KCRC - Railway Infrastructure Planning and Implementation...

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Unformatted text preview: Railway Infrastructure Planning and Implementation in Hong Kong By Kenneth K. S. Leung, SBS Director, New Railway Project Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation General Transport Statistic Rail Studies by Government Rail Extension Implementation Strategy From Theory to Practice Planning Process Implementation Process Financing of Projects Legal Process Implementation of SCL – Case Study Some Thoughts on Future Rail Network in the Pearl River Delta Area Railway Infrastructure Planning and Implementation in Hong Kong General Railway Development Strategy 2000 states “Railways are essential to Hong Kong’s continued economic, social and land development, and will be given priority in Government’s plans for infrastructure development” Backbone of Transport System Current Rail Market Share : 32%, 2016 : 43% Full Network : 70% population and 80% job opportunities within 1 km of a railway station General Transport Statistic Rail Studies by Government Rail Extension Implementation Strategy From Theory to Practice Planning Process Implementation Process Financing of Projects Legal Process Implementation of SCL – Case Study Some Thoughts on Future Rail Network in the Pearl River Delta Area Transport Statistic Layout of HK rail network, MTR, KCR, LRT, WR Existing Rail Length Total Rail Length No. of Station Total No. of Station East Rail 33.2 km 13 Light Rail 35.4 km 98.1 km 68 90 West Rail 29.5 km 9 Project being Constructed MOSR 10.1 km 9 13 TSTE 1.1 km 18.6 km 2 LMC Spur Line 7.4 km 2 Project Approved for implementation SCL 15.9 km 20.4 km 10 13 KSL 4.5 km 3 Project under planning NOL 14.8 km 15.6 km 3 3 PRL 8 km Nil Statistics on rail lengths and station number (KCRC) Statistics on rail lengths and station number (MTRC) Existing Rail Length Total Rail Length No. of Station Total No. of Station TWL 15.6 km 116.8 km 16 62 KTL 14.0 km 15 ISL 12.5 km 14 TKE 9.1 km 7 TCL 30.8 km 6 AEL 34.8 km 4 Project being Constructed Penny’s Bay 3.4 km 3.4 km 2 2 Project Approved for implementation NIL Project under planning SIL 13 km 20.5 km 9 18 WIL 3.5 km 5 NIL 4 km 4 Rail & Non Rail patronage Statistics on rail transport patronage - KCRC (intercity, domestic, X-boundary), Light Rail, MTRC, Trams, Peak Tram, etc. (AR=23,000/day) Rail based 1997 (Daily) M 2002 (Daily) M MTR/AR 2.22 2.15 KCR/XB/LRT 1.07 1.13 Tram/Peak tram 0.29 0.25 Total Rail Based 3.58M 3.53M (-1.4%) Comparison with other modes of transport, buses, PLBs etc. Non Rail Based 1997 (Daily) M 2002 (Daily) M Buses (public/private) 4.01 4.56 PLB/GMB 1.59 1.64 Taxi 1.30 1.31 Ferry 0.20 0.15 Total Non Rail Based 7.10M 7.66M (+7.4%) Table comparing Rail and Non-rail based passengers Transport Mode 1997 (Daily) M 2002 (Daily) M Rail Based 3.58 (34%) 3.53 (32%) Non Rail Based 7.10 (66%) 7.66 (68%) Total 10.68 M 11.19 M (+ 4.9%) General Transport Statistic Rail Studies by Government...
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