At the Hanoi 2018 Conference – Investment and Development Cooperation took place on the morning of June 17, the city announced the investment project of the first underground car park with social capital at the Horse Stadium (District Ba Dinh)
Earlier, during the meeting of voters in Hoan Kiem district on 16/6, Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung admitted that the city still has a serious lack of traffic points, especially the parking lot car.
Nguyen Duc Chung informed voters that the city has so far successfully called for the construction of underground parking lots.
According to city leaders, to design an underground parking lot takes 2 years; Large investment projects, such as the underground parking lot at Quan Ngua Sports Palace, amount to VND2,700 billion, a long payback period (30-35 years).
Beside the parking lot in Quan Ngua, Hanoi is cooperating with investors to investigate and investigate other places in the inner city to build parking lots such as the Viet Xo Friendship Palace. The entrance of Thong Nhat Park, in front of the Opera House.
“In addition, a corporation has also studied the construction of underground parking near the park with a capacity of 1400 cars, 2,000 motorcycles,” Nguyen Duc Chung said.
Explaining the situation of traffic congestion in the city, Nguyen Duc Chung said: “Ha Noi congestion caused by the traffic increase too fast.In detail, the number of cars about 620,000 (not including vehicles of the armed forces), motorcycles 5.5 million. Besides, the consciousness when participating in the traffic of some people is not high … “.
In addition to calling for investment in underground parking projects, Hanoi is also offering solutions to reduce urban sprawl.
City leaders said that Hanoi has completed three areas are Hoa Lac, Soc Son and Son Tay; Next time to complete the urban satellite Xuan Mai and Phu Xuyen.
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