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HN kicks off southern road

Update: October, 18/2016 - 09:00
The city’s leaders took part in the groundbreaking ceremony of Tam Trinh Road yesterday morning. – Photo
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI – Construction has started on the main road in the southern gateway of the city in Hoàng Mai District at a cost of VNĐ2,067 billion (US$92.66 million).

Tam Trinh Road, linking beltway 2 with beltway 3, is expected to create favourable conditions for travel, especially for the district’s residents. It will help miminise transport pressure on the southern routes of the city, promote social-economic development and create a beautiful and modern landscape in the region.

The 3,557m road will be completed within 720 days.

The city budget and the district’s land-use fund have invested in the project.

Expense for land clearance work is VNĐ1,648 billion ($73.9 million) and the contract for construction cost VNĐ243.6 billion.

Participating at the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday morning were Hà Nội Party Committee Secretary, Hoàng Trung Hải, and leaders of the city and district authorities.

At the ceremony, Nguyễn Thế Hưng, deputy chairman of the city People’s Committee, said it was one of the key transport projects to achieve the city’s goal of reducing traffic congestion in the 2016-20 period.

The total area acquired for the project was some 112,000sq.m from three wards.

The district People’s Committee has been putting in the maximum effort and is focused on completing land clearance work to achieve the project deadline.

The district authorities were asked to coordinate with the contractor to ensure quality and criteria on lighting system, trees and landscape are met.—VNS


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