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Technical Visit to Tsing Ma Control Area


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The event will include a short video of the construction of Tsing Ma Bridge, visit to the Main Control Room and introduction of Vehicle Fleet servicing the Tsing Ma Control Area.

Date and Time

17 June 2017 - 09:30-12:00


Hong Kong, Hong Kong - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the E & S.E Asia:Hong Kong local network.

About this event

Tsing Ma Control Area (TMCA) is an area covering Lantau Link and related road networks in Hong Kong, including the Tsing Ma Bridge, Kap Shui Mun Bridge, Ma Wan Viaduct (all part of the Lantau Link), Cheung Tsing Highway, Cheung Tsing Tunnel, Cheung Tsing Bridge (previously known as Rambler Channel Bridge) (Cheung Tsing Tunnel and Cheung Tsing Bridge form part of Tsing Kwai Highway), Ting Kau Bridge (belongs at Tsing Long Highway, a part of Route 3), North West Tsing Yi Interchange (also belongs at Route 3), Tsing Yi North Coastal Road, Tsing Kwai Highway and North Lantau Highway, but excluding the area of rails managed by MTR.

The area spans on 17 kilometres of road network on Tsing Yi Island, Ma Wan, Lantau Island and Kwai Chung. Extra traffic regulations are enforced in the area.

The area is currently managed and maintained by TIML MOM Limited. One of its incomes is collecting toll and fee of Lantau Link at Lantau Toll Plaza.

Additional information


Registration information

Assembly details: 09:10 at Tsing Yi Station Exit B

Enquiry: Amy Ng, amy.ng@theiet.org, 98681617


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