The three proposals being considered don't include a 'double-Y' configuration None of the proposals being reviewed for the Hong Kong-Macau-Zhuhai bridge include a landing point in Shenzhen, a senior Guangdong official says. Consultants from the China Highway Planning and Design Institute are considering three proposals. 'The three proposals do not include a double-Y [configuration],' Development and Reform Commission director-general Chen Shanru said. The proposals call for the bridge to go from Lantau to: Gongbei, with forks going to Macau and Zhuhai; Beian, with links to Macau and Zhuhai; and Hengqin Island, with a link to Macau. It was not disclosed why none of the proposals include a link to Shenzhen. 'Originally, the idea was for the bridge to have four landing points. It's not just Guangdong's idea, but Hong Kong's research department has also given us related materials,' Mr Chen said. Hong Kong Environment, Transport and Works Secretary Sarah Liao Sau-tung has reportedly confirmed that the landing point in Hong Kong will be at Lantau. Guangdong Governor Huang Huahua said earlier at a briefing on pan-Pearl River Delta regional co-operation that the benefits of a double-Y bridge that also connected Shenzhen were greater as it would link eastern Guangdong with the west. But he added the province would not object to a single-Y design and would leave it to the experts to decide. He said feasibility studies would be completed before the end of the year. Mr Chen also sought to lay to rest speculation that the bridge would incorporate a railway track, saying the selection of the Lantau landing point ruled out such a link.