After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong
After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong
Ian Brownlee
Opinion

Opinion

Ian Brownlee

Central-Wan Chai Bypass isn’t just vital infrastructure – it offers overcrowded Hong Kong a way out

  • Ian Brownlee says the Central-Wan Chai Bypass can relieve traffic at the centre of Hong Kong, creating new opportunities to make the city more livable and enjoyable

After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong
After years of construction and controversy, the Central-Wan Chai Bypass is set to open soon. Photo: David Wong
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Ian Brownlee

Ian Brownlee

Ian Brownlee is the managing director of planning consultancy Masterplan Limited and a member of the Citizens Task Force on Land Utilisation.