A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout
A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout

Transport and logistics

After 11 years and HK$90 million in studies, Hong Kong scraps proposed Kai Tak elevated rail link

  • Development chief Michael Wong tells lawmakers the project simply proved financially unworkable
  • Some lawmakers have expressed dismay over the scrapping of the plan, with one calling the wasted investment an ‘international joke’

Topic |   Transport and logistics
A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout
A rendering of the proposed monorail running through the Kai Tak Development, a plan the government has officially scrapped. Photo: Handout
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