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  Tuen Mun Western Bypass
  The Tuen Mun Western Bypass (TMWB) forms part of the strategic road network in the Northwest New Territories (NWNT). It links up Shenzhen Bay Bridge and NWNT including Hung Shui Kiu New Development Area via the Kong Sham Western Highway (KSWH) in the north, and the Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link (TM-CLKL) in the south. Together with the TM-CLKL currently under construction, it will provide a most direct route between the NWNT and the Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macao Bridge, the Hong Kong International Airport and North Lantau.  
  The TMWB is a dual two-lane highway of approximately 9 km long connecting the TM-CLKL and KSWH. The alignment is still under investigation. The currently proposed alignment scheme to be studied includes twin tunnels connecting TM-CLKL at Pillar Point and KSWH near San Sang San Tsuen, with intermediate connections to Tsing Tin Road in Tuen Mun North. The project also includes the construction of a toll plaza and associated administration buildings in Pillar Point.  
  Under review.  
  Under review.  
  Current Situation
  We had consulted Tuen Mun District Council, Yuen Long District Council and Ha Tsuen Rural Committee in July and September 2016 on the latest scheme described above. In general, they expressed no objection to our proposal to undertake further study on the TMWB based on the currently proposed alignment scheme as described in the scope above. We commenced the further investigation and preliminary design study for the current proposed alignment scheme in October 2017 for completion in about two years’ time according to the original study programme. The study will include reviewing the detailed alignment and connection points, the arrangement of ancillary facilities as well as various impact assessments including environmental, traffic, land etc., construction cost, implementation packaging and programme.