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Old December 21st, 2005, 09:43 AM   #1181
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Old December 21st, 2005, 04:15 PM   #1182
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HK's MTRC invites developers to submit bids for Tseung Kwan O housing project
20 December 2005
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HONG KONG (XFN-ASIA) - MTR Corp said it has asked the 14 property developers who have expressed interest in Dream City phase two project in Tseung Kwan O to submit formal bids for the project.

An MTRC spokesman said the tender will close on January 9.

MTR Corp and the government have agreed on the price of the land premium, the spokesman said, but he refused to disclose the price.

Earlier this month MTR Corp said it has received expressions of interest from 14 property developers, among which were Cheung Kong(Holdings), Sun Hung Kai Properties, Henderson Land, Sino Land, Wharf Holdings, and New World Development.

The construction of Dream City phase two, which will have 4,272 apartments in 10 towers, with a gross floor area of 3.33 mln square feet, is expected to be completed in 2009.

The winning bidder will be lent half the land premium cost, which the developer will be required to repay without interest.
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Old December 22nd, 2005, 07:57 AM   #1183
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MTR Corp venture in running for UK rail bid

A joint venture in which MTR Corp owns a 50 percent stake was named a finalist in the bidding for a license to run trains in the southwest of England starting in 2007, according to the UK's Transport Department.

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Hong Kong Standard
Wednesday, December 21, 2005

A joint venture in which MTR Corp owns a 50 percent stake was named a finalist in the bidding for a license to run trains in the southwest of England starting in 2007, according to the UK's Transport Department.

Great South Western Railway Company, a joint venture between Hong Kong's subway operator and GNER Holdings, is matched against four other competitors: Arriva Trains South West, First South Western, Trafalgar Trains and Stagecoach Group's South Western Trains.

The bidders must now submit detailed proposals to the government. An invitation to tender will be sent to them at the end of March, 2006.

The license to run South West Trains and Island Line, which is currently held by Stagecoach, expires on February 4, 2007. A new 10-year franchise will be awarded next fall, and take effect on February 4, 2007. The last three years of the contract will be contingent on whether preset performance criteria are met.

MTRC made its first foray outside Hong Kong in 2004 with a roughly six billion yuan (HK$5.76 billion) investment in the Shenzhen Metro project.

The railway operator has been on the lookout for projects in European countries including Sweden, Germany and Italy in a bid to diversify its business away from Hong Kong where railway expansion options are limited.

Shares of MTRC climbed 10 HK cents to HK$15.55 Tuesday. They have gained 25 percent since the beginning of this year.
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Old December 22nd, 2005, 08:10 AM   #1184
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With all that new projects going one, till now The MTR hasn't extend it's Island Line to the western districts of HK Island like Sai Ying Pun or Kennedy Town.
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Old December 22nd, 2005, 09:56 AM   #1185
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With all that new projects going one, till now The MTR hasn't extend it's Island Line to the western districts of HK Island like Sai Ying Pun or Kennedy Town.
MTR Corporation has already planned the extension since 2000 (see West Island Line Project) but left aside until recently it has gotten the green light to build the West Island Line by 2010.
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Still have 5 years to go before that happens!
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Old December 22nd, 2005, 06:38 PM   #1187
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MTR Expected to Participate in Wuhan Subway Operation
21 December 2005

WUHAN, December 21, SinoCast -- Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, Central China, wants to invite Hong Kong's subway operator Mass Transit Railway Corp. (MTR)to participate in investment, construction and operation of Wuhan Subway as the first phase project of the No.1 Line of Wuhan Railway Traffic has to suffer a huge loss of CNY 350,000.

Wuhan completed construction of Phase I project of the No.1 Line of the light rail with a total length of 10 kilometers in July 2004 and planned to reach daily passenger throughput of 210,000 people time.

However, daily passenger throughput reaches just more than 10,000 people time every day. Total costs on operation of Phase I project of the No.1 Line of the light rail are approximately CNY 550,000. Phase II project of the No.1 Line of the light rail started construction on December 15, 2005.

MTR, the world's only profitable subway operator, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Wuhan Municipal Government this May and has spent CNY 15 million on early-stage market research.

The Wuhan subway project, with a total investment of more than CNY 26 billion, has been agreed by the State Development and Reform Commission, China's macro-economy regulator, and is now waiting for the approval from the State Council, the country's cabinet.

Yin Zengtao, vice secretary of Wuhan Municipal Committee, told journalists that No.2 Line of the Wuhan Subway through the Yangtze River would start construction firstly.

Wuhan obtained fiscal revenues of over CNY 30 billion in 2004 and its fiscal revenues cannot support subway construction. Demands for investments in urban infrastructure construction sharply rise in recent years. Investments in urban infrastructure construction reached CNY 3.8 billion in 2003 and CNY 10 billion in 2004 and are expected to arrive at CNY 1.3 billion.

The city started construction of more than 400 projects in 2004 and investments in the Tianxingzhou Bridge and cross-river tunnels hit over CNY 1 billion.

China's subway construction is now in full swing. The Chinese government plans to build 5000-kilometer subway lines with total investments of more than CNY 800 billion in 25 cities.

Currently, ten cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen own already-built subways throughout the country. China Development Bank has extended loans to domestic cities to support their subway construction. The bank has promised to provide loans of more than CNY 60 billion and had extended loans of over CNY 40 billion by the end of this November.

Urban railway traffic such as light rail vehicles is commonweal facilities not intended to earn money and needs huge investments. Industry analysts suggested that domestic subway construction should learn from Hong Kong subway construction and operation.

MTR reached an agreement on January 15, 2004 to build and operate Shenzhen Phase II of the No.4 Line for 30 years. The 20.5-kilometer No.4 Line will run from Huanggang, on the boundary between Hong Kong and Shenzhen, to the center of Longhua New Town.

The test segment of the second phase project of Shenzhen Subway No.4 Line started construction on November 4, 2005. The No.4 Line is a north-to-south line with 15 stations will be a main route between Hong Kong and Shenzhen in the future. MTR makes a total investment of CNY 6 billion in the Phase II project.

(USD 1 = CNY 8.0730)
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Old December 22nd, 2005, 06:38 PM   #1188
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Wait, arent the stations like already built or something since 1970s.
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Old December 23rd, 2005, 12:59 AM   #1189
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Publisher scraps MTR deal
19 December 2005
South China Morning Post

The MTR Corp is selecting a new publisher for its free Chinese entertainment magazine distributed to commuters every Thursday.

Hui Kai Guide, published by In express Media, has terminated the agreement giving it exclusive rights to be distributed throughout the MTR network since November 2001. The MTR has now invited publishers to bid for a new contract starting next month.

Market sources said the magazine struggled to survive on advertising revenue alone in a competitive market with high production costs.

An MTR spokeswoman confirmed the magazine had asked to terminate its contract last month.

She said Hui Kai Guide had originally signed a three-year agreement with the option of a further three years.

It is understood at least three publishing groups have expressed an interest in the contract, with Metro, the publisher of the free newspaper distributed on the MTR network, favourite to succeed.

A Metro spokesperson declined to comment. In express Media managing director Leung Chung-pun also refused to comment, although sources close to the magazine said the contract had expired and was not terminated.
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Old December 23rd, 2005, 10:47 PM   #1190
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16 December 2005
Corporate Press Release
Ma On Shan Rail One-Month Pass on sale from 25 December

The Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC) announced that the newly introduced Ma On Shan Rail One-Month Pass will be available for sale starting 25 December at the ticket offices of all Ma On Shan Rail stations and East Rail stations (except Lo Wu and Racecourse).

Ma On Shan Rail One-Month Pass will be launched on 1 January 2006 for a period of six months. Priced at only $200, the Pass is valid in the purchase month for unlimited journeys on Ma On Shan Rail between Wu Kai Sha Station and Che Kung Temple Station, and transfers from Ma On Shan Rail to East Rail on the standard class service between East Tsim Sha Tsui Station and Sheung Shui Station (excluding Lo Wu and Racecourse stations). Pass holders can also travel for free on East Rail feeder buses.

Passengers using the Pass are reminded to observe the following:

Normal fare for the second journey will be deducted when re-entering the same station within 20 minutes with the same pass;

Fare difference will be deducted for travelling with the first class service of East Rail.

Current holders of the East Rail One-Month Pass (ER Pass) can shift to the MOSR Pass. Passengers who now enjoy the $300 privileged price of the ER Pass can shift to the MOSR Pass, and can revert to the $300 ER Pass in later months if they continue to buy the MOSR Pass consecutively every month by using the same Octopus card. Otherwise, they will have to pay the normal price of ER Pass at $380.
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Old December 24th, 2005, 08:52 AM   #1191
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引入先進機器 杜絕列車故障
九鐵嚴查車軸裂痕

24/12/2005



九港鐵路公司為了維持轄下東鐵、馬鐵及西鐵的服務質素及安全性,先後兩次共斥資一千零四十萬元,為何東樓維修中心購入兩部先進的維修檢查機器,當中包括可測試出車軸低至一毫米的微細裂痕以及車廂左右高低行車時的避震及懸掛系統安全。據資料顯示,截至今年十一月,單是東鐵的出車率及行車準時率,分別達百分之九十九以上。

九鐵每隔三年便會為轄下行走了約三星期(即一萬三千五百公里)的翻新列車進行一次,全部檢查時間歷時約一年半、共分為二十四個工序的預防測試項目,期間會進行一系列檢查及測試,並修正小毛病及更換損耗組件。

為防因車軸出現裂痕引起的列車出軌意外,九鐵於本年四月購入造價達七百萬元的「超聲波車軸檢查系統」。九鐵電動列車車廠經理戚啟枰指出,車軸上一旦出現微細至一毫米的裂痕,都必須即時更換,因列車行駛會令裂痕不斷擴展,最後可能導致列車出軌。他表示,九鐵首次引入的「超聲波車軸檢查系統」,可探測車軸內微細至一毫米深的裂痕,該系統會自動利用超聲波沿車軸進行三百六十度掃描,然後自行分析數據,從而探測出車軸內有否出現裂痕。

掃描過程僅五分鐘
戚啟枰表示,九鐵會為即將使用的全新車軸進行超聲波測試,而使用中的車軸亦會於每三年一次的預防測試項目中,或遇有特別事故需要更換時進行相同檢查。他說,九鐵過去使用的超聲波車軸檢查系統,須以手動控制檢查角度,每個車軸掃描一次需一個半小時,但新系統的檢測連搬運時間,每次只需二十五分鐘,掃描過程僅為五分鐘,較舊系統更為快捷準確。

九鐵亦重列車行駛時的穩定性及安全性,因此於去年末耗資三百四十萬元引入「靜態車輪磅車系統」。該系統可模擬列車行經彎路時,車廂時高時低、行經不同彎位弧度的動態和重心的轉變,從而檢查車上懸掛系統,尤其是避震膠的運作情況,每卡列車的檢查時間約為一小時。

延長避震膠使用期
戚啟枰強調,在九鐵沿線中,紅磡、旺角及大學路段的路軌彎位弧度最高,但系統卻可以模擬列車行弧度更高的彎路。他表示,車廂的避震膠一般每使用八年更換一次,而引入該系統後,可望延長避震膠的使用時間。
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Old December 24th, 2005, 08:54 AM   #1192
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將軍澳56區批建住宅酒店商廈
12月 24日 星期六 05:05 更新

【明報專訊】地鐵(0066)將軍澳56區純商業發展項目,終獲城規會通過,可轉作住宅、酒店及寫字樓發展,計劃興建4幢住宅大廈,連同兩幢酒店及寫字樓,附設商場,將提供1150個單位,以及1290個酒店房間。

將軍澳56區位於將軍澳地鐵站上蓋及毗鄰地皮,劃為「商業發展連公共交通交匯處」,原只可作純商業發展。

然而,地鐵認為區內對寫字樓需求不大,在2003年申請轉作住宅及商業發展,兩度遭城規會否決後,昨天終獲得通過。

該地皮佔地約43萬方呎,計劃在3層高商場平台上興建4幢42至45層高住宅大廈、1幢36層高酒店及1幢36層高酒店連寫字樓,住宅樓面約86萬方呎,酒店樓面約62.6萬方呎,商舖樓面約21.5萬方呎,寫字樓樓面約5.4萬方呎。地鐵同時承諾會在地盤範圍內興建公園。

九倉油塘申建40層高住宅

另外,九倉(0004)持有的油塘東源街5號住宅發展項目,申請作輕微修改,將興建兩幢40層高商住大廈,單位數目約256個,總樓面近25.6萬方呎。
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Old December 28th, 2005, 07:03 AM   #1193
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Hey guys, this was the original plan back in 1967....looks interesting.

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Old December 28th, 2005, 07:23 AM   #1194
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Hey guys, this was the original plan back in 1967....looks interesting.

Dope! Except the East Kowloon line never went to effect and some of the stations were changed! Also, the western stations of HK Island are still being planned!

Interesting is the Kong Kow Line which later on is part of the Tsuen Wan Line!
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Old December 28th, 2005, 08:07 PM   #1195
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Also what's interesting is that isnt the East Kowloon line something that the KCR is looking at right now?? It was also a good idea to merge the Kong Kow line into one....why have 2 lines when you can have 1 fast trip....
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Old December 28th, 2005, 09:05 PM   #1196
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HK system looks good!
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Old December 29th, 2005, 03:26 AM   #1197
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I wish they kept the name "Lap Sap Wan." That would've been awesome ("Rubbish Bay").
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緊急掣故障 欣澳月台無職員
地鐵懶理暈倒孕婦

27/12/2005


【本報訊】懷孕婦人昨晨在地鐵欣澳站不適暈倒,丈夫按緊急掣求援,緊急掣卻發生故障,月台上又無職員,幸其他乘客協助通知職員,但職員又「袖手旁觀」,遲遲未有召救護車,幸孕婦其後毋須送院。夫婦質疑

地鐵設施及職員態度有問題,決定向地鐵追究。

投訴地鐵的男子姓林(二十八歲),從事貿易生意,與妻(二十四歲)居於元朗,妻子懷有四個月身孕,為第一胎。昨晨十時許,兩人趁假期到迪士尼樂園遊玩。兩人抵達欣澳站時,林妻感到頭暈不適,下車後更暈

倒失去知覺。林大驚失色,立即按動月台上的「召喚專線」,並透過對講機呼救,豈料全無回應,他連試多次,弄致右手傷亦無結果。當時月台上乘客已全離開,又無職員在場,他急如熱鍋上的螞蟻。

夫決發律師信追究
幸好一對情侶到達月台,聞訊後跑往上層代為求助,但十五分鐘後一名男職員才趕至,但只是站在旁邊觀察。林催促他召救護車,職員卻表示:「我想了解清楚,唔可以即時叫白車。」未幾林妻回復清醒,到辦公

室休息。一名系統控制主任解釋「召喚專線」發生故障,並稱會調查。林見妻子無大礙,致電徵詢家庭醫生意見後,最終未有召救護車就離去。他質疑地鐵沒有在故障的設備貼上告示,亦無職員在月台上當值。他

表示,幸妻子無恙,但職員沒有即時提供協助,決發出律師信作追究。

地鐵發言人表示,當時有月台助理巡查見發生事故即通知站長,站長及一名女職員在兩分鐘內趕至,立即帶該對夫婦入室內休息,亦有代召喚救護車,不過孕婦不欲入院。
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Also what's interesting is that isnt the East Kowloon line something that the KCR is looking at right now?? It was also a good idea to merge the Kong Kow line into one....why have 2 lines when you can have 1 fast trip....
What I'm looking forward to is seeing this in effect sometime in the near future

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I dont know if all of those are accurate though. Lol....wheres the Asia-Expo station? Also, is MTR still proposing for that extension to the Kwun Tong line where it extends from Yau Ma Tai --> Ho Man Tin --> Whampoa??
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