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Make a note of this if you’re heading to Hong Kong on Monday

You may want to make alternative travel arrangements if you were planning to go to Hong Kong via the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 6:49 am

The Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal will be temporarily closed on Monday.

The Marine and Water Bureau says construction work on the fourth bridge, taking place in the vicinity, means that ferry services from the terminal will be suspended for the day.

TDM reports that the frequency of services from the Taipa Maritime Passenger Terminal will be increased to make up for the cancelled sailings.

[See more: There are now four times as many ferry sailings to Hong Kong than there were in January]

When complete, the 3.1-kilometre bridge will connect Taipa to Macao’s New Urban Zone A

The 1.4 square kilometre zone will primarily feature public housing projects, with some 28,000 housing units envisaged.

Reportedly costing some 5.2 billion patacas, the fourth bridge is due to be unveiled in the first quarter of next year.

As well as eight lanes of traffic, the structure will carry water and gas pipes, high-voltage cables, communications cables and other infrastructure.

 

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 6:49 am

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