The site clearance is expected to finish in the second quarter of 2023 and the entire route will be opened to traffic in 2027 as scheduled. Currently, the Provincial Department of Transport has coordinated with the Department of Transport of Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong and Dong Nai provinces to promptly complete reports from the investor's proposals to submit to the National Assembly.
According to Director of the Transportation Works Construction Investment Project Management Authority of HCMC Luong Minh Phuc, as planned, the Ring Road No.3 project will be submitted to the National Assembly for consideration on May 23.
With 3,500 affected households along with around 1,500 needs in on-site resettlements, site clearance is one of the most key contributions to the project process.
To serve the project, Ho Chi Minh City will relocate 2,500 houses and resettle 741 households. Currently, the city has basically completed the on-site resettlement.
With a key role in the Ring Road No.3 project, Chairman of the National Assembly's Economic Committee Vu Hong Thanh said that in advance of a meeting session of the NA, the National Assembly's Economic Committee will coordinate with the Council for Ethnic Minorities and National Assembly Committees to organize one more survey to the Ring Road No.3 in Ho Chi Minh City to grasp information submitted to the National Assembly.
Through surveying the intersections of the Ring Road No.3 project, the working delegation grasped the necessity of the project implementation serving for the development of the Southern Key Economic Zone as well as a drastic preparation of the four localities.
To complete the project as planned, Ho Chi Minh City has established the working team, including leaders of ministries, sectors and localities to synchronize the construction, installation, implementation process, general plan and so on, added chairman Mai.
In the upcoming time, the city will establish a steering committee and consultancy council comprising experts in the field of transport, former leaders of the Ministry of Transport for consultation and former leaders of localities having experience in site clearance.
After the National Assembly approves the policy, the city desires to continue to receive more support, concern and guidance from National Assembly, Ministries, sectors and so on.