to the Cross Harbour Tunnel show no sign of dissipating. At the Hong Kong Island end, the line of vehicles extends 800 metres to the Sun Hung Kai Centre on Gloucester Road, Wan Chai.
The scene, common on most weekends and on some weekdays, is a reality that motorists have come to expect.12 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Heated debates have gone on for years about how to equalise traffic across all three cross-harbour tunnels. Yet virtually each day, most cars still gravitate towards the Cross-Harbour Tunnel between Causeway Bay and Hung Hom as it charges the lowest tolls. The price differences are simply too great for most motorists to ignore.5 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (CKI) is considering uninvited offers for its 40 per cent stake in the soon-to-be-opened Lane Cove toll tunnel in Sydney, which may lead to a A$310 million (HK$1.89 billion) sale, sources say.12 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Our new City Views columns will bring you despatches from the international cities that are a home way from home for many Hongkongers
It's turned out to be one of the biggest corporate disasters in Sydney's history.
When a consortium put together plans to dig a toll road under the city, it looked like it was on to a winner.4 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings' 50 per cent-owned Sydney Cross City Tunnel Motorway in Australia has gone into receivership with debt of A$560 million (HK$3.41 billion), fuelling analysts' fears of a possible provision for the remaining HK$400 million value of the toll tunnel.28 Dec 2006 - 12:00am