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HCMC to complete three large traffic projects in late September
By Le Anh
Thursday,  Sep 3, 2020,09:14 (GMT+7)

HCMC to complete three large traffic projects in late September

By Le Anh

An artist’s impression of the An Phu Dong steel bridge, which is one of three key projects to be put into service in late September – PHOTO: THE HCMC MANAGEMENT BOARD OF INVESTMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF TRAFFIC PROJECTS

HCMC – HCMC is set to put into operation three key traffic projects, including the An Phu Dong steel bridge, the Tran Van Giau Street rehabilitation and water environment improvement, in late September, according to the HCMC Management Board of Investment and Construction of Traffic Projects.

Luong Minh Phuc, head of the management board, told Phap Luat Online that in the third quarter of the year, a total of nine projects will be put into service, with six of them having been completed.

The management board will continue to work with other relevant units to speed up the construction of the remaining three projects to ensure they will be put into operation as scheduled, Phuc said.

In terms of the progress of the steel bridge project, which is aimed at connecting District 12 and Go Vap District and replacing the An Phu Dong Ferry, the remaining subprojects include connecting spans 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, building culverts and approach roads and installing light and drainage systems.

Meanwhile, the project to upgrade and rehabilitate Tran Van Giau Street, with the section from Provincial Road 10 to Nguyen Cuu Phu Street, began on April 12 and is set to be completed on September 23. On August 30, the project was 95% complete.

The six completed projects include an embankment along the Saigon River in District 2, the Rach La-Tac Tay Den waterway dredging project, an embankment along the Ong Lon Canal, an upgrade for To Ky Street, the construction of the An Suong Tunnel and the second phase of the Soai Rap waterway dredging project.

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