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The HCMC Department of Transport has proposed the municipal government develop six key traffic infrastructure projects leading to the seaports in the city with an estimated investment of over VND27 trillion.
The HCMC government has approved a proposal to reclaim land along new road projects in the city for auction and resettlement area development.
Ho Chi Minh City will pour investment in traffic infrastructure project this year, Director of the city Transportation Works Construction Investment Project Management Authority Luong Minh Phuc has said.
Three major transport projects will be put into operation from January 10-12, according to the Ministry of Transport.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council has cancelled 61 projects which have failed to be implemented on schedule, with developers showing their incapability to move things forward.
During the last quarter of 2020, the HCM City Department of Transport sought for the municipal government’s approval of five elevated road projects to be started in 2021.
HCM City’s infrastructure development is focused on transforming the economy and making it services-based.
The machine was manufactured by German firm Herrenkecht based on the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) method.
A road project which is still underway in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue has been seriously damaged after Storm Vamco, which has raised public concerns over the work’s quality.
The Ministry of Transport has proposed the Government increase the fund for road maintenance in the 2021-2025 period by 10% per year.
The Mai Dich - South Thang Long Section of Hanoi’s Ring Road No 3, using ODA loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), was officially opened to traffic on October 11 after two years and four months of construction.
Those who have travelled far and long and then returned to Hanoi have been amazed by the rapid changes in the capital’s appearance over recent years.
Key traffic works are a lever to help Quang Ninh's economy have a leapfrog development in the past 5 years.
HCM City plans to complete a number of major transport projects by 2025 that are expected to reduce traffic congestion at city gateways and improve connections to neighbouring provinces.
The Dong Tam Group held an inauguration ceremony for the first phase of the Long An International Port in Tan Lap commune, Can Giuoc district, the southern province of Long An on September 26.
The HCMC leadership has been determined to develop the eastern innovative city, temporarily named Thu Duc, hoping it will be a city of knowledge and an innovative and creative center.
Vietnam’s logistics service industry is preparing infrastructure and techniques to grasp opportunities from the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) to attract foreign investors with a wave of factories.
Lang Son People’s Committee has submitted the construction plan of Huu Nghi-Chi Lang Expressway to the Ministry of Planning and Investment