There are a number of benefits in constructing transport tunnels in highly populated areas for relieving traffic congestion and increasing the speed of travel for commuters, Instead of constructing a single tunnel, multiple tunnels constructed side by side offer more benefits. However, to avoid any adverse effects of tunnels on one another, more attention should be given to estimation of, horizontal movement, which will ease not only support design, but also help to determine critical regions ard find a tunnel. Thus, a number of Finite Element Methods (FEM) as well as empirical analyses were conducted in this research to estimate horizontal movement profiles for a tunnel. The results of both analyses were compared with field measurements as well as each other. The comparison showed that the empirical models could be used to estimate the far-field settlement profiles, but that they could not be used for the near-field ground response to tunnelling. However, finite element analyses were in very good agreement with not only far-field but also near-field ground response tunnelling.