How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout
How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout

11 years, still waiting: Hong Kong government needs to hurry up with studying Kai Tak rail link proposal, experts say

  • Officials urged to be more flexible, try using a mix of transport modes for different areas
  • Proposal for elevated 9-km monorail has run into ‘more than expected complicated challenges’

Topic |   Future of transport
How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout
How the monorail was envisaged under the Kai Tak Development. But progress is slow amid suggestions the government is having second thoughts. Photo: Handout
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