(PLO)- The initial goal was that before June 30, Ho Chi Minh City must have at least 70% of the space and so far the city has exceeded this number.
Standing Committee of the Steering Committee for component 2, belt 3 project said that by 5:00 p.m., on June 30, the belt 3 project in Ho Chi Minh City had 89.95% of the ground, reaching 369/day. 410 hectares.
Thus, compared with the initial goal set by June 30, the city must have at least 70% of the premises, the city has exceeded expectations, this is a great effort of the whole team.
Taking the lead in compensation and site clearance is Hoc Mon district with the payment of 100% of the site. This is also the place to finish the fastest.
Ho Chi Minh City has nearly 90% of the premises for the 3rd belt project. Photo: Provided by the Department of Transportation
People’s Committee of Binh Chanh district also has 94% of the site for the project, currently has 137/145 hectares of space. The district is trying to speed up the progress further.
Also reaching over 90% of the site is the People’s Committee of Cu Chi district with the handover of nearly 91%, equivalent to 59/65 hectares of land.
Finally, Thu Duc City People’s Committee has paid compensation for site clearance of nearly 74%, equivalent to 73/99 ha. Currently, Thu Duc City is making efforts to promote compensation payment and site clearance in the area.
The City Traffic Construction Investment Project Management Board said that right after the construction began, the city simultaneously implemented construction of bidding packages in 4 districts and Thu Duc city. It is expected that until December 31, the belt project 3 in Ho Chi Minh City needs 100% of the space to serve the project.
According to the plan, the belt 3 project will be basically completed by the end of 2025, and the whole route will be open to traffic in 2026.
Perspective of 6 super-beautiful intersections of belt 3 project in Ho Chi Minh City
(PLO)- 6 intersections including: Intersection with Ben Luc – Long Thanh road; intersection with HCMC – Long Thanh – Dau Giay expressway; Tan Van intersection; Binh Chuan intersection; Provincial Road 10 intersection; intersection with HCMC – Trung Luong expressway.