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The HCM City People's Committee has asked the Ministry of Planning and Investment and Ministry of Finance to disburse Japan’s official development assistance (ODA) capital from the central budget this year
The opening of the first metro line in HCM City, which runs between Ben Thanh Market in District 1 and Suoi Tien Theme Park in District 9, will be delayed until 2022, city authorities have said.
All the rubber cushions under the contract package will be reviewed in terms of quality and technical standards to ensure the safety for the project.
An agreement to borrow VND12 trillion (US$518.7 million) from the German development bank KfW for HCMC’s second metro line project will expire on December 30 but the city has yet to sign another contract with the consulting firm of the project,
HCM City’s Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien Metro Line 1 aims to start trial operations in June in order to meet the official start of services in 2021.
The municipal Party Committee of Hanoi has approved a plan to build two new metro lines.
District authorities in HCM City will speed up site clearance compensation and resettlement for households affected by construction of the city's Metro Line No 2 project by June.
HCMC has cut unnecessary costs to lower the investment capital for its first metro line by VND3.4 trillion (US$146.5 million) to VND43.6 trillion.
VietNamNet Bridge – Dozens of houses in HCM City’s districts 2 and Binh Thanh have developed wide cracks on walls and seen their foundations sink allegedly due to the construction of metro line No 1.
VietNamNet Bridge - A Japanese firm is exploring opportunities to develop a commercial centre in the underground portion of HCM City's metro Line No 1 near Ben Thanh Market.
VietNamNet Bridge – In addition to remarkable cost over-runs, construction on Hanoi’s pilot metro line from Nhon to Hanoi train station also risks dropping behind schedule.