In the past time, the city has developed strongly towards the sea, in the south-southwest – southeast direction. Therefore, the inundation has affected the natural drainage direction. For the city to develop sustainably, HoREA endorsed the idea of adjusting urban development planning to the highland of the city, the former Gia Dinh – Cu Chi area.
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Ho Chi Minh City has low altitude, only 0.5m (Nha Be, Can Gio) to about 32m (Long Binh hill, District 9). Low-lying area of the city in the south-southwest – southeast of Can Gio, Can Be, Binh Chanh, District 7, District 8, District 2, part of District 9; The highland is located in the North-Northeast – North West of Cu Chi District, Hoc Mon District, District 12, Go Vap District, Thu Duc District, District 9.
In the past, planners have come up with an idea of the main urban development orientation of Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City on the high terrain, northwest of the city.
According to Le Hoang Chau, Chairman of the HCM City Real Estate Association (HoREA), in the current situation, the direction of urban development planning is also to respond to the situation of climate change full In the near future, the city is one of the most affected provinces, with the majority of the city’s area lying in low areas.
In particular, the terrain of the city is gradually decreasing from north-northwest to south-southeast-southwest; The system of Sai Gon river under semi-diurnal tide regime makes it more difficult to drain water. Under the scenario, if sea level rises only 0.5 m, HCMC will be flooded many areas.
Meanwhile, the city has developed very strongly towards the sea, south-southwest – southeast, which invisibly affects the direction of natural drainage.
On the other hand, the management landmark system is not very strict, leveling is also a constraint, according to HoREA leaders need to be more concerned in the management of the state.
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For the city to develop sustainably, HoREA endorsed the idea of adjusting urban development planning to the highlands of the city, namely the former Gia Dinh – Cu Chi area (part of Binh Thanh, Phu Nhuan, Tan Binh, Go Vap, especially in District 12, Hoc Mon, Cu Chi), the city has planned to develop urban – industrial North – West in the area of Hoc Mon – Cu Chi district with the scale up to 9,000 ha. This unit also welcomes the idea of “Saigon River Boulevard” from Ben Suc, Cu Chi District through Hoc Mon District, District 12, Go Vap District, Binh Thanh District.
“There is concern that this should not be avenue because this is the heart of the road will increase traffic jams, but in fact, the concept of” avenue “is only urban roads. In Ho Chi Minh City, in addition to ring roads 2, 3 and 4, there are also centrally-planned axes and are promoting traffic efficiency such as East-West Boulevard (Vo Van Kiet Boulevard), north-south axis road (Nguyen Huu Tho street), national highway 22 linking Truong Chinh – Cong Hoa – Nguyen Van Troi – Nam Ky Khoi Nghia.
Along the Saigon River, if it is put into the planning and has a roadmap for implementation and appropriate implementation, it will increase the parallel road with National Road 22 (Trans-Asia Road) connecting with Provincial Road 8 and the crossroads. It will contribute to promoting the socio-economic development of the Northwest of the city, spreading to Thuan An, Ben Cat, Binh Duong; Duc Hoa district, Long An province; and Trang Bang district, Tay Ninh province “, Chau analyzed.
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