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Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads Beyond 2030
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Commencement of Registration for Public Forum

Public Forums for “Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030” are now open for online registration from 3 February 2023.

Meeting with the District Council members

The Transport and Logistics Bureau, in collaboration with the Transport Department and the Highways Department, conducted a consultation session on 14 January, when members of the District Council were briefed on the study principles, preliminary findings, and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study) and had their opinions aired over the preliminary proposed proposals.

Meeting with the Heung Yee Kuk New Territories

The Transport and Logistics Bureau, in collaboration with the Transport Department and the Highways Department, conducted a consultation session with the Heung Yee Kuk New Territories (Heung Yee Kuk) on 9 January on the study principles, preliminary findings and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study), on which members also voiced their opinions over the preliminary proposed proposals.

TAC briefed on proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings and preliminary findings and recommendations of Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030

The Transport Advisory Committee (TAC) was briefed on December 20 on the proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings (RHCs), and the preliminary findings and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study).

Commencement of Public Consultation

The public consultation commenced on 2 December 2022.
News

Commencement of Registration for Public Forum

Public Forums for “Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030” are now open for online registration from 3 February 2023.

Meeting with the District Council members

The Transport and Logistics Bureau, in collaboration with the Transport Department and the Highways Department, conducted a consultation session on 14 January, when members of the District Council were briefed on the study principles, preliminary findings, and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study) and had their opinions aired over the preliminary proposed proposals.

Meeting with the Heung Yee Kuk New Territories

The Transport and Logistics Bureau, in collaboration with the Transport Department and the Highways Department, conducted a consultation session with the Heung Yee Kuk New Territories (Heung Yee Kuk) on 9 January on the study principles, preliminary findings and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study), on which members also voiced their opinions over the preliminary proposed proposals.

TAC briefed on proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings and preliminary findings and recommendations of Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030

The Transport Advisory Committee (TAC) was briefed on December 20 on the proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings (RHCs), and the preliminary findings and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study).

Commencement of Public Consultation

The public consultation commenced on 2 December 2022.
Activity

Commencement of Registration for Public Forum

Public Forums for “Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030” are now open for online registration from 3 February 2023.
Press Release

TAC briefed on proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings and preliminary findings and recommendations of Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030

The Transport Advisory Committee (TAC) was briefed on December 20 on the proposed toll plans for road harbour crossings (RHCs), and the preliminary findings and recommendations of the Strategic Studies on Railways and Major Roads beyond 2030 (RMR2030+ Study).