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Of the projects at the gateway to Tan Son Nhat Airport, notably the two flyover projects at the intersection of Truong Son – Hong Ha (Tan Binh District) and the Nguyen Thai Son – Nguyen intersection Kiem (Go Vap District).
When there are overpasses, the lines will be divided to avoid crossing intersections at the crossroads as before. The Truong Son – Hong Ha bridge crossing is constructed in the shape of a Y-shaped steel bridge in the direction of one Truong Son road linking to the national terminal, a branch linking to the international terminal.
In addition, Stage 2 will build the underground tunnel through Truong Son road from the gateway to the domestic terminal to Hong Ha. When the bridge and tunnel are completed, the car going to the airport will go up the overpass, no conflict at the intersection Truong Son – Hong Ha will reduce the congestion. At stage 2, when there is a tunnel through the Truong Son Road, the car from the airport does not touch the car to the top will reduce the congestion at this intersection.
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At Nguyen Thai Son – Nguyen Kiem intersection, Go Vap District also built Y-steel overpass under Nguyen Thai Son – Hoang Minh Giam and Hoang Minh Giam – Nguyen Kiem. When completed, a number of vehicles will be allocated to the overpass to overcome the rotation so they will no longer meet at a point like today. Therefore, it will help reduce congestion at this intersection.
According to plans of the Department of Transport of Ho Chi Minh City, these two projects will be started in 2017 and expected completion after 6-8 months of construction.
Another hot spot in the Cat Lai port area, the overpass, and underpass project at My Thuy roundabout is expected to reduce the congestion of access routes to Cat Lai.
This project is now entering the construction phase of overpass and tunnel, which is expected to be completed by 2018. After completion, it will be separated from Ha Noi motorway to Cat Lai port by car. From Phu My bridge and Cat Lai port to ring road 2. At that time, the line no longer waiting in line to travel through the current rotation of America.
At the gateway to the North West – where traffic jams often occur, the city will also build a tunnel at the An Suong intersection. At present, An Suong intersection is the intersection between two important crossroads: Trans-Asia Highway (Highway 22) with Truong Chinh Street and Ring Road 2 (National Highway 1A).
This intersection has an overpass in the direction of National Highway 1A. However, during the peak hours, the An Suong intersection is often congested due to the fact that many vehicles from the inner city are flooded to districts of Hoc Mon, Cu Chi, Binh Chanh, District 12. Therefore, the construction of a tunnel under Truong Chinh Street – Highway 22 will separate the flow of traffic going underground will help reduce the congestion at the top. This project has been built by the Department of Transport of Ho Chi Minh City with the investment capital of nearly VND 550 billion. This project is completing procedures to start construction in 2017.
Two other projects located in the center are Nguyen Van Cu and three Nguyen Tri Phuong will also be built in 2017. These two projects will help to clear traffic jams at the intersection of Tran Hung Dao, District 1 with the ends of Nguyen Van Cu and Nguyen Tri Phuong to the south of the city.
In addition to the above-mentioned projects invested from the city’s budget, some other projects are made in the form of BOT (construction – business – transfer) as the junction of the fallen Martyrs Hall, Binh Thanh District (Clearing the jams in the East Station area); Nguyen Van Linh – Nguyen Huu Tho intersection, District 7; Thu Duc intersection … after completing, it will also significantly reduce the congestion situation at the gate leading into the city.
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