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Proposed Railways In Sydney - NSW Transport Masterplan, 2012
... Party announced funding for the Epping- Parramatta rail line as part of its re-election bid for the 2010 federal election, despite it not appearing in the ... in Barry O'Farrell elected as premier of NSW who has committed to constructing the North West rail line and the light rail extension ... As of 2013, the Epping-Parramatta rail line has been shelved by the NSW Government ...
Siu Hong Station - Key Dates
... Date Event Jul 1999 Award of contract CC-212 for West Rail Line station to HK ACE JV at a contract sum of HK$1386M 26 Feb 2002 West Rail Line. 20 Dec 2003 West Rail Line commenced service ...
Mei Foo Station - History
... The West Rail Line (then known as KCR West Rail) part of the station was opened on 20 December 2003 along with the rail line ... is located in the middle of Lai Chi Kok Park, slightly to the west of the Tsuen Wan Line's part of the station ... The Tsuen Wan Line and West Rail Line stations merged into one stationon 2 December 2007 in the MTR-KCR merger ...
Kowloon–Canton Railway Corporation - History - Ceased To Be A Public Transport Operator
... consider the feasibility of merging the MTRCL and the KCRC into a single rail company ... Following five years of negotiations and the enactment of the Rail Merger Ordinance after its passage through the Legislative Council, the KCRC ceased to be a public transport ... of those assets, KCRC granted MTRCL the right to operate KCRC’s rail and feeder bus network under a service concession agreement for an initial period of 50 years, which may be extended ...

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