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Spending More Than VND 5,500 Billion To Reduce The Traffic Jam For Tan Son Nhat

reduce the traffic jam for Tan Son Nhat

The metro line 4b starts from Tan Son Nhat airport to Truong Son, Tran Quoc Hoan and connects to the metro line 5 at Cha Ca Lang station with a total investment of VND5,523 billion.

The HCM City People’s Committee has sent a proposal to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) to consider and select the HCMC Urban Railway Construction Project, the 4b metro line, and submit it to the Prime Minister for approval.

Project 4b metro line, the first phase starts from Tan Son Nhat airport to Truong Son, Tran Quoc Hoan and connects with the metro line 5, stage 1 at Lang Cha Ca Station.

Investment in the construction of metro line 4b, phase 1 will be the main urban railway and the only connection and transshipment with the metro route 5 stage 1 at Hoang Van Thu airport station with the airport. Tan Son Nhat – Binh Loi Ring Road, Truong Son – Nguyen Van Troi Road.

Metro 4b will help the transfer of passengers to the airport to other areas of Ho Chi Minh City is convenient and reduce the pressure of traffic at the gateway Tan Son Nhat airport.

reduce the traffic jam for Tan Son Nhat
Metro 4b will help Tan Son Nhat Airport reduce traffic

At the same time, building a multi-modal transportation system to achieve stable transportation solutions and sustainable development. The total investment of the project is about VND5,523 billion.

According to Le Minh Minh Quang, Head of the Urban Railway Management Board of HCMC, the project of the branch of Metro 4b Phase 1 connecting Tan Son Nhat airport using the non-refundable technical assistance of Korea.

The pre-feasibility study will be conducted by the SAMBO consortium from February to 2016. The metro 4b, phase one will extend 2km from Tan Son Nhat Airport to Hoang Van Thu Park. connected to metro line 5.

Mr. Quang added that the HCM City People’s Committee also proposed the Prime Minister to build the project of metro route 5, phase 1 from the crossroads of Bay Hien, Tan Binh district to Saigon Bridge in Binh Thanh.

reduce the traffic jam for Tan Son Nhat
June will hand over the site to build the project. Metro 2’s investment capital is $ 2.1 billion over 11km.

It is expected that the project metro line 5 will be submitted to the National Assembly in the first meeting of 2017. The metro line has a total investment of VND41,607 billion.

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Particularly, the metro line 5, phase 2 from Bay Hien crossroad to Can Giuoc new bus station in District 8 is being considered by the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City for submission to the Ministry of Planning and Investment to submit to the Prime Minister for approval.

To soon deploy the second metro line, phase 1 from Ben Thanh station to Tham Luong, the urban railway management said that the People’s Committees of districts 1, 3, 10, 12, Tan Binh and Tan Phu issued notice land recovery.

June will hand over the site to build the project. Metro 2’s investment capital is $ 2.1 billion over 11km. In it, most of it is underground.

reduce the traffic jam for Tan Son Nhat
In addition, Ho Chi Minh City has three terrestrial or monorail trains

Metro line 2, Ben Thanh to Thu Thiem 2 km long and phase 3 from Tham Luong to Cu Chi 28 km long will be invested in the next phase.

Under the plan approved by the Government, HCMC will have eight metro lines. In addition, Ho Chi Minh City has three terrestrial or monorail trains. At present, the metro line 1 is being developed and expected to be completed in 2020.

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