Western Harbour Crossing

Western Harbour Crossing

Western Harbour Crossing

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The Western Harbour Crossing (abbreviation WHC, 西隧) is a dual 3-lane immersed tube tunnel in Hong Kong. It is the third tunnel to cross Victoria Harbour, linking the newly reclaimed land in West Kowloon with Sai Ying Pun on Hong Kong Island. It was constructed by the Western Harbour Tunnel Company Limited (WHTCL) on a 30 year franchise (1993–2023) build-operate-transfer (BOT) model proposed by the Government.

WHTCL's single largest shareholder is The Crossing-Harbour (Holdings) Limited 港通控股有限公司 SEHK: 0032, holding a 50% stake in WHTCL. Its other shareholders are CITIC Pacific Limited 中信泰富有限公司 SEHK: 0267 and Kerry Properties Limited 嘉里建設有限公司 SEHK: 0683 which hold 35% and 15% effective interests in WHTCL respectively through a joint venture company.

The Western Harbour Crossing is part of the Airport Core Programme which was a comprehensive set of infrastructure projects associated with the airport at Chek Lap Kok. The tunnel carries on the Route 3 designation from the West Kowloon Highway, and connects to Route 4 on Hong Kong Island.

Problems with the Tunnel

The Western Harbour Crossing is known in Hong Kong for the high tolls charged to users. With tolls ranging from HKD 23-$115, it is much more expensive than the nearby government owned Cross Harbour Tunnel, which tolls range from HKD 8-$30. Therefore, much of the traffic that would normally go though the Western Harbour Crossing has now switched to the Cross Harbour...
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