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Hong Kong's Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation

Hong Kong's Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation has awarded five contracts worth

a total of HK$1bn (£76.9M) for the design of the West Rail project. The contracts are for

the £20.21M Yuen Long section (Ove Arup), the £13.23M Tuen Mun section (Maunsell Consultants Asia), the £16.8M Tsuen Wan section (Atkins China), the £17.8M Sham Shui Po section (Hyder Consulting) and the £9.8M West Rail Depot and Station (Parsons Brinckerhoff).

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