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Bridge was acrossed through Diamond Island before trafic

The perspective bridge over Diamond Island

After more than 7 months of construction, on May 30, the bridge over Diamond Island (District 2) will be officially completed, through the car.

It is known that the project to bridge over Diamond Island was started in early September, 2017. Accordingly, the starting point of the bridge next to the riverside residential area in the 30ha residential area of ​​Binh Khanh ward, the last point connecting riverside road in Thanh My Loi.

The bridge over Diamond Island is designed nearly 300m long, 22m wide and 4 lanes. The project also build embankment along Sai Gon River, build roads along Sai Gon riverside connecting existing river and lighting system, trees … The total investment cost is nearly 500 billion from the source. City budget funds incorporate the contribution of businesses benefiting from the project.

Observed, the whole of the sphere from Mai Chi Tho street through Diamond island wide 22m wide for four lanes has been completed pour concrete surface with many spans, the remaining span is under construction reinforcement . At the bridge side of the island, the surface of the bridge was poured concrete is covered with sacks, watering maintenance.

The perspective bridge over Diamond Island
The perspective bridge over Diamond Island

In parallel, the embankment and road linking to the bridge of Diamond Island is under construction, reaching nearly 90% of the volume. At the construction site, the quality control of the material, pavement structure, bridge deck is carried out thoroughly and thoroughly in each item to ensure that the traffic will be of high quality.

As soon as the bridge is cleared, units will continue to implement parallel road construction packages, other packages will be implemented early next year. It is expected that the entire bridge project and the route will be completed by the end of 2019.

According to Le Ngoc Hung, Director of Urban Traffic Management No.2 (Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport), Dong Van Cong Street, My Thuy intersection and Ring Road 2 are always overloaded. When the bridge is completed and put into use will form a new traffic direction for cars through Mai Chi Tho, connecting with Ring Road 2, Phu My Bridge. The project does not have to clear the ground, shorten the progress and is expected to reduce congestion on Dong Van Cong Street and the area around Cat Lai Port.

engineers on the site are checking the quality of maintenance of the deck
In the photos, engineers on the site are checking the quality of maintenance of the deck after pouring concrete.
The quality inspection of materials, pavement structure, bridge deck is carried out throughout.
The quality inspection of materials, pavement structure, bridge deck is carried out throughout.
the entire sphere from Mai Chi Tho street through Diamond Island
Presently, the entire sphere from Mai Chi Tho street through Diamond Island is 22m wide and four lanes have been completed. 

Movement route after the bridge through the Diamond Island is circulated

The bridge over the Diamond Island along the Saigon River will be transported with the plan to organize two-way circulation of vehicles across the bridge. The roadmap for circulation is as follows:

Direction from Sai Gon River tunnel to Cat Lai ferry:

  • D1 road – Kim Cuong island – Bat Nan – Truong Van Bang – Phan Van Dang – Dong Van Cong – Nguyen Thi Dinh – Cat Lai ferry.
  • Sai Gon River – Mai Chi Tho – D1 – Kim Cuong Island – Bat Nan – Dong Van Cong – Nguyen Thi Dinh – Cat Lai.

Direction from Cat Lai ferry to Sai Gon tunnel:

Cat Lai ferry – Nguyen Thi Dinh – Dong Van Cong – Phan Van Dang – Truong Van Bang – Bat Nan – Kim Cuong island – D1 – Mai Chi Tho – Sai Gon river tunnel.

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