|Template:Infobox road/HKG route shield|
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|Central Kowloon Route, Tseung Kwan O – Lam Tin Tunnel|
Route 6 coloured red (dotted line)
|History:||Construction starting in 2016 (estimated)|
|West end:||Template:Jct near Yau Ma Tei|
|Template:Jct near Kai Tak|
Template:Jct near Kowloon Bay
Template:Jct near Cha Kwo Ling
|East end:||Tseung Kwan O|
Route 6 (Chinese: 香港六號幹綫) is a road route number reserved for future use by the Hong Kong Government. It is proposed to run through central Kowloon in Hong Kong and is marked as a high-priority trunk route in the Third Comprehensive Transport Study.
The current proposed route starts off Route 3 near Yau Ma Tei, passes through the new Central Kowloon Route and an unnamed submarine tunnel which together leads to the underground of former Kai Tak Airport, junctioning Route 5 on the way. Then the route junctions Kwun Tong Bypass of Route 2 in Kowloon Bay, and runs through an underground tunnel to Lam Tin, where it junctions with Route 2 again at the entrance to Eastern Harbour Crossing and runs into another proposed route, Tseung Kwan O - Lam Tin Tunnel to southern Tseung Kwan O.
The route, when completed, is expected to relieve the congestion problem in Kowloon, and will also serve as an alternative route for the existing Tseung Kwan O Tunnel.
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