|Coaches go in and out the Lương Yên Terminal in Hà Nội. The city will build six new interprovincial coach terminals based on the transport scheme of the city. – Photo hanoimoi.com.vn|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI – Hà Nội will build several new interprovincial coach terminals based on the transport scheme of the city by 2030, with a vision for 2050.
Specifically, the city will build the Yên Nghĩa Terminal in Hà Đông District across 7ha of land, the North-eastern Terminal in Gia Lâm District on 10ha, the Southern Terminal in Thanh Trì District on 11ha and the Đông Anh Terminal in Đông Anh District on 5.3ha, as well as the Western Terminal in Quốc Oai District on 7ha and the Northern Terminal in Sóc Sơn District on 7ha.
Besides, several other new terminals will be built in the city’s satellite urban areas, including the Phú Xuyên Terminal in Phú Xuyên District on 5ha, the Xuân Mai Terminal in Xuân Mai District on 5ha, the Nam Hòa Lạc and Bắc Hòa Lạc terminals in Hòa Lạc District on 5ha each, the Sơn Tây 2 Terminal in Sơn Tây District on 5ha, the Nam Sóc Sơn and Bắc Sóc Sơn terminals in Sóc Sơn District on 5ha each.
The city will also upgrade several terminals, including Mỹ Đình, Nước Ngầm, Giáp Bát, Gia Lâm and Thường Tín.
The lorry terminals will gradually be moved beyond Ring Road No. 3 in the city, which runs through Sóc Sơn, Bắc Từ Liêm, Nam Từ Liêm, Cầu Giấy, Thanh Xuân, Hoàng Mai, Long Biên, Gia Lâm and Đông Anh districts. The old terminals will then be used for public transport services.
As planned, Hà Nội’s five satellite cities will accommodate one lorry terminal each. — VNS