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HCMC to propose Govt remove obstacles facing 13 projects

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – The HCMC Department of Transport has sent a list of 13 projects to the HCMC Department of Planning and Investment along with their obstacles to be removed. 

 

The Department of Planning and Investment will explain the obstacles to the municipal government before the city reports them to the prime minister, Thanh Nien Online newspaper reported.

 

Among the 13 projects, the investment format of the Binh Tien Bridge and Road project from Pham Van Chi Street in District 6 to Nguyen Van Linh Street in Binh Chanh District with an investment of nearly VND4 trillion has yet to be decided. It could use the city’s budget or be executed under the build-transfer mode.

 

In addition, the execution of the transshipment inland container depot project in Thu Duc City with an investment of VND6.2 trillion will also be reported to the prime minister.

 

Moreover, the city will propose the government’s support for capital for the HCMC-Moc Bai Expressway and Ring Road No. 3 projects, which require an estimated investment of VND15.9 trillion and VND75.8 trillion, respectively.

 

As for a project to build a road connecting Tran Quoc Hoan and Cong Hoa streets with an estimated investment of nearly VND4.85 trillion, HCMC is awaiting the prime minister’s permission to hand over an 11.8-hectare military land lot for the project.

 

The city will also propose the prime minister remove obstacles facing projects to build a road linking Pham Van Dong Street to the Go Dua Intersection, a parallel road from Mai Chi Tho Street to the Ring Road No. 2, the Thu Thiem 2 bridge, four main roads, the technical infrastructure in the northern residential area and the axis North-South road in the Thu Thiem New Urban Area, and to expand the Hanoi Highway and National Highway 1, as well as the second phase of the Binh Trieu 2 bridge and road project.

 

These 13 projects require a total investment of more than VND175 trillion.

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