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CHINA: A topping out ceremony for Kai Tak station on the Shatin – Central Link in Hong Kong was held on July 16. This is the second station on the future metro line where civil works have been completed.
Construction started in 2013. Three entrances lead to a concourse on the upper level and there is an island platform below.
‘This is not only a big step forward in Hong Kong’s railway development but also a foundation to support the long-term development and growth of the city’, said MTR Corp CEO Lincoln Leong.
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